Circuit For Life
This workshop offers fantastic opportunities to develop coordination, strength, fitness, teamwork and personal confidence. The workshop is based around a children’s physical training circuit, which includes a series of static exercise stations done in a circular like fashion encouraging children to attempt every exercise.

With its wide range of challenges, ‘Circuit for Life’ provides lots of variations and encourages pupils to assess themselves and learn from others. ‘Circuit for Life’ is a very popular programme amongst pupils and again, produces a whole school impact that is both rewarding and manageable.
Further Information
The Circuit For Life equipment is hand made to fit in large kit bags to keep contained in your PE store.

Circuit workshops can be set to suit a schools hall size and class numbers
TIMETABLE GUIDE
Circuit for Life is a one day course for staff and young leaders
9am Introduction to staff and young leaders
9.15 to 10.15 Class 1
10.30 to 11.30 Class 2
11.30 to 11.45 Training round-up
1pm Introduction to staff and young leaders
1.15 to 2.30 Class 3
2.30 to 3.15 Training round-up
"Both staff and children were very impressed with the Freddy Fit sessions- so much so we have invited Freddy fit back for our family group day.

Our year six leaders are running sessions with their younger peers, and our teachers are keen to put the programme into practice across the school."

Judith Henderson, Deputy Headteacher,
"Freddy Fit has visited our school twice in the past few months and on both occasions the children and staff have found the visits highly motivational and fun. I would recommend Freddy Fit to other educational establishments as a positive way of engaging all children in physical activity."

Mrs W Mulligan, Headteacher,
"Freddy Fit delivered Circuit Training to our school the feedback from children and staff was very positive.

The circuit is an ideal way of adding skills, fitness and stamina to the PE curriculum.

We now have the equipment to facilitate the course ourselves and most importantly trained staff to deliver it effectively."

Adam Laskey, Headteacher,