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
"We where extremely impressed with the quality of the content of the workshops in all year groups. Pupils and staff were fully engaged in meaningfull, informative and motivating health and exercise tasks

I endorse the service he provides unreservedly."

Mrs Eileen Bissell, Headteacher
"Our whole day went smoothly Phil from Freddy fit made the sessions fun and accessible for all. The workshop exceeded my expectations and I will book more sessions in the future. The children are now more motivated to take part in their own 'Morning Move It' sessions"

Miss C J Eaton, Headteacher,
"I would like to congratulate you and thank you for the excellent workshops you organized and ran at our school. Theses where a great success and were thoroughly enjoyed by both teachers and pupils.

The presenter was inspirational and highly skilled in enthusing the children and teachers.I would unreservedly recommend Freddy Fit to other schools."

Mr Trevor Hancock, Headteacher,