Lunchtime Leaders
Lunch Time Leaders objective is to ensure that pupils can be more physically active at lunchtime and to improve fitness, behavior and concentration.

It also helps to develop year 5/6 pupils leadership skills by teaching them to run the lunchtime Fun Fit club.

Using the Freddy Fit kit bag we have developed structured playground fun fit activities and trained year 5/6 pupils to lead groups.

Once the training is complete we encourage the leaders to use their own initiative in selecting and organizing activities.

Under the guidance of midday supervisors, we made sure that leaders work effectively, Understanding the importance of respect for others, commitment and reliability.
Further Information
The lunchtime kit bag can give both fun platy and competitive activities with score cards for leaders to present move improved and top performances across a term.
TIMETABLE GUIDE
Lunchtime supervisors are invited to attend the am session with selected leaders.
9.15am to 10.15am Introduction session
10.30am to 11.30am Class 1 demonstration session
11.30am to 11.45am Session round up
Lunch
1.15pm to 2pm Class 2
2.15pm to 3pm Class 3
"Templemoor has used Freddy Fit Circuit for Life for the past 6 years to cover teachers PPA time. Children and staff thoroughly enjoy these sessions and, as a result, our children are healthier, fitter and more motivated and knowledgeable regarding their lifestyle choices. A winner all round!"

Sue Buckley
"We have invited Phil from Freddy Fit into our school several times over the last few years. We never tire of his exciting, innovative sessions both on the yard with children and parents and sessions with classes. There is a real buzz around school when Freddy Fit is on the timetable. We would highly recommend his sessions for a fun way to keep fit and promote a healthy lifestyle."

Mrs Hewitt-Lee, Miss T Millington
"Because Freddy Fit is presented in such a fun way it motivates sedentary pupils to engage in physical exercise, which in turn impacts on learning and concentration levels.

Staff training has helped enormously in curriculum and PPA."

C M Jennings, Headteacher,