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
"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,