Olympic Workshop
Freddy Fit are very much aware of the true values the massive impact and lasting legacy the Olympics will bring to children across the nation.

Backdrop visuals of Olympians in action.

The Olympic values Friendship, Respect, Excellence, Determination, Inspiration, Courage and Equality.

Ten fun fit events to suit all ages skipping, jumping, hooling, shuttles, step ups, ex to music, large skip

Key Olympic messages will be delivered throughout Nutrition, Preparation, Winning and Losing

Fun strength tests to include high jump, arm strength, grip strength in relation to events.

Olympic fun quiz, records looking at the long and high jump swimming and sprints.

History looking at the rings, torch, medals and Paralympics
Further Information
Freddy Fit will continue to run Olympic based workshops in the years to follow London 2012 following our Olympic and Paralympic superstars onto the commonwealth and world championships.
TIMETABLE GUIDE
Session times are approximate to suit individual schools, Key 2 normally take the longer am sessions.
9am to 10.15am session 1
10.30am to 11.45am session 2
Lunch
1pm to 2pm session 3
2pm to 3pm session 4
"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,