Primary School PE and School Sports Programme

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We provide a variety of games and activities for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. The length of sessions are specific to the individual needs of the school.

  • Fundamental sports skills sessions
  • Sport specific sessions (including football, basketball, tag rugby)

“We have worked with Star Hotshots on numerous occasions as part of our Olympic Legacy Programmes. They have delivered PE sessions to all ages, including a 6-week Handball sessions in schools. They are extremely professional and knowledgeable and seem to build an excellent rapport with participants in a short amount of time. I continue to receive excellent feedback from schools due to the engaging sessions they deliver.”

Wycombe District Council, 2013

After schools clubs

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If your child loves a wide range of sports, dance and gymnastics, they will love this after school club. It has been specifically designed to offer children the opportunity to develop their creative ability using sports, dance and gymnastics.

“On September 2013, Star Hotshots took over as the sports provider for our after school care, and now run two sports groups each evening. From early discussions of our requirements and expectations, to the successful offering they now provide, Harvey and his team have been pro-active in creating a product specifically geared to our pupils and our facilities. They listened to our initial requests and concerns, and continue to refine the sports they are providing, adapting to the skills and interests of the pupils. From Y1 to Y6, our pupils are thoroughly enjoying their time with the coaches, and I have no hesitation in recommending the team.”

Mrs Grace Hope, Head of St Joseph’s College Prep School

After School Provision

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Our Superstar Skills Clubs use sport and skills activity training to create after-school sessions children love.

Each week, our qualified coaches teach children new skills (including ball skills, racquet and bat skills and team sports techniques). After learning the skill, children have an opportunity to test themselves in our popular “Star Hotshots Challenge”.

How does the Star Hotshots Challenge work?

  • There is a new challenge every week
  • Children can earn points each week
  • Points are collated and calculated at the end of the course:

Bronze (100 points) gets them a very cool Star Hotshots t-shirt

Silver (200 points) will get them a sports bag and water bottle

Gold (300 points) and they’ll grab themselves a free day at one of our Multi Activity Holiday Camps

Our “World Cup” tournament

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At Superstar Skills Clubs, coaches run weekly sports tournaments for teams of children to compete in. The tournaments include a range of different activities and games each week (relay races, team sports, ball sports) so every child will have a chance to shine.

CPD Physical Education Training

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Star Hotshots team member Harvey Grout is a former PE teacher, PGCE Primary Tutor at the University of Reading, Southampton University and Gloucestershire University, and the author of ‘Improving Teaching and Learning in PE’. He now delivers training to primary school teachers to help develop their pedagogy for delivering high quality Physical Education lessons. Harvey has trained 100s of trainee primary teachers, giving them the knowledge, skills and confidence to deliver high quality primary PE.

School Sports Events

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Star Hotshots work alongside schools and school partnerships to plan, deliver and facilitate sports days and sports festivals. Our experienced staff members come from relevant backgrounds, including School Sports Coordinators. We’ve run many sports events over the years and understand the demands on teachers’ time and resources. We are perfectly placed to minimise those pressures.

Would your school like Star Hotshots to be involved in the PE and School Sport Programme?