More than 400 pupils from Bath and North East Somerset primary schools have been enjoying multi-skill movement sessions at the University of Bath over the past fortnight.
Led by students and coaches, the sessions were delivered in racket, ball, balance and speed skills within the world-leading environment of the Sports Training Village.
The festivals have been the culmination of a year of multi-skill delivery in the primary schools themselves delivered by University of Bath graduate Kayleigh Sage, who has also written and developed a resource pack to accompany the sessions . A copy has been given to each school.
All the delivery has been made possible by the continued generous support of Brian and Margaret Roper. This is the seventh year of support to primary school coaching with a further year already planned in partnership with the University of Bath.
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