Fit2Last is a fun and interactive educational programme that we can deliver at the football club or an adapted version in school.
The programme teaches primary aged pupils the benefits of sport and recreation, health and wellbeing, and sustainability through tailored sessions at The New Lawn.
All the activities have been designed in line with the National Curriculum across the Key Stage groups, with a focus on physical education, humanities, technology and science subjects.
An example session may include activities on:
A welcome to FGR – our story so far
A look behind the scenes of a professional football club
Information on a vegan diet and healthy eating
A multi-skills practical session or a practical making matchday food session
A sustainability session including reference to wind and solar power
The innocent New Lawn Eco trail
We can deliver bespoke Fit2Last sessions in line with your curriculum focus. We can also adapt the programme delivery for secondary aged pupils.
What do you take home?
Every child receives a Fit2Last Certificate, and will leave with a greater understanding about how to become a young Green Briton and will learn and apply key National Curriculum skills in a new, fun and interactive way and in the context of a working professional football club.
We hope to inspire everyone that takes part to do more at home and at school for the environment and to become a ‘Young Green Briton’, while also teaching the importance and fun that sport can bring.
We also offer a journey around FGR’s innocent New Lawn stadium and Eco Trail as a standalone session, pitched at a level suitable to the group or individual visiting.
Premier League Primary Stars
remier League Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs in the EFL to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills. FGR Community coaches will work with your children’s teachers, to deliver fun, educational sessions in a range of subjects including English, Maths, PSHE and PE within local partner schools.
The project aims to inspire girls and boys aged 5 – 11 in the classroom, the playground, in their community and on the sports field. Teaching materials cover subjects such as PE, PSHE, English and Maths, and focus on skills including teamwork , problem solving, emotional resilience and encourage social action. Our team have specialist knowledge to deliver a range of education activations including assemblies, 1:1 or small group interventions, Player or Mascot visits and themed events, e.g. World Book Day Pupils will also have opportunity to participate in competitions ranging from national football tournaments, to creative writing and reading interventions for reluctant readers.