We introduce children to a series of sporting activities that they rarely experience at primary school age.
Our workshops started in the build-up to London 2012 and continued throughout the Rio and Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. Hundreds of schools have taken part in many workshops delivered by our experienced team.
We can’t wait to meet your school, share the magic of the Games with your children and help inspire the next generation.
In the Melbourne Olympic Games in 1956, Canada’s Gerald Ouellete showed amazing concentration and focus when he achieved the perfect score of 600 in the rifle event, hitting 60 bullseyes in a row! Your pupil’s hand-eye coordination will be challenged with this Nerf target activity.
Only male athletes were able to compete in boxing until the 2012 Olympic Games in London, where Great Britain’s Nicola Adams became the first woman to win an Olympic boxing title. Building both mental and physical strength, this event sees children take part in combat-style challenges using gloves and pads.
Goalball is specifically designed for visually impaired athletes. To play, the children will wear blackout masks and use a ball with a bell in it. Through this activity, children’s hand-eye coordination improves, strength builds, and flexibility increases.
Boccia, pronounced “Botcha” is a target sport that will challenge and test your children’s muscle control and accuracy.
Athletics events at the Games range from ten seconds to two days. Rest assured, our timescales are towards the shorter end. At our Athletics station, children take part in standing long jump and speed bounce.
To get within the ‘gold ring’, Olympic archers have to be able to hit a target the size of a tennis ball from a distance of seven bus lengths! Your pupils will be experiencing archery using a soft archery set aiming to hit the bullseye from a shorter distance!
An opportunity for children to experience one of the standout events at the Games. Children learn the skills required to power and navigate a wheelchair around a course against an opponent.
£ 750 per day
£ 637.50 per day
£ 617 per day
£ 600 per day
per additional day
We provide all of the equipment, resources and staff to run the day for you.
Fitting seamlessly into your school day, Road 2 Paris Workshop Days: