Our indoor Athletics Arena at EIS Sheffield is home to our Athletics Academy complete with 200 metre running track, 140 metre sprint straight, throws cage, high jump, long jump, pole vault, shot putt, hurdles and other activities. Our Athletics Academy Lessons include:
Athletots (18 months - 5 years)
Our 10 week block of lessons use play, games and activities to develop your childs fundamental movement skills. These skills are vital to every childs development and the programme uses parent and child interaction to encourage enjoyment whilst developing these essential 'building blocks' of movement. There is an automatic link to our Athletics Academy at the age of 5 years.
Sports Hall Athletics (5 - 8 years)
Sports Hall Athletics is an exciting indoor programme of adapted athletics activities which works towards the British Athletics sports hall awards scheme. Developing core skills in running jumping and throwing for young athletes. This session focuses on fi tness and multi skill development.
Athletics Academy (5 - 11 years)
Our 10 week block of fun athletic lessons give children a taste of all athletics disciplines. Our qualified coaches teach children universal athletics techniques to help them run, jump and throw to the best of their ability. Depending upon age and ability children are split into groups and each session will include a warm up, games and event specific coaching. Children will work towards awards and certificates to show their progress.
Teen Athletics (12 - 16 years)
Older children can try a range of track and field events to see which they enjoy the most. Our fully qualified athletics coaches will help children to improve their technique and fitness levels with athletics.
Available at EIS Sheffield. To find out more or to make a booking call us on 0114 223 5600.
These sessions are a great way for children of a pre-school age to develop fundamental movement skills through play and athletic activities. the sessions use parent and child interaction to encourage enjoyment whilst developing the essential 'building blocks' of movement as well as introducing them to athletics.