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Children in sport class

 ABOUT US

Who are we?

Toddler sport session

We are a small coaching unit that specialise in Early Years Movement & Development as well as Physical Education for KS1 & KS2. 

 

As a team we deliver sports & exercise sessions to 1000s of children, teaching assistants and nursery staff every single week across Hornchurch, Romford, Barking and Dagenham, Ilford & Gidea Park.  

 

We also host Sports Activity Camps during the school holidays to help maintain an active lifestyle for all children, even outside of term time.

We believe in good relationships and high quality service. All of  our coaches are fully qualified, hold enhanced DBS certificates, are First Aid & Safeguard trained and have an incredible enthusiasm for sports coaching and inspiring the next generation of athletes and coaches. 

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Our why

Our number one priority at Super Star Sport is to positively influence the next generation through enjoyment, engagement and creativity, ensuring that sport, exercise and healthy living is a child’s number one priority for life. We achieve this by offering equal opportunities for every child of every age and ability, across our national movement which will educate and inspire by unleashing the power of sport!

Our how

Our positive and enthusiastic approach to coaching and customer care is what we feel makes us stand out within the children sports coaching industry as well as the high quality at highly affordable rates. The Super Star Sport vision is to become the world leader of children's sports coaching and we are already dominating the nursery sports coaching sector in which we are pleased to say that we have been confirmed as the UK's leading provider. Our school curriculum lessons and other sports provision is also quickly becoming a big section of what we do as a company in which we are extremely proud. 

Children playing sport
Children playing sport

The UK's leading providers of nursery sports coaching and physical education in primary schools. 

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