SPORTS ACADEMY

B.A. Academy can offer more conventional sports as there are a number of additional types of physical education activities that we offer that aim to develop your pupils in different but just as instrumental ways. Being in their formative years, we understand that it is crucial to offer activities that improve fundamental movements such as coordination, speed, agility and balance. Although we look at fun and enjoyment, our priority is driving development in line with the objectives outlined by the National Curriculum.

 WE OFFER SESSIONS IN THE FOLLOWING SPORTS:

THE BOSS

GYMNASTICS

Our Gymnastics sessions are a great way for your child to start learning the exciting ways our bodies can tumble, roll, cartwheel and balance.

 

The children will learn to use their bodies to fall safely, find out inventive ways to hold a balance and these basic skills will then enhance their abilities in their other sports or some children may even then want to progress into gymnastics further. All sessions will look to also increase the children's confidence and social skills during teamwork exercises.

KIWI CRICKET

This is a high speed version of cricket aimed at slowly introducing children to the sport and teaching them the basic batting, bowling and fielding skills.

MULTI-SPORTS

Our Multi-Sports activities aims to look at a number of sports over an extended period of sessions. The sole purpose is to develop competence in a broad range of physical activities that allow your pupils to become passionate about and excel in sports.

FOOTBALL

The club involves the children having lots of fun whilst receiving professional coaching through skill development drills, tournaments, and games. The club is aimed at improving the children’s football skills and knowledge of the game, helping them to understand the concept of teamwork and have an enjoyable time.

NETBALL

Netball includes learning the basics as well as lots of fun gameplay with an emphasis on building teamwork with paying particular attention to improving the hand-eye co-ordination of students.

HOCKEY

The sessions aims to introduce game-like situations of hockey and for students to gain a brief understanding of the sport. Our coaches look at teaching a number of different passing, shooting, dribbling and tackling techniques and how they can be used during one of these game-like situations.

Contact Addresses:

Brighton:

45 Church Road

Hove
BN3 2BE

Manchester:

Corporation St, Manchester M4 4AH

Contact Names and Numbers

Brighton: Alexander Cowie 

M:07805 771053

E: alex.baacademy@gmail.com

Manchester: Bem Asare

M:07557 262695

E: ba.academy@outlook.com