Sports more your style than the Arts? Or perhaps you want to try something different and learn some new skills at Inspire Education? Well, this week we’re going to bring you a snapshot of the Multi-Sports Focus Choice. This diverse option allows students to try an array of different sports, including swimming, tennis, rugby and golf.
Let’s dive in!
Each day is different on the Multi-Sports Focus Choice, which is why it is such a popular option for those students that love variety and always want to try something new. One day you might be swimming in Bradfield College’s state of the art swimming pool. Inspire Education has the swimming pool to itself at designated times, meaning that students can make the most of the 6 lane 25m pool – whether that be in the form of races, endurance or simply splashing about!
Another day might provide students with the opportunity to practice football, rugby, tennis or golf. Again, Inspire Education has the privilege of using Bradfield College’s superb facilities. In particular, Bradfield’s picturesque nine hole Golf Course. This course was designed by architect Donald Steel, who designed many major championship courses. With professional coaches, our students have access to one-on-one teaching to improve their skills in a beautiful setting.
Finally, Inspire Education offers students the opportunity to try different types of exercise. For instance, Boot Camp training, Obstacle courses, Body Movement exercises, and Inspire’s new favourite game, Stratego. If you have ever played I Capture the Flag, then you’re in for a treat! Time to get competitive, think strategically, and earn points for your team.
What a lot of activity, and that’s just a snapshot of what Multi-Sports looks like at Inspire Education. Join us next year to find out what new sports will be added to this exciting Focus Choice. Join us on our Facebook page InspireSummer or on Twitter @InspireSummerUK.
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*Please note that the content of the Focus Choices depends upon the professionals in that field, and may take a slightly different approach to what is suggested above.*