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If you want to increase your enrichment provision, Synergy can provide a cost effective solution for your school. We can organise and deliver both curricular and extra-curricular enrichment sessions.

Synergy’s P.E and school sport specialists are highly trained across more than 10 different types of enrichment activities to add amazing variation to your curriculum. Each coach has a passion and energy which they bring with them every day to pass onto your pupils. All of the activities we offer include, a qualified P.E and school specialist, the required equipment and the planning, saving you the need for any unnecessary investment.


Arrows archery is an introduction to archery for primary school children in a fun and safe way.

This ‘mini’ version of archery allows schools to provide their pupils with the opportunity to get a taste for archery with child-friendly equipment to get children started quickly and easily.

Our specialists make it possible to introduce archery concepts and skills to your pupils through fun activities rather than technical instruction.

 The activities within Arrows archery enable us to use archery as a way of encouraging learning in other areas; for example maths through scoring, literacy through language, and teamwork through cooperation and self-discipline.


Synergy are an accredited provider of Balanceability the UK’s first accredited ‘learn to cycle’ programme for children aged between 2 and a half and 6 years old.
The programme is a structured course which is available to nurseries and primary schools.
Balanceability combines unique ergonomic balance bikes with a schedule of fun activities that aim to build confidence, spatial awareness and dynamic balance skills enabling young children to cycle without ever needing stabilisers.
Synergy work directly with schools to promote the physical benefits of cycling for young people as well as providing a success-orientated experience.
The programme offers children the ability to become competent cyclists at an early age through the development of balance and control.
Our Balanceability service can be ran directly at your school by our fully qualified trainers and is a structured two-level programme consisting of 6 x 45-minute sessions per level. All the equipment required is supplied by us.


Synergy are able to offer mini &  midi Fencing sessions within your school delivered by our fully qualified British Fencing Core Coaches.

This superb experience will allow pupils to develop fundamental movement skills and physical fitness while developing the understanding of leadership and sportsmanship through the core values and etiquette that fencing offers.

British Fencing’s values of honesty, respect and excellence will be emphasised throughout the programme, with our specialists also promoting the values of earning trust through integrity and professionalism.


Our Mini Tennis programme is a great introduction to tennis giving learners the knowledge and skills to be able to participate within the sport.

Mini Tennis Red (5-8 Year Olds)

Learn to serve, rally and score with a slowball, as well as the movement and co-ordination skills needed for tennis. Players are encouraged to play fun competitions in teams and as individuals, with short matches using tie-break scoring.

Mini Tennis Orange  (8-9 Year Olds)

Develop a rounded game, learning a range of techniques and tactics. Courts are bigger and wider than in the red stage but still smaller than full-size tennis courts. There are team and individual competitions with matches using tie break scoring.

Mini Tennis Green (9-11 Year Olds)

Players can now put their technique and skills into practice on a full-size court with a faster ball. There are individual and team competitions, with scoring extended to short sets.


Short-Golf is a FUN, energetic, version of golf which young children within primary schools can enjoy as they hit the target with their first golf shots.

Short-Golf is genuinely inclusive as it suits all abilities; every child can succeed in the activities and with the flexibility between individual play and team interaction, it engages well with youngsters who might not want to play a traditional team sport.

Short-Golf promotes ‘Skills for Life’ attributes including co-operation, good sportsmanship and concentration and is designed to be used across curriculum learning.

Short-Golf equipment has been specially designed and has proved to be popular with primary school children.


The PlayMaker Award is a great introduction into leadership giving learners the knowledge of how to organise small games and activities that can be used during curricular and extra- curricular time, lunchtimes, breaks, as well as in sports clubs outside school hours.

The PlayMaker Award aims to help learners develop leadership skills such as organisation, communication and teamwork, as well as helping to build confidence and self-esteem as they take on the responsibility of assisting in leading their peers and younger children.

Anyone can become a PlayMaker, regardless of their sporting experience or prowess. The PlayMaker Award is designed in a way so that learners can participate and learn about key leadership skills. The recommended age range is 9-11 years old.


Our Scooter Wise programme provides you with a sustainable activity to teach primary school children from Year 1 to Year 4, how to ride a scooter safely so that they can enjoy the freedom and fun that riding a scooter provides. It can help with basic balance and sensory integration in a child’s early years. Without this, learning and reading development can be significantly delayed.

Scooters can help improve coordination with use at any age, particularly when children are young and learning how to balance using their weight. Our Scooter Wise programme develops any child’s ability to scoot safely through a range of games and fun activities.



Increase physical activity whilst improving numeracy, literacy & social inclusion

Aball1 utilises teamwork and creates a social arena in which everyone is encouraged to participate. Being the smartest or the fastest runner is rarely enough in either of these programmes. The key to success is working together to solve both physical and theoretical tasks, winning and losing together, which in turn develops important soft skills and promotes social inclusion.

The activities provide children and adults with an opportunity to practice teamwork and social skills, developing self-esteem and a sense of achievement.








There are 5 key indicators that Ofsted expect schools to see improvement in when spending there Primary P.E and school sport premium.

Essentially schools should be using there funding to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of the P.E and school sport they have on offer to there pupils.

Our P.E Enrichment services meets the following key indicators:


Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.


The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.


PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement.


Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.


Increased participation in competitive sport.