Inter School Competitions are go!

As you may well know here at Sporting Influence we love competition. Not always to win, but for children to experience competing against other children they may well not know, soak up the atmosphere as other children cheer them on and understand winning and losing in the correct environment.

We have recently hosted a dance competition for Boroughbridge Primary School with our expert dance teacher Mrs Zealand. The Children’s dancing was on another level, popping, dropping and rocking.

This Friday (8th March) we are hosting a football tournament for all Year 3 children at Rossett Acre and Western Primary. We cannot wait to see some children, for whom this will be their first ever competitive fixture, play, compete and experience a feeling like no other!

Hopefully the weather will hold off!


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Sporting Influence Activity Camps are a fun and safe environment for your children to learn and develop social skills during the school holidays. Our Camps are always inclusive and we love having a wide range of children from different backgrounds and children who enjoy a range of sports and activities.

Sporting Influence After School Clubs are a fun and exciting hour of games, sports and activities to engage children in disguised learning and exercise. Playing a wide range of games and sports (club dependant) the children will work on specific skills all underpinned by our five social skills.