PHYSICAL LITERACY AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

ACTIVITIES

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

KICKING IT AROUND PROGRAM

RECESS PROGRAM

SCHOOL WIDE WORKSHOPS

After School Program

IMPORTANCE OF MULTI-SPORT PROGRAMS

Research now shows that positive development is most likely when young people have diverse opportunities to explore and develop a range of physical, psychological and social abilities across multiple activities and sports. Participating regularly in a variety of sports and physical activities yield many documented physical, psychological and social benefits related to both short-term and long-term development and lead to future participation in both recreational and competitive sports. A key principle with this program is to provide parents with an affordable program that encourages healthy active lifestyles by introducing children to a wide range of sports. Our program focuses on the proper development of fundamental movement and physical literacy skills.

OUR OBJECTIVES

Develop fundamental movement and physical literacy skills with a focus on character development.

Our program provides the opportunity for participants to learn the importance of respect, fairness, cooperation, responsibility, acceptance, and perseverance through a variety of activities, games, and sports

Experience the very best in Multi-Sport and Fundamental Movement Programs Developing Healthy Active Lifestyles

SportsCan gets an A+ when it comes to Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines

Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines (5-11 years) For health benefits, children aged 5-11 years should accumulate at least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily.

Both of our programs provide over 2hrs of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day! Instruction and activities are provided with appropriate progressions to ensure fun and success for all skill levels.

Teaching proper fundamental movement skills leads to enhanced physical literacy.

It is important that children are instructed on how to properly perform the various fundamental movement skills and provided an opportunity to use them in a variety of environments to help optimize their physical literacy skills.

At our SportsCan FUNdamental Movements Program, our trained coaches deliver individual and group based activities that allow for an optimal progression of various fundamental movement skills. The combination of our coaches training and carefully designed activities help optimize the development of physical literacy skills in each child regardless of previous skill levels.

SportsCan leading the way in implementing Multi-Sport Programs

Canadian Sport For Life suggests that children should be playing 4 or more different sports to encourage the development of strong fundamental Movement and physical literacy skills.

In using National Sport Organization’s Long Term Athlete Development Models and their modified gameplay, our participants are provided instructional play sessions by our trained coaches in sports such as Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Lacrosse, Athletics, and more!

2019-20 Fielding Drive PS Program Overview

ACTIVE START PROGRAM (Grades 2-3)

Multi-Sport (Grade 4-6)

Open Gym (Ages 10-12)

Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm

Session #1: Sept 3 – Oct 25
Session #2: Oct 28 – Dec 20
Session #3: Jan 6 – Feb 28
Session #4: Mar 2 – May 1
Session #5: May 4 – Jun 25

CostFull Year $169.50 ($150+HST) Admin Fee and $581.95 ($515+HST)  per session or $84.75($75 + HST) and $593.25 ($525.00+HST) per individual session. Option: You can sign up for specific days. Each day is $118.65 ($105+HST) per session.

Overview: Students that register for all sessions, from Bayview PS/ Holy Family will have access to busing (parents communicate with the school to make arrangements) this includes those that are registered for partial weeks all year.  Those students from General Vanier and Holy Cross will be met at school and walked to Fielding Drive PS by SportsCan staff.

Tentative Schedule:

  1. 3:00 – Travel to Fielding Dr. PS
  2. 3:30 – Snack
  3. 3:45 – FUNdamental Instruction/ Multi-Sport Modified Game Play
  4. 4:30 – Homework Time
  5. 5:00 – Free Play

Register for this program is limited to 12 students.

Time: 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Session #1: Sept 3 – Oct 25
Session #2: Oct 28 – Dec 20
Session #3: Jan 6 – Feb 28
Session #4: Mar 2 – May 1
Session #5: May 4 – Jun 25

Cost: $169.50 ($150+HST) Admin Fee and $683.65 ($605+HST) for full program , or for each full session $84.75($75 + HST)Admin Fee and $169.50 ($150+HST) for each day of the week.

Overview: Students that register for all sessions, from Bayview PS/ Holy Family will have access to busing (parents communicate with the school to make arrangements) this includes those that are registered for partial weeks all year.  Those students from General Vanier and Holy Cross will be met at school and walked to Fielding Drive PS by SportsCan staff.

Tentative Schedule:

  1. 2:30 – Open Gym for multi-sport gameplay
  2. 3:45- Snack/ Homework
  3. 3:45 – FUNdamental Instructional Program
  4. 4:30 – Multi-Sport Instruction
  5. 5:00 – Free Play
Registration for this program is limited to 16 students.
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Session #1: Sept 4 – Oct 26
Session #2: Oct 29 – Dec 21
Session #3: Jan 7 – Mar 1
Session #4: Mar 4 – May 3
Session #5: May 6 – Jun 28
Register for this program is limited to 10 students.
Cost: $84.75($75 + HST) One Time Admin Fee and $282.50 ($250 + HST) per session with unlimited participation or $11.30 ($10 + HST) per individual drop-in, (must register ahead of time online).
Overview: This program is geared to Fielding Dr. PS students. The staff will organize modified sports games for the students for each session. The idea is to give students an opportunity to be physically active before heading home.

**PRIORITY REGISTRATION IS GIVEN TO THOSE REGISTERING FOR ALL 5-SESSIONS
***SPACES ARE CAPPED FOR EACH PROGRAM
****All Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE unless spot can be filled, in which case a $25 fee will be charged.
*****SUBSIDIZED spaces are available. To learn more contact us at info@sportscan.ca