Are you using the Olympics to inspire your school children this summer?

Aspire Sports are delivering sports based workshops themed around the Rio Olympic or Paralympic Games this summer

Our workshops are tailored to EYFS, KS1 and KS2 pupils and include an emphasis on the Olympic and Paralympic values:

friendship, respect, excellence, determination, inspiration, courage and equality 


Workshops are available every Friday until October Half Term 2016

School Sports Olympics Workshops

Our Workshop Days

The day will begin with an opening assembly delivering an introduction to either the Olympic or Paralympic movement, its values and the forthcoming Rio games. The assembly will then proceed to give a brief outline of the day.

As a full day event, the children will experience the workshops on a class by class basis, participating in either five Olympic or Paralympic sports activities.

At the end of the day, Aspire Sports will tally up all the points scored throughout the day and your school will be added to our ‘Road 2 Rio Champions board’ where you can view how your school has performed against other schools in your area.

Aspire Road to Rio Sports Workshops

Try out some new sports

Aspire Road to Rio Sports Workshops

Want to find out more?


How the Road to Rio workshops will help your school and make a difference to your pupils.

PE Coordinators

What you need to know about our Road to Rio Workshops.

Workshop Pricing

The cost for each workshop is £399

Discounts available when booking multiple days.

From as little as £1.90 per child

Aspire Sports supply all equipment and activities.

If you have any questions or would like to book any of our Road to Rio Olympic or Paralympic Workshops call us on 0121 663 1979 or click here and complete our enquiry form


Workshops are available every Friday until October Half Term 2016

We recently officially launched our Road to Rio school sports programme at New Oscott Primary School in Sutton Coldfield with two special guests.

We were joined by World Triathlon Champion Non Stanford and Paralympian Dean Miller.

ITV Central News also came along to record the event for the ITV 6pm News.

To date the Road to Rio Sports Workshop Programme has inspired 15,468 children to participate in a new sport

Olympic games in schools

We have cycled


That’s the equivalent of 6961 laps of an Olympic velodrome

Olympic games in schools

We have hit


That would score 21260 points at the Olympic Games

Olympic games in schools

We have rowed


That’s over 321 full Olympic length races

About Aspire Sports

Aspire provide physical activity solutions through a delivery, training and support framework to help children and young people improve their physical literacy, health, well-being and academic achievement.

We achieve this through offering sustainable programmes to schools, teachers, support staff, early years practitioners and sports coaches.

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