Who is Ready Steady Go Kids?
Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia’s largest multi-sport and exercise programme for pre-schoolers (aged 1.5–6). The programme has been in operation since 2004 and the brand is continuing to grow in Australia and internationally too. Ready Steady Go Kids arrived in Singapore in 2012 as the first international franchise and it is now the fastest growing multi-sport programme for pre-schoolers in Singapore.
We run classes at pre-schools across Singapore as well our classes for children on weekends at The Cage Sports Park at Bukit Timah, SPGG at Dover and Kovan Sports Centre in Kovan. We run terms of 10 to 12 weeks with 5 sports covered each term, and also “Create-Your-Own” holiday camps where parents can gather a group of friends and customise their own holiday camp.
What are Ready Steady Go Kids classes like?
Fun, engaging and lots of skills to learn – some sport specific, others are the fundamental movement skills. Basic building blocks for more complex motor skills in the future. Some of the skills include balancing, spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, leg-eye coordination, running, jumping, throwing, catching, 2-handed strike (hitting another object with an implement –eg. T-ball, Cricket, Golf). Trainers are energetic and focus on helping the kids achieve success. Full of enthusiasm and passionate, and trained to manage pre-schoolers in sports and being active.
What are Ready Steady Go Kids objectives?
The aim of this programme is to introduce the pre-schoolers to a variety of sports and in doing so, enable them to enhance their gross and fine motor skills, hand-eye, foot-eye coordination and balance. Ready Steady Go Kids trainers also lead and educate on other important features such as warm-up, stretching, cool-down, team-building and sportsmanship. But most importantly, we hope to spark their life-long love for sport and being healthy!
What are the sports covered by a Ready Steady Go Kids programme?
Football / Soccer / Athletics / Tennis / Basketball / Hockey / Rugby / AFL (Aussie Rules Football) / Golf / Cricket / T-ball
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