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How we work with EYFS

Our number one priority at Super Star Sport is to positively influence the next generation through enjoyment, engagement and creativity, ensuring that sport, exercise and healthy living is a child’s number one priority for life. We achieve this by offering equal opportunities for every child of every age and ability, across our national movement which will educate and inspire by unleashing the power of sport!

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EYFS Curriculum

Our very own Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum is the product of years of experience of being the UK's leading provider of nursery sports coaching and developed by our senior coaches to combine EYFS areas of learning and fun-based learning in every session. 

We cover the 7 areas of learning throughout our termly plans.

Fun based

Although we follow our EYFS curriculum, all of our sessions for this age group are fun based. We are not trying to create the next Messi but we are on a mission to inspire children to get active through sport and live a healthy lifestyle. 

By running fun-based sessions and ensuring inclusion we help children grow in confidence and develop their communication skills, all while keeping them active and moving.


Wide range of sessions

Our wide range of popular EYFS sessions include:

  • Football

  • Rugby

  • Basketball

  • Tennis

  • Athletics

  • Multi-sport sessions

  • Gymnastics

  • Dance

  • Yoga

With new sports and sessions being added constantly!

Extra Curricular

We aim to spark a new passion for sports and a healthy lifestyle in each child we coach, therefore, we are committed to expanding on that passion through afterschool and weekend clubs. 

Our tots' sessions are the perfect place for children to further the development of their new passion from what they have experienced in nursery/ pre-primary settings. 

When taking on new settings, we will be able to advise you of local clubs for your children, should they wish to do more!


The UK's leading providers of nursery sports coaching and physical education in primary schools. 



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