As children have now returned to school, the Hull FC Community Foundation’s Energise Club is set to return next week, with youngsters invited to come along and get involved in the fun!
One of the Community Foundation’s most popular projects, Energise Club was established only last November and over 100 junior participants have already got involved in the after-school club.
Energise Club was designed to improve children’s health and fitness through fun games and learning activities.
For children aged 5-11, Energise Club provides vital motivation to lead healthier lifestyles in their own personal time.
Sessions are split into two sections – an active fitness section and a classroom-based learning activity section, for example an educational healthy eating activity.
Some of the fitness activities include playing a variety of sports games such as rugby, football, tennis and rounders, as well as gym style activities, fun circuits, and games that encourage team building and leadership skills. Click here if you’d like more information on Energise Club!
Such has been the popularity of Energise Club over the last ten months that the Community Foundation will introduce the sessions at two new venues in the city to make the after-school club more accessible for even more children!
In addition to the sessions that run at the Bonus Youth Performance Centre, Energise Club sessions will also be heading to St Michael’s Youth Centre and Kingston Youth Centre on alternative days to make the project more accessible for even more youngsters!
A full breakdown of venues, days and times for Energise Club can be found below:
Mondays (5.30-7pm) @ St Michael’s Youth Centre: Orchard Park Road, Hull, HU6 9BX
Tuesdays (4.15-5.45pm) @ Kingston Youth Centre: 48A Beverley Road, Hull, HU3 1YE
Thursdays (4.15-5.45pm) @ Bonus YPC: Pickering Road, Hull, HU4 6TA
If you’d like more information on Energise Club, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.