Athletics

Our athletics sessions introduce aspiring athletes to fundamental movement skills, vital to every sport. Appropriately qualified coaches follow structured plans which work towards improving speed, endurance, jumping and throwing. Importantly, the coaches aim to develop the good technique (‘how’ to run, jump and throw) required for athletes to perform at their full potential and move like a champion. In addition to technical skills, we also look to develop interpersonal skills and encourage sportsmanship and team spirit, all within a fun environment.
Little Athletes Programme

Little Athletes Programme

LAP is our youngest athletics club for children aged between school years Reception, 1 & 2

LAP teaches children the fundamental movement skills required for taking part in athletics through fun games and activities and feeds into 1st & 2nd LEG A.C.

All coaches are a minimum of Level 1 UKA qualified enabling your child to develop their skills under the supervision of a professional coach whilst having fun!!

Sessions run on a Tuesdays and Thursdays 4.30-5.30 at Allianz Park.

For more information, please call 0203 675 7252 or email emmagouge@saracens.net

 

Athletics - First Leg

1st + 2nd Leg

 

1st & 2nd LEG A.C is an exciting athletics club aimed at children aged between school years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

This project follows the England Athletics programme “ATHLETICS 365” which is a multi-event, young people development programme, introducing athletes to the fundamental skills of athletics (vital to every sport).

The club focuses not only on how fast someone runs or how far someone can jump or throw but also, more importantly, on developing technical skills, the athlete’s physical, mental and emotional development, as well as lifestyle and social development.

This club feeds into Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers and Barnet and District Athletics club.

Sessions run on a Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-6pm at Allianz Park.

We also run holiday camps for all age groups.

For more information, please call 0203 675 7252 or email emmagouge@saracens.net

The (APAA) is an exciting athletics academy aimed at children aged 5-13

Based at North London’s Allianz Park. APAA is an athletic club which is a multi-event, young people development program, introducing athletes to the fundamental skills of athletics (vital to every sport).

APAA focuses not only on how fast someone runs or how far someone jumps or throws but also, more importantly, on developing the technical skills (‘how’ to run, jump and throw) required to perform at full potential and move like a champion. In addition to technical skills, APAA also looks at an athlete’s physical, mental and emotional development, as well as their lifestyle and social development.

Allianz Park is a fantastic venue providing the opportunity to be trained by and alongside some of Great Britain’s up and coming athletes.

All coaches are a minimum of Level 1 UKA qualified enabling your child to develop through APAA. We will provide athletes with new and progressively more difficult challenges appropriate to their stage of development. APAA encourages athletes to learn all the skills and events of athletics and reinforces the importance of a good all-round skill base.

Once you child has gained confidence and good athletic skills the next stage is to train and compete for Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers.

Sessions are every Tuesday and Thursday 5pm-6pm.

For more information, please call 0203 675 7252 or email athletics@saracens.net

In association with Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers

Athletics - SIMS

Sarries in my School

 

Our athletics sessions are multi-event, introducing aspiring athletes to the fundamental movement skills which are vital to every sport. Qualified coaches follow a structured plan to improve speed, endurance, jumping and throwing. Importantly, the coaches aim to develop the good technique (‘how’ to run, jump and throw) required for athletes to perform at their full potential and move like a champion. In addition to technical skills, we also look to develop interpersonal skills and encourage sportsmanship and team spirit, all within a fun environment.

For more information, please call 0203 675 7252 or email emmagouge@saracens.net

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