Cheerleading at caythorpe court for secondary schools

Fitness, fun and focus

Cheerleading is a perfect way to engage girls and boys in PE and is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK.

Our cheerleading weekends are a popular way to promote fitness, exercise, and team spirit.

Our introductory course comprises a fun and energetic programme, focussing on participation and building a range of basic skills required to make a cheerleading routine.

Run by British Cheerleading Association (BCA) coaches, it’s an inspiring introduction for beginners including students who may be less than enthusiastic about more traditional PE activities.


So how does it work?

From Straddle Sits to Front Flips
Following an initial assessment of your group’s ability, each workshop then focusses on developing skills and progressing ability. From basic arm motions, thigh stands and straddle sits for beginners to straight basket tosses and preparation for back and front flips for more advanced groups, the focus is on fun, teamwork and development.

British Cheerleading Association (BCA)

Complementing the cheerleading sessions, adventure activities such as abseiling, zip wire, climbing and trapeze help reinforce team spirit and a sense of achievement.

Enjoy a full range of evening entertainment and activities, run by our team on centre.

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A typical itinerary for this course

Sample programme for a Cheerleading weekend for Secondary Schools
  Friday Saturday Sunday
09.00-10.30   Session 1 - Motions and posture Session 4 - Jumps and tumbles
10.30-12.00   Session 2 - Cheers and chants PGL activity - Jacob's Ladder
14.00-15.30   PGL activity - Climbing Session 5 - Review progress and development
15.30-17.00 Arrival from 15.30, orientation and meet the PGL Team Session 3 - Cheer dance and stunt work Session 6 - Review progress and development
Evening Introduction to Cheerleading from BCA coaches Disco Depart


  • Football pitch and playing fields
  • Lake
  • Sports hall
  • Classrooms
  • Meeting rooms
  • Shop
  • Bar
  • Teachers’ lounge

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We have a choice of accommodation typically sleeping 3-8, all of which is en suite.

Teachers are in single or twin en suite rooms. Single occupancy can be requested for some blocks – subject to minimum numbers.

Tented village

Chalet-style tents with solid bases and frame beds.

  • Students - 5 per tent
  • Teachers - 1 or 2 per tent

Adjacent shower and toilet facilities.

What to do next?

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