Cheerleading

for secondary schools

for girls and boys in years 7-11 (S1-S5)

  • Cheerleading
  • British Cheerleading Association (BCA)

Fitness, fun and focus

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

Our cheerleading weekends are fun, energetic and tailored according to the ability and experience of your group.

Professional coaches from the British Cheerleading Association bring their expertise and enthusiasm to create exciting, motivating and inspiring workshops which develop skills at the appropriate level. So whether your students are absolute beginners or experienced teams, the BCA coaches tailor their approach accordingly.

2017 Early Booking Discount

Call us on 0333 321 2116 to make a booking or request a quote online.

Duration Price with Discount Saving
Fri-Sun from £95+VAT £4+VAT

Offer applies when you confirm your booking and pay first deposits by 30 June 2016.
Prices shown are per person and are subject to availability.

Dates

2016/17 Cheerleading Weekend Dates
Location 2016 2017
Boreatton Park, Shropshire 16-18 September 24-26 March
15-17 September
Caythorpe Court, Lincolnshire 9-11 September 8-10 September
Windmill Hill, East Sussex   17-19 March

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)

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

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

Select an activity for a full description

A typical itinerary for this course

Sample programme for a Cheerleading weekend for Secondary Schools
  Friday Saturday Sunday
Breakfast
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
Lunch
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
Dinner
Evening Introduction to Cheerleading from BCA coaches Disco Depart

Learning outcomes

For beginners and experienced teams alike, it’s a weekend of bonding which will help groups work together, communicate and support each other more effectively.

Students learn new skills, new moves and develop repertoire and technique. It’s a chance to motivate and inspire students through personal achievement and success.

It’s a weekend that will fill your students with the enthusiasm and confidence to carry them through any challenges that may lie ahead.

Barton Hall

Barton Hall

A great location near Torquay and popular with groups of all ages. There are many blue flag beaches close by and Dartmoor is also within easy reach.

Beam House

Beam House

Near Bideford in north Devon, the surf school at Westward Ho! is close by and there are plenty of land-based activities in the centre grounds.

Boreatton Park

Boreatton Park

There are over 250 acres for you and your students to enjoy, as well as some great accommodation options and excellent facilities.

Caythorpe Court

Caythorpe Court

A fantastic countryside setting boasting 65 acres of grounds, packed full of adventure activities for your students to try out.

Dalguise

Dalguise

Located just five miles north of Dunkeld, there’s plenty to explore in and around this stunning centre, set in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.

Hillcrest

Hillcrest

A cosy welcome awaits you at this former fishing lodge near the River Wye. The small size and homely atmosphere is perfect for younger students.

Liddington

Liddington

Minutes from the M4, near Swindon, the convenient location makes it one of our most popular centres. There are some great facilities too.

Little Canada

Little Canada

A fantastic choice for watersports lovers. Set on the banks of the beautiful Wootton Creek, we have private access to the water.

Llwyn Filly

Llwyn Filly

Close to the Welsh border town of Hay-on-Wye and situated on the edge of the stunning Brecon Beacons, giving immediate access to the mountains.

Marchants Hill

Marchants Hill

Conveniently close to London but in a countryside setting, there’s plenty of adventure in the wooded grounds and beyond for your students to discover.

Osmington Bay

Osmington Bay

There’s direct access to the beach, thrilling watersports on the sea at the nearby Portland Bay, as well as a range of exhilarating adventure activities.

Tregoyd House

Tregoyd House

Enjoy canoeing the picturesque River Wye at this beautiful centre in the heart of the Black Mountains. There’s so much to explore, see and do.

Whitecliff Bay

Whitecliff Bay

Situated on the eastern side of the Isle of Wight with access to a sheltered sandy beach, plus indoor and outdoor swimming pools and land-based adventure activities.

Windmill Hill

Windmill Hill

Located in the scenic Sussex Downs, close to the coast and not far from London, it’s a popular destination for secondary school groups.

Winmarleigh Hall

Winmarleigh Hall

A beautiful Victorian mansion house set within 50 acres of grounds. It’s a popular location in the north west of England, near the forest of Bowland.

2017 Early Booking Discount

Book and confirm your 2017 trip by 30 June 2016 and save up to £4+VAT per person.