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Having years of experience delivering high quality PE lessons and sports clubs, in 2016 we decided to use this knowledge and implement our ideas to ensure schools receive the highest standards for their pupils to progress in life.

We strive on delivering unique sports that may not be readily available to many communities and teach all areas of the PE National Curriculum at Primary and Secondary level, along with providing reports on your pupils progress.


(For all year groups, EYFS-KS1-KS2) All lessons planned will be to the standards of the national curriculum. Term plans shall be provided if requested, example what sport will be covered for what year group for which term.Reports shall be provided for each student at the end of the academic year.

End of each term mini reports will be provided to class teachers.Once a term, we will do Healthy Eating lunch-time games where we will encourage pupils how and why to eat healthy, the benefits, fun facts through our games (Free). Recommend staff to get involved.

(Breakfast-Lunch-After School Clubs)

*Mutli-Sports for EYFS-KS1, rest of the sports for KS1-KS2

View and Print PDF list of our activities

(All pupils will get recognition for their participation in sports e.g. certificates, stickers, medals/trophies etc. End of the academic year.)


– Team building

– Social

– Sports training

This is very popular among members of staff, for birthdays, team building as part of training or even training TA’s or other member of staff to simple insightful games for children.



We have been working with ‘To the Whistle’ for the past year and have been very impressed and inspired by them.

We originally chose ‘To the Whistle’ for their varied selection of sports. We started off with fencing and have since increased to archery and athletics which has been a big success. We have been able to see this through our continuers who have come back every term to take part in these activities. We are now looking into other sports we can introduce into our after school schedule

The coaches have been great and have a really positive relationship with the children which is very important to us. They are also inspiring for the children and promote not only the sports taken part in but also sport in general.

Naz helped us to run a very successful Sport Relief day which had hundreds of parents and children take part before school.

Overall we have been very pleased with the relationship we currently have and are looking forward to it continuing.

Will Coles
PE Coordinator
Lea Valley Primary School

‘Naz has been teaching our children fencing for a number of years now and the children absolutely love it. The lunch time club fits in really well with the school day and the children look forward to their session with Naz all week. The cost is very reasonable/competitive per child and the behaviour management during the fencing sessions is very good. We will certainly continue to book our fencing sessions with Naz (To The Whistle) and highly recommend their service.’

Charlotte Stone
Admin Officer (with Responsibility for Education Welfare)
Swaffield Primary School