After everything they have done to improve sports participation for children in their local community, it’s no surprise to us that this growing Blackburn based franchise is in the Elite top 100 franchises of 2020!
SportsCool is one of the most prominent providers of sports and physical education to primary schools in the UK and was born right here in the heart of Lancashire. They inspire and motivate children in the community to live healthily and become more confident by maximising participation in sports. They are passionate about enriching the lives of young people through physical education and it really shines through.
Their drive to revolutionise the way that curriculum and non-curriculum sessions are delivered in schools has created a positive attitude towards mental and physical health for children in their local communities. The coaches continue to train in new areas of sports education and take part in continual professional development so that they can offer the best experience to the children and teaching staff that they work with.
SportsCool has been established for 12 years and the people involved in the business really care about inspiring children to get active. They believe that every child should have the chance to participate, progress and achieve in sporting activities.
Matt Parker, one of three directors at SportsCool Ltd said: “People like myself who were fortunate enough to take part in our school’s sports team will remember what it feels like to be recognised for winning those trophies, for your achievements and feeling on top of the world! Our positive reward systems gives every child that chance to enjoy and achieve as we did.”
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With six successful franchisees and a seventh who has just recently joined, they are proud to be growing their brand and are now looking to increase their coverage across the UK and give children in the wider community the opportunity to feel confident and live healthier lifestyles, whilst having fun doing it.
Source: Lancashire Business View