Tuesday, February 18, 2020

When do the schemes operate?

The Track & Field Scheme

Runs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, but not during half-term holidays. For the purpose of the Scheme we follow the term time schedule adopted for the majority of Bromley primary schools. 

Each coaching session will start at 6.00pm (Mondays and Wednesdays) or 9.00am (Saturdays) and last for one hour. Session registration takes place within the Athletics Centre.

During the Easter and Summer School Holidays we operate on a Pay As you Go Basis only. Children in school years 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 in September, may turn up on one of our normal "Bees" coaching nights of Monday and Wednesday at 6.00pm, or Saturday morning at 9.00am, pay the £7 fee and participate without pre-booking the session. 

The Endurance Scheme

Only runs on Saturday mornings in the same way as the Track & Field Scheme. Each session will start at 9.00am and last for one hour. The children will register in the Athletics Centre and be taken out en masse to the park itself to do the session.

The Mini Bees Scheme

Only runs on  Saturday mornings exactly as the Track & Field Scheme. Each session will start at 9.00am and last for one hour. The children will register in the Athletics Centre and the session will be held on the track or its immediate surroundings..

 

Please register your child's details with us before coming to a session.

Click here to go to the registration page.

Register Here

 

Click below to register your child onto one of our schemes.

 
 

JUST HERE

 

HOW TO PAY

Bees Academy Tweets

Spring Term 2020

Mondays, 6th January to Monday 30th March

Wednesdays, 8th January to Wednesday 1st April

Saturdays, 11th January to Saturday 4th April

Half term break 17th, 19th, 22nd February

£70.00 for 12 week Term (Monday, Wednesday or Saturday)

Pay-As-You-Go £7.00 per session.

Adult Exercise

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Random Testimonials

  • "I joined the BEES as a cross country runner and was soon enjoying loads of new activities like hammer throwing and long jump as well as hurdling and sprinting. The BEES taught me to try everything and it was great being part of a big group just having fun. After a while I realised that I was a fast runner and could do well at long jump. Once I started to race for B&B it was obvious that all the training I had done at BEES really helped and has laid a good foundation as I moved on to higher level sport."

    +   Dina Asher-Smith, Athlete
  • "Fun, team ethos, structure and discipline; those are the key benefits that the BEES have brought to my child. She enjoyed the BEES immensely and willingly attended in all weathers. She has made a huge number of friends through the BEES many of whom she continues to train with at B & B."

    +   Julie Asher-Smith. Parent
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