Meath LSP Programmes 2021

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There are lots of programmes to keep both children and adults active at the moment, you can sign up to their newsletter at meathsports.ie

Here are some low cost and free programmes which might be of particular interest to our pupils.

 

 

 

Run Jump Throw Online

Run Jump Throw programme has been moved online due to current restrictions. This online weekly slot will see participants enjoy 30 minutes of fun movements, challenges and dance delivered live by our experienced tutor. The programme is aimed at children with Autism / Intellectual disability aged 6-18 years.

Date: Tuesday 28th January – Tuesday 2nd March

Duration: 6 weeks

Time: 4pm-4:30pm

Cost: €10 per participant

Platform: Zoom

Contact: Terry on tdonegan@meathcoco.ie / 0469067337

 

Learn 2 Cycle- Virtual Edition

Due to the current restrictions our popular Learn 2 cycle programme has been unable to go ahead. Meath LSP has linked with the Cycling Safety School to provide a virtual edition of the Learn 2 Cycle programme. The format will consist of a information zoom call on week 1 followed by weekly instructional videos and one to one virtual support. This programme is aimed at children with a disability aged 6-18 years. Spaces are limited.

Date: Wednesday 27th January

Time: 7pm-8pm

Cost: €10 per participant

Platform: Zoom

Contact: Terry on tdonegan@meathcoco.ie / 0469067337

 

The Daily Mile at HOME

The Daily Mile is an Athletics Ireland initiative – it is simple, free and gets children out of the home-school classroom for 15 minutes every day to run or jog, at their own pace, with their families, making them fitter, healthier and more able to concentrate on their schoolwork. New online resources will be available for teachers and parents soon! For more details contact Lisa at lodowd@meathcoco.ie

 

Virtual Skipping

Skipping is a great activity to take part in with a range of health and fitness benefits, and above all it is fun and suitable for all the family. Skipping can also be done inside or outside and by nature it allows for social distancing, this is the ideal activity to take part in especially during this time of Covid-19 level 5 restrictions. This skipping programme includes the supply of a high quality skipping rope, along with a booklet which provides teaching points and links to tutorial videos. These videos break down various skipping skills, making each skill easier to understand and master. 

The fee for the rope and booklet is only €5. If you or your child are interested in taking part in this programme please contact Una at upearson@meathcoco.ie

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