How can Fencing improve the quality of your PE Curriculum?

Fencing games and activities teach the basic fundamentals of movement (i.e. agility, balance and coordination).

British Fencing offer to support Physical Education in Primary Schools is: 

A 1-day GO/FENCE Leadership course for teachers who have no fencing experience. Resources that provide up to 10 weeks of fun sessions.  Intra and inter school competition programmes. Certificates and awards for pupils. Support from local coaches and exit routes into local clubs.

Staff training: 1 day GO/FENCE Leadership course.Information on upcoming courses can be found on British Fencing Website 

10 session GO/FENCE activity programme including competitions. Equipment through British Fencing’s supplier (Leon Paul). Promotional materials: electronic and hard copy posters and leaflets.

Access to local fencing competition series.

Exit Routes
Extra-curricular sessions are supported by teachers, young leaders and local coaches. Network of British Fencing registered clubs that provide beginners sessions and welcome young people.

Direct Support
British Fencing staff: head office support. British Fencing coaches: Local support from coaches experienced in working with young people. British Fencing recognised competitions suitable for the age and ability of new fencers.

Local Clubs:

Herdwick Fencing Club

Kendal Fencing Club


Jack Boteler (GO/FENCE Co-ordinator, British Fencing) Tel: 0208 742 3032

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