XploreSportZ Spring Break Camps Conlude after Two Weeks of Fun

XploreSportZ Spring Break Camps Conlude after Two Weeks of Fun

(March 29, 2019 - Nanaimo) – After two weeks of fun, sports, games, and unseasonably warm weather, PacificSport VI's XploreSportZ Spring Break camps have come to an end.

Over the course of two weeks campers participated in 10 different sports and games, learning traditional sports such as soccer and badminton, while also exploring newer sports like bounceball and wheelchair basketball.

PacificSport XploreSportZ Summer Camp 2019 | July 15-19

PacificSport XploreSportZ Summer Camp 2019 | July 15-19

PacificSport VI presents XploreSportz for children age 7-12!

Get active this Spring Break! Our XploreSportz Spring Break Camps offer kids the opportunity to explore a variety of sports all week long. There are opportunities to play traditional sports such as soccer or football, but kids will also experience new sport activies such as synchronized swimming and yoga. These camps are a great way to introduce your child to sports in a friendly, safe, and fun environment. All facilitators are qualified coaches and deliver top-notch experiences.

July 15-19, 2019

PacificSport XploreSportZ Summer Camp 2019 | July 8-12

PacificSport XploreSportZ Summer Camp 2019 | July 8-12

PacificSport VI presents XploreSportz for children age 7-12!

Get active this Summer! Our XploreSportz Summer Camps offer kids the opportunity to explore a variety of sports all week long. There are opportunities to play traditional sports such as soccer or badminton, but kids will also experience new sport activies such as synchronized swimming and yoga. These camps are a great way to introduce your child to sports in a friendly, safe, and fun environment. All facilitators are qualified coaches and deliver top-notch experiences.

July 8-12, 2019

All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training

All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training

All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training

Youth across British Columbia fac​e real and significant barriers to participating in sport, recreation and physical activity.

  • Gay, lesbian and bisexual youth are half as likely to play sport as their straight peers

  • Only 3% of persons with disabilities participate in organized physical activity

  • Only 2% of female youth get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day
     

Join us for FREE inclusion training!

Fundamental Movement Skills

Fundamental Movement Skills

The Fundamental Movement Skills of throwing, catching, jumping, striking, running, kicking, agility, and balance and coordination, form the basis for future sport skill development and for the life-long enjoyment of physical activity.

The FMS module will give participants the skills to:

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