The Passport to Rio club is delivered on a Thursday morning from 8am. The children are able to try out different Olympic and Paralympic activities including: sprints, long distance, hurdles, standing long jump, speed bounce, tennis, football, goalball and many others. Each child has an individual passport to record their activities. Many of the children who are attending this club were reluctant to join in with other sport activities which were offered at the school.
The club has been so popular that the school have introduced similar activities at lunch times. They are now rolling out passports to other pupils who are keen to keep a record of the personal activities.