The course runs for eight weeks in total, and you can see which week the course starts below startvecka. You can also see which weeks that has breaks for holidays, and the final occasion of the course, below lovdagar. Monday is counted as the first day of the week.
Our courses are held in Swedish, but of course there will be no setback for a non-swedish speaking child to participate.
In Sporty Tigers can all children between 2-6 years with restless legs try different sports in a playful way. The course is for eight weeks, and we try new different sports every semester. The children will get a chance to try new sports based on their conditions and age. One lesson is 40 minutes and for 2-3 years a parent participate together with the child, and 4-6 years are without a parent. The groups are mixed with boys and girls playing together. The course is built on happiness, experiences and fellowship.
At the 8th lesson of the spring semester we end the school year with Sporty Tigers graduation. It will be a highlight of the semester. The family will get the opportunity to see the students play sports and show what they have learned. Our mascot Sporty will also visit.
We follow the school year, and our semesters is based on one autumn term and one spring term. All our students will be offered to keep the place for the next semester before we open up for new customers.
2-3 years: The child need to have turned two years before the course starts. In this age group it's extra important to have the right age before the course starts. One parent per child is participating actively during the lesson. It is not possible for unenrolled siblings to attend.
4-6 years: For the older age group the child must turn the minimum age (4) in the same year that the semester is ongoing. If your child need you in the age group 4-5 years we have a special place for parents in the dance hall. Siblings can't attend and we ask you to avoid your cell phone. Show your child attention and we get a good lesson.
At some times children need extra support to join the course. We contact you if our dance trainers feel that your child need you as a parent to be present. Then we wish one parent to join as support for your child.