• "Thank you for a fab day - every class voted it their favourite activity of the week."

    - Rachel Clark
    St George's School, Worle

    "The session gave all children a chance to succeed regardless of previous experience.

    Thank you for a lovely morning."

    - Rachel Emery
    Year 2 teacher, Brighton


    Some of the schools and youth projects we have had the pleasure of hooping with over the years. Sessions have included teaching hoop to teens, children with SEN, playing with the hoop with reception aged children, focus on physics / health / team building.


    Super fun classes and workshops for children of all ages, from toddlers to teens.

    Emilie has years of experience in teaching little hoopers; in schools, festivals and event settings.

    She is DBS checked, has a safeguarding policy in place and can provide Risk Assessments for hula hooping.


    Hula hooping is a great way of getting kids to be more active.

    As well as getting them moving it can improve confidence as they discover they can do things they did not expect to be able to. It can be a great way of getting children who are less interested in team sports to engage in movement.


    Format for activities

    We've visited schools as part of Health Weeks, with after schools activities, as a treat for brilliant behaviour and to help schools integrate hooping into their regular playground activities. Getting kids moving and happy is the key - so if you would like us to come to you please get in touch. We're flexible on approaches and aim to work with as many schools as possible to spread the Joy of Hooping.


    Staff are welcome to join in and then they learn (and enjoy) the activity too. It not only models for the kids participating, but can help keep the activity alive in the school after we've left if staff have mastered a move or two.

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