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Ultimate is a great sport for kids to learn – pupils of all abilities can get involved, a high level of sportsmanship is expected, and equipment needed is minimal.

Through playing Ultimate, pupils are taught:

  • Conflict resolution
  • Negotiation
  • Communication
  • Fair mindedness
  • Responsibility
  • Cooperation

 

 

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The sport also caters to a variety of different skills, so everyone gets active and moving around:

  • Throws
  • Catches
  • Spatial awareness
  • Athleticism
  • Coordination
  • Teamwork

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Brighton Ultimate are actively getting involved with delivering sessions in schools, with projects always being planned, delivered to schools, & reviewed. If you would like your school to be prioritised, please contact our Youth Participation Officers.

 

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“The Ultimate sessions that you ran with our children were everything I hoped they would be and more. You brought a new sport into our school and inspired children, who before were not really engaged in sport. Your professionalism and commitment to ensuring that the sessions were both developmental and fun was superb. The children (and parents!) are often asking when you will be in next…Thank you!”
– Mark Sears, Head Teacher, Bolnore Primary

“The sessions were great. The children were really enthusiastic and inspired to continue to play Frisbee at lunchtimes and after school. The three sessions were very well organised and planned and we were extremely grateful for his enthusiasm on a very wet day! We would love to take part in some more sessions if they ever become available – no improvements necessary!”
– Heather Ferrier, St Lukes Primary

“Kids absolutely loved learning a new, interesting sport! (and love throwing a frisbee!)”
– Seb Chick, PE Specialist, City Academy Whitehawk

“The taster sessions that the children took part in as part of national school sports week were really great. The children had lots of fun learning about the game and trying out a number of skills and activities. Most importantly it was a good way for them to stay physically active while also having lots of fun.”
– Rachel Sheppard, Carden Primary

“Your session was very enjoyable. It was well paced and at the level of the children, who enjoyed the session.”
– Brian Ward, St Marks Primary

“”Frisbee is the best thing ever!”- Direct quote from one of the girls in my class who never joins in PE and is one of the shyest little things you’d ever meet”
– Naomi Walsh, Carlton Hill Primary

 

Safeguarding:
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Brighton Ultimate adopts the National Governing Body (UKU)’s Safeguarding and Welfare Policy.
Please contact our Safeguarding Officer, Abi Cohman, for any queries: abi.cohman@hotmail.com

BU Safeguarding Declaration and Points of Contact
Safeguarding and Welfare Policy
Safeguarding – Organisation and Processes

Coaches Code of Conduct:
Brighton Ultimate are committed to maintaining high standards of quality and professionalism through their coaches. All coaches operating under the BU umbrella are required to adhere to the Brighton Ultimate Coaches Code of Conduct.

Risk Assessment:
Please see the UKU Generic Risk Assessments document, from which BU risk assessments are drawn up.