All our schemes are a unique combination of our services, designed to be a cost effective option for schools that want half day and full day school visits with multiple GB athletes.

The Bronze Scheme involves one GB athlete visiting the school for either a half-day or a full day.

The athlete will deliver an inspirational presentation to start the day, and then run PE lessons with different age groups of students throughout the day.

28,000 AED


Frequently asked questions

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The Bronze Scheme (Full day) involves 1 GB athlete visiting the school from 8:00am to 4:00pm.

The athlete will deliver a presentation in the morning and then follow this up by delivering hour-long PE lessons with different groups of students until lunch.

After lunch the athlete will continue delivering PE lessons until 3:00pm.

Please see the Presentation and PE lesson sections for more specific information regarding these services.

Our timetables are flexible as schools are given the option to edit the structure of the day to better suit their own school timetable.

Schools are able to shorten PE lessons to a minimum of 30 minutes if required.

A bronze scheme full-day timetable:

Time GB athlete 1 
8:00am – 8:45am GB athletes deliver joint presentation
8:40am – 9:00am GB athlete Q&A session
9:00am – 10:00am PE lesson 1
10:00am – 10:45am PE lesson 2
10:45am – 11:30am PE lesson 3
11:30am – 12:15pm PE lesson 4
12:15pm – 1:15pm Lunch
1:15pm – 2:00pm PE lesson 5
2:00pm – 4.00pm PE lesson 6 & 7
The standard price of the Bronze Scheme is:

Bronze Scheme (Full Day) – 28,000 AED


When a date is confirmed with the school, we start the recruitment process for athletes. We contact all athletes and ask for their availability on the specific date.

We then shortlist athletes based on the criteria set by the school, and provide schools with a list of athletes and their achievements. From this, the school can then decide which athlete they would to visit. Athletes In School will also make a recommendation based on athlete feedback from other schools they have visited.

Yes. Athletes In Schools can provide your school with a full risk assessment upon request.
All presentations are specific to the experiences of the individual athlete that is delivering the presentation. As a standard however presentations follow a specific structure and answer the following questions:

Who is the athlete? (Athlete & student icebreaker)
What is the athlete’s sporting background?
What is the athlete’s educational background?
When did the athlete start their chosen sport?
How did the athlete start their chosen sport?
What international competitions has the athlete competed in?
What international medals has the athlete won?
Overall, what has the athlete achieved in their sport?
What setbacks has the athlete had to face?
How has the athlete overcome these setbacks?
What are the athlete future goals?
How will the athlete achieve these goals?
Question & answer session

Teachers are also able to choose from the following topics to cover in the athlete’s presentation:

Anti – Bullying presentation
Anti – Racism presentation
Anti – Smoking presentation
Benefits of exercise presentation
Diet & Nutrition (Obesity awareness)
Disability awareness
Drug awareness
Health awareness (National Health Week)
Sleep patterns & benefits
The history of the Olympic games
Sports specific presentations

PE lessons vary depending on the athlete’s individual sport. Athletes In School can provide primary & secondary schools with lesson plans that highlight exactly what activities will be covered in the PE lessons.

Schools are also able to ask for certain activities based on their preferences. Activities covered may include:

Olympic style warm ups
Speed, agility & reaction drills
Blocks & sprint starts
Sprint relays and baton changes
The endurance challenge
Hurdle technique work & practice
Shot, discuss, javelin technique work & practice
High jump technique work & practice
Learning the Fosbury flop
Long jump/ triple jump technique work & practice
Learning the leg shoot in a sand pit
Competitive relay races