At Ready Steady Go Kids we are embracing the methodology of franchising in order to achieve our goal of continued growth so that every UK child has access to, and can benefit from, the Ready Steady Go Kids programme.
Ready Steady Go Kids launched in the UK in January 2013 and is expanding rapidly. Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia’s largest and most reputable multi-sport and exercise program for children (aged 2 – 7). We have been operating since 2004 and currently run classes at 100+ locations in Australia. Our high-quality, physio designed program teaches young children the fundamentals of 10 sports in a fun, non-competitive, team-based environment.
Ready Steady Go Kids seeks to develop a lifelong passion for physical activity and sport, decrease childhood obesity, increase confidence and prepare children for participation in school and their community. We are proud to be at the leading edge of children’s sports programs throughout the world.
Our success to date is testimony to the high quality of our program.
We offer franchisees multiple benefits including:
To be successful you will need passion, energy and motivation. If you love working with children and believe in the benefits that sport and exercise can have on a child’s development, then, Ready Steady Go Kids would love to hear from you.
“Children that struggle with spatial awareness can have difficulty with simple tasks as they move within their environment. When your child has trouble with balance, coordination, runs into furniture, moves awkwardly, has trouble with personal boundaries and can’t read the chalkboard, they may not have full spatial awareness.”
The Ready Steady Go Kids Team is wishing you a very happy and active 2017!
“An excellent, fun and ethical franchise that encourages children to enjoy a variety of sports from a young age.”
“I’m very excited about the future for Ready Steady Go Kids and am looking forward to continually provide your child with the many benefits our program has to offer – we are more than just a sports program! #readysteadygokids.”