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The archery


Our center provides archery equipment adapted to the age of the child, and in sufficient number; i.e. a minimum of one arc for three. For the school or extracurricular practice of pupils in cycle 2 and 3, ambidextrous bows, made from extremely resistant composite polymer, are made available. Their light weight, combined with low power and an ambidextrous design, makes this equipment suitable for discovery and initiation sessions. The height of the arches, for ages 6 to 12, is between 54 and 62 inches. The power of our bows is limited to preserve the physical integrity of children in the event of a bad maneuver. Our foam and wicker target making it easy to move gear around. The center of the targets is placed at a maximum height of 1 meter.


Archery requires reinforced supervision. All our supervisors hold at least a federal license and are therefore authorized to lead the sessions. This level of qualification makes it possible to set up quality sessions in complete safety for practitioners as well as third parties.

educational goals

For cycles 2 and 3, we will target the following objectives:
*Stand upright and balanced

* Identify, name the different parts of the equipment

*Recognize his guiding eye, his bow arm and his string arm.

*Respect basic safety rules (distance from shooting lines, collection of arrows).

*Group his arrows on the target


Cycle 2

Cycle 3

Skills worked

Appropriate alone or with others, through practice, the methods and tools to learn

- Learn by trial and error using the effects of his action.

- Learn to plan your action before carrying it out.


Sharing rules, assuming roles and responsibilities to learn to live together

- Assume the roles specific to the different APSAs (player, coach, referee, judge, mediator, organizer, etc.).

- Develop, respect and enforce rules and regulations.

- Accept and take into consideration all inter-individual differences within a group.

Appropriate alone or with others through practice, the methods and tools to learn

- Learn through action, observation, analysis of one's own activity and that of others.

- Repeat a gesture to stabilize it and make it more effective.

-Use digital tools to observe, evaluate and modify their actions.


Sharing rules, assuming roles and responsibilities

- Assume the social roles specific to the different APSAs and to the class (player, coach, referee, judge, observer, tutor, mediator,


- Understand, respect and enforce rules and regulations.

- Ensure your safety and that of others in various situations.

- Engage in collective sports and artistic activities.

Appropriate a sporting and artistic physical culture

- Know how to situate performances on the scale of human performance.

- Understand and respect the environment of physical and sporting practices.

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