Ready Steady Go Kids owners Andrew and Cherish Sullivan with Kye Williams, Ben Sullivan and Brisbane Broncos hooker Andrew McCullough at the program’s sign-on day at Slade Hall.
Ready Steady Go Kids owners Andrew and Cherish Sullivan with Kye Williams, Ben Sullivan and Brisbane Broncos hooker Andrew McCullough at the program’s sign-on day at Slade Hall. Michael Cormack

Ready Steady Go Kids is growing to brand new levels

AFTER what owner Andrew Sullivan describes as a great first term, Ready Steady Go Kids is ready to go to another level next year.

The program, which is aimed at introducing children to sport before they are old enough to play organised sport, started out with 15 participants at its inception and has since grown to 35 participants just months later.

"Every kid that has trialled has signed up more or less," Mr Sullivan said.

"It's grown pretty steadily and we're really happy with how it's gone."

Mr Sullivan said the program would restart early next year.

"We're looking at resuming on Tuesday January 27," he said.

"A full term costs between $150 and $170 and that covers 10 weeks and five different sports.

"Basically the program aims to give kids head start with their co-ordination and skills before they're old enough to play organised sport."

After Warwick was the first town on the Downs to host the program, Mr Sullivan said the program was hoping to expand around the region.

"We're looking at expanding to Toowoomba, Stanthorpe and hopefully Allora too," Mr Sullivan said.

The program is still running this year, with Athletics still to go, and people can still sign up if they are interested in giving the program a trial.

"People who sign up now will only pay for the lessons that are left," he said.

"Anyone who is interested in signing up for the remainder of the term should contact me for some special offers. Anyone interested can give me a call or visit our website."

For more information, readysteadygokids.com.au or call Mr Sullivan on 0402 735 355.



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