The Junior Blues
program offers countless ways for young people to learn new skills, make friends and stay active in a supportive and inclusive environment. Whether your child is jumping into the pool for the first time or training for a regional gymnastics competition, there really is something for everyone.
UPCOMING CHANGES - CLASSES NOT SCHEDULED
A reminder that Junior Blues classes are not scheduled on the following dates due to events and holidays:
ALL JUNIOR BLUES PROGRAMS are not scheduled on May 21st and 22nd due to Victoria Day long weekend.
PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH - children 10 to 13
Kelly Arbour-Nicitopoulos, an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education and an Adjunct Scientist from Bloorview Research Institute is part of a research team at the Bloorview Research Institute at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital and at the University of Toronto that is exploring children and parents’ experiences of the role of a coach in inclusive physical activity environments for children aged 10 to 13 years with and without physical disabilities. We would like to invite you and your child to take part in a research study to help us understand your experiences participating in inclusive physical activity environments, and to understand what you think the role of a coach is in these environments. Learn more.
UPCOMING REGISTRATION DATES
Registration for the Spring + Summer 2016 Junior Blues programs will begin Thursday April 7 at 8 a.m. PROGRAMS OFFERED
U CAN MOVE
(Physical literacy + multisport) IGNITING FITNESS POSSIBILITIES
(Youth in grades nine to 12, with and without a physical disability) AQUATICS CERTIFICATIONS + WORKSHOPS DANCE + MOVEMENT GYMNASTICS SKATING SPORTS
(Basketball + volleyball
*) TRACK + FIELD
PA DAY PROGRAM INFORMATION
We regret that we will not be offering programs on the newly announced PA day in April since it coincides with the final exam period for University students.
INTAKE + SUPPORT
Junior Blues strives to make our programs an enjoyable experience for all participants. If your child has an exceptionality that you would like to share some information with our staff about we ask that you complete the brief Intake questionnaire.
Parents may supply an inclusion aide or support worker to facilitate their child's experience in the program. The caregiver must sign a code of conduct agreement prior to starting the program. Please contact the program for more details. Ratios in the Junior Blues program range from 1:4 to 1:12 depending on age, ability, sport and facility.
RED CROSS - SWIM ADAPTED
Every child deserves a safe, fun water experience
Registration in this learn to swim program is open to children with physical, developmental, emotional and mental exceptionalities. Please email us or call Mandy D'Arcy at 416-978-5505 for full details.
Thank you to RBC Learn to Play grants for providing assistance to implement this program in 2015.
WAITLISTING ONLINE (Important!)
If you would like to register for one course and waitlist for another you MUST complete the transactions in the following order:
1. Complete all registrations
2. Waitlist for preferred days/times/programs Completing the transactions in the alternate order will REMOVE you from the waitlist for your preferred programs.
You can verify if an individual remains on the waitlist by logging into your account, viewing your account and clicking on history for the individual.
Please review the Junior Blues Policies
regarding supervision, refunds and receipts prior to registering as information is subject to change.
Responses to Frequently Asked Questions regarding parent viewing areas, how to enter the facility, what to wear, etc. are posted in the FAQ section.
If you would like to register for a Junior Blues program and you require accommodations due to a disability, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.