Ready to move

Kids’ sports classes are back up and running in full force across Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs, with classes fuller than ever.

Briony Vince, owner of the Bayside area of preschool sports franchise Ready Steady Go Kids, said it was so rewarding to see kids back doing sport again after such a tough couple of years.

“The kids have missed out on two crucial years of motor skill development before they go to primary school,” she said.

“Some kids are coming in and they are really shy due to the lack of social interaction, but within two to four weeks, we are seeing them come out of their shells, fully participating in our classes with smiles on their faces.”

Ready Steady Go Kids teaches kids between 18 months and 6 years old the basics of 10 different sports, including basketball, tennis, athletics, soccer, hockey, golf, AFL, rugby, T-ball and cricket.

Classes run for 30 to 45 minutes. Sign up for a free trial at

If you know anyone who would be a great coach, the program is expanding and needs vibrant people to join the team.

Know someone? Anyone interested can email their CV and cover letter to