First year students at Bath College are running a free community sports day at the Bath Recreation Ground next weekend.
The day will help students, who are studying for a Level 3 sports qualification at the college, complete their National Citizen Service.
Fifty students have volunteered to run sports skills and games sessions for children aged 7 to 14-years-old.
Families can have a go at dodgeball, rugby, netball and cricket from 10am to 1pm on Saturday October 24.
Students will be offering football, basketball, rounders and a mini Olympics session from 1.30pm to 4pm.
Teenagers aged 16 to 17-years-old need to complete 30 hours of volunteering to receive their National Citizen Service Award.
Careers and Employability Manager Louise Croft said: “We are hoping that it is going to be very popular at the start of the half-term holidays.
“The students are offering a range of turn up and play sessions for a variety of sports, as well as coaching skills sessions.
“If you have children aged seven to 14 this is an ideal event to come along to. It’s free and in a great location just behind the sports centre at Bath Recreation ground.”