Our syllabus & sessions are devised from the RFU Tag Rugby manual and include passing a ball, kicking, attacking & scoring a try, the tag, knock-on, offside and principles of play. We will help to encourage and enforce the carrying of the ball in two hands and prompt players to pass the ball when 'tagged'.Tag Rugby is a completely non-contact invasion game suitable for boys and girls to play together. It's safe non-contact nature, combined with the fun and vibrancy of the sport, has meant that mini tag is now the RFU's official version of rugby for under 8's. The interchangeable nature of possession, leading to rapid switching from attack to defence, means that a range of skills are developed. Co-operation, integration and determination, along with individual and collective responsibility, are all key elements in the game of tag rugby.
Our syllabus & sessions are devised through the F.A and concentrates on developing a child's fundamental core skills (Agility, Balance, Co-ordination & Speed) through fun games, as well as learning basic football techniques & skills needed for a competitive game. Topics covered include long & short passing, dribbling, turning, control, tackling, heading, shooting and match play.
Our syllabus & sessions are created from UKA & ESAA guidelines. Our coaching aims to teach the basis elements of athletics such as running, jumping & throwing, and sessions aim to stimulate interest in athletics and boost self-esteem. They shift the emphasis away from winning or losing, to setting and achieving goals for the improvement of personal or team performances. We encourage children to recognise when personal improvements have been made and these can be recorded.
Over different distances & obstacles; team running; and passing an implement; understanding how technique, rhythm and stride pattern can affect performance.
The basic take offs and landing combinations; understanding how different jumps can be joined together and how some jumps are better for height and others for distance; how jumping can be improved through the development of technique.
A range of throwing actions using a variety of equipment, recognising how accuracy and distance can be increased through the development of throwing techniques.
Our syllabus & sessions are created though MBE (mini basketball england) under the England Basketball governing body.Mini basketball is a game of skill rather than strength and is a mixed activity in which boys & girls are able to play alongside each other. The game offers the opportunity to develop the important skills of running, jumping, change of speed & direction, handling a ball, and shooting at a target. Mini basketball is the children's version of the game of basketball played with a smaller ball, lower equipment and simplified rules. It recognises the significant elements of the game which are appropriate to the age and stage of a child's development, with a philosophy based on the needs of the growing child.
Our syllabus & sessions are devised from the ECB which have specific coaching education plan guidelines for child introductory cricket. We support the game of 'Kwik Cricket' which is a simpler game for all boys & girls from 5 years of age upwards and the emphasis is always on participation and enjoyment. Skills learnt include catching, throwing, bowling, batting, basic positioning, and tactical awareness during match play.
Our syllabus is created through the EHB and session plans are adapted from 'Sport Plan Pro Plans'. The field hockey skills we coach include; passing, dribbling, shooting, tacking, control, turning and match play.
We also follow the 'Quicksticks' programme of introductory hockey designed specifically for Primary School children. Quicksticks is an exciting 4 a side game which is played on any surface and includes a number of adaptations, meaning there is something for players of all levels to experience success and gain confidence, and develop self-belief. Quicksticks encourages players to show determination in the game whether it's on developing their dribbling skills or defending the goal.