Children Sports Activities

 

Tennis:

 

The tennis academy courses will follow the LTA’s mini-tennis and junior tennis awards scheme.

Children will participate in a programme laid down by the LTA that will include forehand, backhand, serving skills etc and will include an emphasis on tennis etiquette.Children will progress through the red, orange and green awards collecting certificates and stickers as they pass each stage.The coach will maintain performance records and ensure all players are monitored throughout the programme.

Stock Brook will wherever possible ensure that any child who shows potential will be seen by the Essex LTA.

Golf:

 

Learn to play golf under first class instruction from our resident golf professional. The golf academy will give juniors tuition on a step by step basis, introducing them to the fundamentals of golf from day one.

The course will also teach juniors a good understanding of the game and golf etiquette ensuring that they fulfil their potential and that they enjoy playing the game.The progress of all golfers will be monitored and on completion of the course they will receive a certificate to highlight their success.

Gymnastics:

 

Gymnastics is an excellent way of improving co-ordination, flexibility and strength.

Exercises will include basic floor work, forward rolls, cartwheels, handstands, splits, head stands etc. The more advanced techniques will include round off’s, back flips, somersaults, forward and backward walk-over and much more.

The courses will be affiliated to BAGA (The British Amateur Gymnastics Association) and follow their accredited award scheme.

 

Football:

 

First Kicks Under 5's Football School aims to 
develop your childs social skills, team building, communication and health and fitness through fun football based activity. Enrol on one of our courses to see your childs confidence and skill develop. Our emphasis is always based on fun.Classes are suited for both boys and girls between 2-5 years old. We have had children as young as 18mnths.

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