ABOUT US

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VISION MISSION AND OBJECTIVES

Mission: To change lives through sport and education

Our Vision: Confident youth who are able to maximise their potential, acting as role models within the community.

Our Values: We believe sport can change people’s lives, preparing them for the future where they feel respected and part of their wider local Community

CHANGING LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH SPORT

Our programme is a progressive, structured, adaptable fun filled programme with a range of activities developing basic motor movements. 

Motor skills and drills learning being the base to improve all skills, function, orientation, speed, fitness, spatial awareness, balance, reaction, agility, differentiation, rhythm, speed and co-ordination

Aim

Beliefs and actions in a new approach to children’s skill development

1. To understand children’s physical stages of development to better being able to challenge them.
2. Teach the most versatile movement experiences possible for optimal development, the prerequisite to learning sport-specific skills well.
3. Use a game based approach with stories for holistic coaching.
4. Develop bigger and better brains through versatile movement experiences at a young age.

There are too many children today of age 6-7 trying out a sport that don’t have the fundamentals of coordination that are required to learn, enjoy and progress in the sport of their choice with confidence.
Too many kindergarten PE lessons consists of a series of “fun” games that poorly or indirectly develop good skills. Since it is not believed children can play skillfully at an early age, lessons become time-filler activities.

 

The problem is, one could do those “fun” games for years and still never learn fundamental skills to transition into playing sports later on.

Every healthy child can have the motor skills to learn, play and sample sports by the age of 6-7years, irrelevant of their genetic predisposition. We strongly believe in development and less in the concept of natural talent, but we also need to take a proactive approach versus a reactive approach. Children do not learn skills just by getting older and taller.

We can’t underestimate how early children start to develop these motor qualities and set healthy lifestyle habits.
If children can participate and have the skills to participate their learning is accelerated and their confidence builds, both in sports and as a person.

OUR OVERALL IMPACT AND OUTREACH IN 2021

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