SPORTS COACHING FOR SCHOOLS AND
Venue: Chadsmoor Junior School-Burns Street-Cannock-WS11 6DR
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Sports we Offer
A selection of some of the most popular Sports activities chosen by you
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Location For Next Holiday Course
Chadsmoor CE (VC) Junior School
Burns St, Cannock WS11 6DR, UK
We operate most of our holiday courses with the kind support from Chadsmoor Junior School, St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School and Littleton Green Community School
Nationally Recognised Coaching Staff
All our Coaches are highly qualified and experienced in a range of sports to cover all aspects of the P.E Curriculum.
DBS checked to an Enhanced level | NGB Qualified in a range of Sports | Completed First Aid Courses | Attended Child Protection Courses|
We suggest you provide them with warm suitable clothing, indoor and outdoor footwear, if possible football boots and shin pads, plenty of drinks – NO FIZZY DRINKS! Waterproof towel in Summer baseball caps and sun protection..
We allow you to drop your child off up to 30 mins before course starts at no extra cost!.
We always look to get outside to play sports at the course but sometimes the weather puts a stop to this. But don’t worry all our venues have access to indoor facilities so the children can continue the fun activities inside. We would never cancel a course due to bad weather.
We do not need a teacher present, we will deliver sessions independently. If school wishes to have a member of staff present e.g. to observe or to sit in with a certain child(ren) this fine by us.
Our coaches are qualified in a range of sports by the National Governing Bodies, educated by WMSD and/or have University teaching degrees. They have experience of delivering hundreds of sessions within the school environment. .
All our staff are trained in first aid so they would first assess the injury, if not serious we would let them continue to join back in whilst contacting parent or guardians to inform them and also filing a accident form. If in the event it was more serious we would contact parents/guardians and take them to the hospital