The aim of Playball is to introduce young children to constructive and enjoyable sport participation through various age-appropriate programmes. All of the programmes have a “multi-activity” approach, ensuring a competent foundation in all the popular sports played at school. Each programme caters for one age group and covers an extensive range of sport related skills that are pitched at the correct developmental level and is constantly reviewed to ensure your child develops at the right pace, physically, mentally and socially, in a fun, safe and structured environment.
The action-packed lessons are limited to very small numbers to ensure maximum learning and are delivered by experienced, professional CRB-checked coaches who are well-trained in the programme.The lessons have an impressive creative component that ensures your child is never bored and will just love every lesson, week after week. This winning formula has benefitted tens of thousands of children who have themselves achieved competency through our specialist coaching, and have gone on to apply the fundamental skills they have learnt in a variety of sports at school.
Two Can Do Toddler Classes
The toddler classes focus is on laying the basic foundation of movement in order to enable your child to accomplish more challenging sport-related skills as they progress through the Playball programmes. A two year toddler old is still discovering the wonderful things their bodies can do and need lots of practice in basic building blocks like locomotion, balance etc, which is why we focus on:
– Delivering an active start to structured, fun (but formalised) lessons.
– Enrichment of movement experience and participation in sports activities for toddlers
– Motor planning, core strength, balance, stretching, spatial awareness, running, jumping, concept formation and object manipulation.
Watch me @ 3 Playball programme
A healthy balance is maintained between fun and learning as your child is introduced to basic movement and sport development skills which will lay the foundation for future, successful sports participation.
As this is often your child’s first encounter within a formal environment, learning will also be directed towards improving concentration and listening skills.
See timetable below.