Mini Soccer Holiday Camp at Priestnall School, Heaton Mersey
The sun doesn’t always shine during the school holidays and this can make keeping kids active and amused a tricky task for parents and carers – unless they have discovered Little Sports Coaching Mini Soccer football camps in Stockport.
Camps are held all around the area, including at Priestnall School in Heaton Mersey, offering children the chance to spend the day ‒ or more than one day ‒ learning new skills, practising old ones, and generally having fun and making new friends.
Mini Soccer holiday camps in Heaton Mersey are packed full of fun games, mini matches, and skills and drill training. These activities are sure to give youngsters plenty of opportunity to blow off some steam and to improve their game, both on and off the pitch, even if their homes are short on space and it is too cold or wet to head out to the park.
Children don’t have to be destined for footballing stardom to enjoy the sessions. If they like to play games, meet new people and learn new things, then our kid’s Mini Soccer football camps in Stockport have plenty to offer.
The sessions are aimed at children aged from four to 12 years, start with warm ups and small-sided games, before moving on to lots of opportunities for youngsters to learn new skills and practice their shooting, heading, dribbling and passing.
The children are separated into groups according to their age and ability to make sure they get the most out of the experience. All the action is overseen by fully-qualified coaches who understand how to get the very best out of the children in their care.
The coaches’ approach does not involve putting pressure on youngsters to perform, however. Every child is given the space and the feeling of security to allow them to develop at their own pace, spurred on by lots of praise and attention.
To complement the nurturing environment, our camps share a schedule similar to a school day. There are two breaks and a lunch break to make youngsters feel comfortable and at ease in their surroundings and with the flow of events.
The sessions are a great way to boost youngsters’ confidence, concentration and social skills, complementing the physical benefits that can be attained. These range from the obvious improvement in football skills to better agility and fitness and higher levels of co-ordination, balance, and agility.
The many different skills learned at camp can be transferred to all walks of a child’s life, such as the way in which they communicate at home and how well they concentrate at school.