Olympians Sports Camp at Cheadle Hulme High School, Cheadle
With so many schools in the Cheadle area, it is little surprise that there are lots of children looking for something to do during the school holidays.
Parents in the area are also constantly looking for ways in which to keep their youngsters active and amused, something which can prove difficult if the British weather behaves true to form.
The good news is that Cheadle Hulme High School is the venue for action-packed, fun-filled holiday sports camps in Cheadle run by the experts from Little Sports Coaching. These Olympians Sports camps run from 9.30am to 3.30pm, as well as wrap around care from 8am to 6pm daily, and are packed full of a multitude of sports and games.
Between a mid-morning break, lunch and an afternoon break, children aged from four to 12 can take part in a vast array of different sports including football, hockey, tennis, basketball, athletics and tag rugby.
These kid’s sports camps in Cheshire are a great way of tiring out even the most energetic of children or boosting the confidence of shy youngsters. Little Sports Coaching specialises in working with young people and knows how to help them get the most out of each and every session they attend.
Every member of the coaching team is fully qualified and experienced in helping children reach their full potential, whilst the sessions themselves are carefully planned to offer lots of fun combined with plenty of opportunities to develop in improve both physical and interpersonal skills.
With the problem of childhood obesity continuing to hit the headlines regularly in Britain, many parents are looking at ways to improve their youngsters’ fitness levels and keep them active.
This can be difficult in areas where local community facilities are in short supply but the holiday sports camps in Cheadle provide a great opportunity for youngsters to enjoy a range of healthy activities and, most importantly, to really enjoy their days.
There are special awards on offer to reward the children who take part in the sessions but there are many more benefits to be had. Youngsters can learn skills that will help them throughout the rest of their lives, ranging from improved co-ordination to better communication skills. And most leave the camps with many more friends than they had before.
Children are split into groups according to their age and ability and the fully-trained Little Sports Coaching coaches will only allow them to use equipment that is appropriate for their age. This means that parents can relax and children can enjoy a multitude of activities in a safe and fun environment, whatever the weather or their levels of ability prior to the session.