Tots FC Sessions at St Paul’s Church Hall, Heaton Moor
Little Sports Coaching is a leading provider of sports coaching programmes for youngsters in the North West, offering sessions that teach a wide range of skills that go far beyond the sports pitch.
It is recognised that children who get involved with sports from an early age can reap many benefits, and Little Sports Coaching strives to get youngsters moving in a fun and educational manner that can set them up for a healthy future.
For anyone seeking toddler football coaching in Greater Manchester or nearby, then Little Sports Coaching is in a league of its own. Ours Tots FC sessions are aimed at youngsters from the age of 18 months to five years old, and teach a wide range of skills by fully-qualified coaches, in a fun, safe and secure environment.
Our Heaton Moor based Tots FC sessions are geared towards little ones aged 18 months to three years old. The sessions support the national curriculum of learning, and as well as introducing football in a fun, play-based manner, youngsters can expect to gain lots of other skills useful for everyday life. At Tiny Tots level, in particular, children can develop discipline, motor and social skills, learn about colour and numbers and improve balance and co-ordination. New friendships can be formed, too.
Tots FC is aimed at both boys and girls, so if you are seeking a fun and educational way to introduce your little one to toddler football sessions in Heaton Moor or the surrounding area, then this could provide them with an invaluable start. Sessions last for about 40 minutes each week, with coaching taking place in carefully-selected and easily-accessible venues. Our pre-school football training sessions in Heaton Moor, takes place at St Paul’s Church hall, whilst other sessions offered take place in venues such as school or college halls. The unique nature of the Tots FC programmes that teaches a range of skills ensures children will find the classes lots of fun.
One of the outstanding features of the Tots FC sessions is that parents can actively participate in the programme, giving them a sense of involvement and achievement in helping to support their child’s learning and development. Over time, youngsters will gain more independence and self-confidence during sessions as their skills improve and grow.