School Holiday Hockey Camps
We run School Holiday Camps for children aged 6 to 14 years. Our camps include game play and skills-based courses appealing to young players of all standards. They’re open to all members and non-members.
Suitable for all levels from beginner to regular junior players. Qualified coaches, first aid trained with DBS checks.
February Half Term Holiday Camp
Date: Monday 15th February – Tuesday 16th February 2021
Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm
Format: Two half day camps
Cost: £15 per half day
(Due to the current lockdown, this event is subject to change and no further bookings being taken at this stage – more updates to follow).
Further dates planned for Easter 6th / 7th / 8th April 2021 and Summer 26th / 27th / 28th / 29th / 30th July 2021
For more information, please contact Debbie Webb at Activ8 for Kids, email : email@example.com
These clubs teach ‘England hockey Core Skills’ through a range a fun activities
We run after schools clubs in local primary schools. Our clubs teach England Hockey Core Skills through a range of fun activities, and give particularly state school children added opportunity.
We can support schools by helping with curriculum time coaching. We are in the process of developing a six-session program to develop lesson delivery step-by-step in a safe, supportive and exciting way.
We leave schools with lesson plans and further ideas, with additional England Hockey materials available to support teachers. Contact Rex or Debbie to organise a meeting time to discuss further.
2020-21 is a transformation year for the club and hockey in schools. We plan, with the help of local schools and Sussex and England Hockey Associations, to launch an annual inter-school competition for Junior Schools children aged 10 to 12 years within the Worthing district.
Going forward we also plan to expand this initiative to include children from 8 years old at the lower level, and to 14 years and above at high schools level.
With these two initiatives, our aim is to put hockey back into state schools, without impacting on the precious financial resources of the schools themselves.