Little Kickers (Swiss Cottage)

Little Kickers (Swiss Cottage)

Little Kickers runs football classes for girls and boys aged 18 months – 5 years on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and Wednesday mornings in Swiss Cottage.

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Tuesday 2.40pm – 3.25pm “Junior Kickers” (2 – 3½ years)

Tuesday 3.35pm – 4.20pm “Mighty Kickers” (3½ -5th birthday)

Wednesday 9.15am – 10.00am “Little Kicks (18m to 2 1/4 years)”

Wednesday 10.05am – 10.50am “Little Kicks (18m to 2 1/4 years)”

Thursday 2.15pm – 3.00pm “Junior Kickers” (2 – 3½ years)

Thursday 3.15pm – 4.00pm “Junior Kickers” (2 – 3½ years)

Thursday 4.10pm – 4.55pm “Mighty Kickers” (3½ -5th birthday)

 

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Little Kickers provides children with an early introduction to the fun and excitement of football and we feel our classes are unique in the broad range of other benefits they offer. Very few pre-school classes offer children the opportunity to learn to play independently of their carer, to share in and work as part of a team and to simultaneously enhance co-ordination, mobility and general fitness, whilst having fun! We offer Little Kicks classes for 18 months 2 1/4 years it is the perfect introduction to the fun world of Little Kickers. Children are introduced to the basics of football (dribbling, striking, goal scoring etc.) in a play-oriented yet structured format, using child-friendly but realistic football equipment. Each child is given the opportunity to work within their ability level but taught in a group environment. ‘Junior Kickers’ classes for children aged 2 years to 3½ years and ‘Mighty Kickers’ classes for children aged 3½ up to their 5th birthday and ‘Mega Kickers’ outdoor classes for children aged 5 & 6.

All our coaches are DBS checked, 1st Aid trained and qualified Football Coaches who have undertaken the extensive Little Kickers Coaching Programme so they are fully equipped with our two core beliefs to take into every coaching session.

Firstly, we believe in something we call “Play not Push”. It means teaching football in a fun, pressure-free environment. We want to give children a positive introduction to sport as a whole, not just football, so they’re more likely to stay healthy and active throughout their lives. Secondly, we believe football can be educational. Coached in the right way it can stimulate imagination and aid early development skills such as learning colours and numbers, following instructions and playing as a team.

 

 

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