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Sport4kids- Toddler Tennis- Newbold College (18 months to 3 years)

S4K Toddler Tennis is our 45 minute parent and toddler class that is aimed at children from 18 months to 3 years with a focus on providing a fun, engaging and skill-based introduction to tennis.  Toddlers are taught the mini and micro motor skills that form the basis of the primary tennis strokes – forehand, backhand, volley and serve.  Using the Montessori teaching method and the analogous learning recommended by child psychologists, S4K Tennis is an energetic, fun-filled first step into sport for toddlers.  

Our Toddler Tennis group take part in games and activities that can vary from being aboard a pirate ship to playing the part of a superhero and all games include a skill focus, which is cleverly wrapped in entertainment.  Our tennis program is based on the analysis of techniques executed by the Big 5 Tennis Stars – Federer, Nadal, Murray, Djokavic and Warwinka. Why not register for a free taster at www.sport4kids.biz?  See you soon!

Free Taster available @ http://sport4kids.biz/football-venues/binfield

Classes charged on a monthly payment plan of £36.00.  £22.00 membership fee includes Tennis Kit and Practice@Home Skills Book. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Charlie Hodgens
Contact Position
Network Partner
Telephone
0300 303 3866
E-mail
enquiries@sport4kids.biz
Website
www.sport4kids.biz

Where to go

Name
Newbold College
Address
St Marks Road
Bracknell
Postcode
RG42 4AN
Last Update: 28/01/2020

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