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All football sessions will be led by a coach from CS Rangers FC. CS Rangers run teams for children from U7 - U12 in London weekend leagues and many of their coaches teach at schools in London.
CS Rangers was founded by Paul Bruce, an ex professional football player for Queens Park Rangers.The sessions will include energetic warm ups, fun drills and technique work to help all children improve. We will finish off with some all important match play.
All swimming/water polo sessions will be coached by Liam O'Sullivan. Liam has recently been appointed head of swimming/water polo at a leading independent day School in Wimbledon. Liam is ASA level 2 qualified and has been teaching swimming for the past 6 years at schools in Surrey.
The time will be split evenly between the two sports. Swimming sessions will include stroke technique, speed work and learning how to complete a race dive. Mini water polo is great fun for all children no matter what their swimming ability. The children will learn basic rules and more importantly have a chance to experience a new sport.
All cricket sessions will be coached by Jack O'Sullivan. Jack founded LDN Sports Stars and has been deputy head of Sport at a leading London prep School for the past six years. Jack coaches cricket every summer to children aged 5 - 11 years old and aims to simplify a game that many children can find tricky at a young age.
The children will get chance to work on their bowling, batting and fielding. The sessions will include a lot of the technique work and revision of rules that the children will be learning at school. This will give them an extra edge when the next cricket season arrives.
All tag rugby sessions will be coached by Barty Hills. Barty has played Rugby for a number of clubs in England, Australia and South Africa. Barty holds a level 2 UKCC rugby coaching qualification alongside a degree in Sports Coaching and has a real passion for Rugby. He wants to use all his experience to help develop the youth of today. Barty's coaching puts an emphasis on encouraging all children to express themselves in a sporting environment, without the fear of failure. More flair is what he wants to see in the world.
The sessions will include learning the basic rules of rugby, lots of handling and passing drills and most importantly some match play. For some children this will be their first taste of rugby and we want to make it as fun and safe as possible so there will be no contact when tackling.