BEGINNERS is a unique pre school sport program that focuses on essential functional motor skills which transfer to any sport!
The primary focus is FUN within a FRIENDLY & POSITIVE environment for toddlers and children aged 3 to 6 years.
This is where they begin to develop their sporting core fundamentals. Each week will include a different creative theme to help members experiment and explore the joy of sport and become the best they can BE!
Many studies now show the immense benefit for children to be introduced to a variety of movement patterns and sports activities which will (not only) broaden their understanding and enjoyment but also help prevent future potential injuries, any overuse issues and better develop and all-round athlete for a lifetime!
BEGINNERS is delivered and directed by FA qualified coaches who design a fun and comprehensive training syllabus over the training season. Our pre-school specialist coaches will support children with their confidence and social development. The carefully designed program also ensures each valued player will receive the most positive introduction to sport possible, by teaching through structured play and educational early years activities. This proven method from our extensive experience working with U3s - U6s develops our youngest members' physical fitness and mental agility.
BE SPORTS' BEGINNERS program will also help children learn numbers, the alphabet, colors and body parts while reinforcing positive aspects of their personality. Our highly experienced staff will also carefully introduce the very first steps of sport skills and techniques.
We believe the BEGINNERS program is the perfect start to every child's sporting adventure at BE SPORTS!
Please see below the age specific fun and structured classes that helps children to smile their way through an exciting sports journey with us.
UNDER 3 BEGINNERS (TURNING 3 WITHIN THE ACADEMIC YEAR)
UNDER 4 BEGINNERS (TURNING 4 WITHIN THE ACADEMIC YEAR)
UNDER 5 BEGINNERS (TURNING 5 WITHIN THE ACADEMIC YEAR)
UNDER 6 "GINNERS" (TURNING 6 WITHIN THE ACADEMIC YEAR)