Whether your little one is interested in football, ruby, tennis, multi-sports or is simply ready for a more structured kind of run-about we’ve got you covered. Below (in alphabetical order) are sports classes on offer for children of all ages..
All Star Tennis run term time tennis clubs from age 3 to teens. Their Junior Programme is for 3-12 year olds. They create a fun-active learning environment, where children enjoy developing their tennis skills and learn to play. Their courses, based on the internationally recognised LTA Mini Tennis Scheme, are for all abilities.
Parent and Toddler Classes are based around ‘FUNdamentals’ – a fun and exciting programme designed and developed by British Gymnastics, in conjunction with early years specialists to help younger children from toddler to 6 years to acquire essential physical, social and emotional life skills. Classes run on Tuesdays and Thursdays at various times.
Positive introduction to sport by teaching high quality football skills in a friendly, pressure-free environment. Four difference classes tailored specifically to the needs of children between 18 months and seven.
Non-contact rugby for boys and girls from 2 years old. Classes on Saturday mornings on Tooting Common run by dedicated and enthusiastic coaches. Focuses on developing teamwork, co-ordination, confidence, motor skills, socialisation, all in a fun environment.
A child-development based fun multi-sports class for children 2 and up. Children learn the skills for the 7 most popular sports (cricket, football, tennis, volleyball, baseball, hockey and basketball). They offer weekly term time classes and Holiday Camps in all the holidays at The Spencer Club in Earlsfield, The Wandle Rec Centre in Wandsworth, Tooting Leisure Centre, Eddie Catz Wimbledon and Eddie Catz Earlsfield.
Rugby specific play programme for young children and toddlers. Classes in Burntwood School, Wandsworth, Rutherford House School, Tooting, St Luke’s Community Hall, Balham and Rutlish School Playing Fields, South Wimbledon.