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Saturday Sports Skills

Our sports club offers a unique opportunity for children to try their hand at a variety of exciting sports. Our dedicated coaches teach a range of key skills that will support your child in whatever sport they choose to tackle. Whether it’s football, gymnastics, rugby or cricket that your child loves, they are sure to learn new techniques that will help develop their sporting prowess.

Our multi-sports skills course is open to children from Year 1 to Year 4. The weekly course is held at Highfield and Brookham School and all children from the local community, and beyond, are welcome to come along. Join us today to help your child foster their love of sport and reap the benefits of a healthy and happy Saturday morning.

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Our Approach

There are so many benefits to regular sporting activity at any age. Your child will immediately feel the rush of endorphins after a good run around, but sport offers so many more benefits. With our Saturday Sports Skills sessions, physical benefits are a given. But our sports course will help make sure your child’s mental health is in good shape too. The carefully-tailored courses help build confidence and self-esteem, as well as focusing on teamwork and respect for others. And your child is sure to forge new friendships while learning essential life skills along the way.

Our approach encourages healthy competition and good sportsmanship. This will allow your child to build resilience and flourish in a safe and encouraging environment. Our aim is to help your child find a real interest in sport which they can take with them for life and pursue future opportunities to develop their potential.

Our Sports

Over the course of the year, your child will enjoy a range of dynamic sports, including hockey, football, netball, tag rugby, athletics and cricket. The different sports, which feature many different skill sets, are introduced in a way that is accessible to everyone, from children who train every week to those who have never held a ball before.

Our programme runs on a termly basis with three 10-week terms each year. Each term, our coaches will focus on two different sports and the fundamental skills required to play them. Additionally, they will draw out transferable skills that can be carried over from one sport to the next, including ball handling, dodging and marking, and coordination.

Our Facilities

Saturday Sports Skills makes use of our fantastic facilities at Highfield and Brookham. Our first-rate facilities include an all-weather astro pitch, tennis and netball courts, cricket pitches and athletics fields, and so much more. And should we face bad weather, we simply move to our indoor sports hall, so the course can run regardless of the unpredictable English weather.

The fantastic team of coaches have many years of experience teaching sport to children and they are hugely passionate about building children’s confidence through their enjoyment of sport.

Our Sessions

Children will be kept busy with a variety of games throughout each session. We ensure every activity is tailored to your child’s age and ability.

The 5 and 6-year-olds will enjoy exercises to help develop core fundamental skills such as balance, coordination, movement and control. Smaller groups allow our coaches to adapt their approach and deliver a suitable level of challenge for your child.

The 7 and 8-year-olds will develop the core skills further and work towards more specific techniques required to play a range of different sports. Your child with have the opportunity to put all they have learnt into practice by playing mini matches at end of term of each term.

Dates, fees and booking

The sessions run on Saturday mornings from 9:30am – 12:00pm (term time only)

Summer 202420th April – 29th June
(half term: 1st June)
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Terms and conditions


    1. Parents/guardians are permitted to watch the sessions which are taking place on the Astro pitch only.
    2. Parents are not permitted to be present anywhere else on site
  • FEES
    • Full payment must be paid at the time of booking. Your place is not confirmed until payment has been received.
    • Any bank charges we incur due to returned payments will be passed onto the parent.
    • ALL sessions, regardless of pupil absence due to illness/School trips/events/activities (including Highfield and Brookham trips/events/activities) are charged for.
    • Please note that the term dates follow the Highfield and Brookham Schools calendar.
    • Sessions are available for children in school year 1, 2 and 3. It is the parent’s responsibility to inform the Highfield and Brookham Schools School of when their child will be coming to the end of Year 3.
  • Highfield and Brookham Schools reserves the right to cancel a session at any time. Any cancellations will be credited to your account.
  • Highfield and Brookham Schools will endeavour to give as much notice as possible of any School events that would prevent the sessions from taking place. All cancelled sessions in this instance will be credited to your account.
    • Notice of cancellation by a parent must be given, in writing, by the half term holiday of the current term e.g. if the current term is the Summer term and you do not wish to continue in the Autumn term, notice must be given by the last day of the Summer half term holiday.
  • Notice received at any time after that will result in the following:
    • Due to broken limbs or long term illness: 50% refund of missed sessions cost
    • All other reasons: no refund will be given
    • Highfield and Brookham Schools will endeavour to provide the same coach for all sessions for the entirety of the term. However in the instances of illness/absence, relief coaches may be used without prior notification.
    • Highfield and Brookham Schools reserves the right to change coaches at the start of a new term.
    • It is the responsibility of the parent to ensure that any required medication e.g. epipens, inhalers etc are present and contained safely within their child’s sports bag.
    • If a child is unwell or has an accident requiring emergency treatment, the parent/guardian/emergency contact will be contacted via the contact number/s provided on the booking form. These contacts must always be available whilst the child is attending a session. Parents are solely responsible for ensuring that the emergency contact details are up to date and must inform he Highfield and Brookham Schools of any change.
    • Any child known to be or found to be suffering from any infectious ailment or condition will not be allowed to participate in the session and it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure that the child is fit and well enough to participate. Highfield and Brookham Schools will not accept liability for any infection passed on.
    • Any child who has been confirmed as having concussion must advise Highfield and Brookham Schools.
    • If a parent/guardian does not disclose that their child is suffering from concussion, Highfield and Brookham Schools cannot accept liability for any injury caused at the time of the session, nor any subsequent deterioration in health/condition thereafter.
    • Highfield and Brookham Schools cannot accept responsibility for the medical condition or other needs of any child unless a full disclosure of the details has been made at the time of enrolment or following any medical diagnosis confirmed during the course of the term.
    • Highfield and Brookham Schools will endeavour to accommodate the change in circumstance, however depending on the extent of the change, accommodation cannot be guaranteed.
    • The use of camera, mobile phone or video photography/filming is strictly prohibited at all times. Anyone found to be taking footage of any kind will be asked to delete it immediately and may be asked to leave.
    • Highfield and Brookham Schools will not under any circumstance, accept responsibility or liability in respect of any damage to or loss of any goods, article or property of any kind brought into or left on the premises.
    • Any property that is found at the end of sessions will be placed in the lost property area at reception. Any unnamed property that remains unclaimed at the end of term will be donated to a local charity shop. Exceptions: 1. Any items found deemed to be of large monetary value are taken to the main Highfield School Reception.
    • In the event that a child’s behaviour/actions during the session is such that it causes a level of disruption that is deemed to be too excessive by the Coach, Highfield and Brookham Schools reserves the right to remove the child from the session.
    • In the event that this disruption is ongoing, Highfield and Brookham Schools reserves the right to permanently remove the pupil from the Saturday Sports Skills without prior notice.
    • In the event of a child or parent/guardian refusing to obey an instruction from a member of staff, behaving in an unruly manner towards a member of staff or any other person, or causing damage to premises or any of the fixtures or equipment in those premises, the child shall not be permitted to continue with the sessions.
    • Highfield and Brookham Schools shall then have the right to terminate the contract without further notice and without being required to offer any credit or refund and the child will not be accepted for any future sessions.