10 week class term, 40 minutes each week from October 25th - January 10th
[no classes on Novemer 29th and December 27th]
Classes are built around play and games disguising the learning aspect. This format encourages more engagement from the class resulting in better participation.
Soccer skills they will develop
Start to develop a range of kicking
Slow directional dribbling and control
Enjoy scoring goals
It's our first time playing soccer, what will my soccer star learn?
- Our coaches will lead them through a series of organized mini games that help to develop listening skills, balance, running, playing as a group, basic ball skills and foot-eye coordination. The activities will also help to teach gross motor skills that are crucial to healthy development and of course include, scoring lots of goals!
Will they pay attention and be able to do all drills on the first class?
- Every single child is different! Typically at this age our soccer players are attending school or daycare and have a better understanding of using their listening ears. Although we don’t expect every single player to be able to focus on their first day, this does get better every week. Once they become accustomed to the routine and our coaches they will pay attention more and more as the weeks progress. We have to remember that listening to a stranger give instructions isn't the norm for them yet and saying you can't use your hands can be even more confusing.
The Post, Indoor - Sunday 11am
Classes take place at The Post, 100 Dobbin Street (3 minutes from Mccarren park and The Backyard) on a indoor turf field. It's the ideal safe and secure environment.
THE POST BK is a new 17000 Square foot facility proudly offering:
Three full court basketball & futsal courts
Turf soccer court
Yoga and Fitness studios
Community Partner’s Classrooms, Computer Lab, and Offices