MINI SQUASH

confidence, fitness and co-ordination…

Is your school looking for a sport that’ll boost your pupil’s confidence whilst improving fitness and co-ordination levels.

Mini Squash is a great choice. While it offers a great cardio workout, most children won’t notice while they’re having fun hitting a ball around our portable courts and enjoying themselves. It’s an all-year-round indoor sport too, so a great alternative to muddy fields and cold mornings on the playground.

Mini squash is a beginner’s version of squash for 5-11 year old children and is delivered by Mini Squash accredited coaches, who have been through specialist training.

The sessions are fun, teaching children basic skills including racket/eye co-ordination and how to play a game.
The sessions are fun, teaching children basic skills including racket/eye co-ordination and how to play a game. They are also divided into three different levels taking children from basic movement to being ready to compete in local or county competition.

This service can be used as P.E sessions, enrichment within the curriculum or as after school clubs all ran by our qualified staff.

WHAT DO OUR STAFF THINK?

COACH LAURIE SAYS…

“Mini squash is an exciting sport that gives children key skills in both balance and coordination. This high intensity game is played on a portable court that can be used both indoors and outdoors. The lesson plans are both fun and progressive to allow children with different abilities to develop their skills”

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– EVIDENCING OUR IMPACT –

We will continually measure, assess and evaluate the impact of all our services within your school throughout the academic year. By measuring against the governments 5 key improvement indicators we are able to provide vital written evidence to demonstrate effective use of your schools P.E and school sport spend.

– IMPROVEMENT INDICATORS –


Increased participation in P.E and competitive sport.

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Kick starting healthy active lifestyles.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff and pupils within teaching P.E and school sport.

Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

The profile of P.E and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

“Mini Squash is phenomenal, its great fun and I really enjoy it because its something we have never tried before. Each session gives we learn new skills, which we are then given the opportunity to apply within the games at the end of the session”

Finley | Pupil
Lincolnshire Primary School