Children from ages 8 and upwards can enjoy developing their racquet skills here at Bluecoat Sports Horsham. We have a range of squash and tennis courses suitable for all abilities of children aged 8 and up. These courses will help them develop their racquet techniques, strategy and understanding of the games and advance their skills. Our tennis and squash courses for children in Horsham, aim to progress and develop each child in a safe and fun environment to help them grow into future squash and tennis stars.
The clue is in the title for these classes! It’s all about teaching kids the basics of squash and making it fun at the same time. Our squash coaches work with the children to help them hone their skills in a fun and friendly environment. Whether your child is new to the sport and needs some beginner coaching or has been playing for some time, these classes offer a fun way to enjoy the sport. Register for junior squash courses
Junior Tennis Courses
Tennis is a very popular sport with kids, we think many are inspired by parents watching Wimbledon but tennis needn’t last for just a fortnight each year! Our tennis courses help children get to grips with the basics of the sport, learning the game and their racquet skills, developing your child’s technique and confidence. Register for junior tennis courses
If your child is learning to swim or can swim but is looking to improve their technique, then we have full programme of junior swim sessions for children of all abilities. And it’s not just about the classes, we have a Fun Splash session running Saturdays and Sundays during term time and at various times during the school holidays. Our intensive swimming sessions during the holidays are fantastic for developing your child’s swimming skills and they can learn to snorkel and dive too! Find out more about our swimming session for children here.
At this age we believe learning the basics of football should be fun! Our football coach makes these football classes enjoyable for the kids with a relaxed session, helping them learn new skills and understand the game. As a team sport, we often find the children in the class make new friends as they play together and start to develop their ball skills, learning how to work as a team. We hope to be bringing these sessions back soon.