Children's Sports Classes in Cobham, Hersham and Guildford
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The aim of Muddy Boots Kids Sports Club Ltd is to introduce young children to constructive and fun movement through a multi-skills in sports children's program. Muddy Boots believe that setting up a positive approach towards sport and physical activity at an early age is fundamental in supporting lifelong participation.
The classes tailored towards toddlers follow a holistic approach and aims to explore learning through experiences relating to the cognitive, physical, social and emotional development of the child.
Muddy Boots Kids Sports club follows the Long Term Athlete Development stages model by providing a wide range of specific movement skills and physical activity in a safe and secure environment.
The focus at Muddy Boots is to deliver FUN but formally structured sessions while developing the Fundamentals of Movement (FoM) and Fundamentals of Movement Skill (FMS) in a multi skills environment. We teach in a creative way to encourage your child to explore and discover throughout the activities.
Our emphasis at the Muddy Starters (children between 16 months and 2 years) and Muddy Fun (children between 2 and 3 1/2 years) stages is on participation rather than competition and to ensure that their experience in sport is a positive and happy time.
Classes are held at Hersham Village Hall which is within very close proximity to Weybridge and Walton on Thames
Special Education Needs (SEN)
Adriane has worked with SEN children delivering PE classes as well as after-school clubs and truly enjoyed the position.
Adriane found very special their ability to live completely authentically, and their invitation to everyone they encounter to do the same.
'Our vision is renewed and refreshed every time we allow ourselves to see life through their eyes'.
Adriane believes that every child has a different learning style and pace. Furthermore, each child is UNIQUE, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding!!!
Adriane welcomes children with special needs in her classes!