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Benefits for your school Programme

  • Caters for junior infants to sixth year
  • No tennis court required, our nets can be played in the school hall or yard
  • All equipment provided
  • Low cost programme
  • Fully qualified, experienced coaches, insured & Garda vetted and Church of Ireland vetted
  • Stress free P.E. classes Terms run with school term during big lunch, P.E. class or after school
  • Classes can be taken as part of the P.E. module or after school
  • An excellent, structured, games­based programme where children enjoy success at their own level.
  • Entry into inter schools league which we manage for your school and gives players chance to meet players from other schools and to visit other schools

Benefits for the children include:

  • Developing self­ confidence and a new skill each week
  • Learning to play tennis in an easy and fun way and relaxed manor
  • Getting fit, healthy and active in school and improving social skills
  • Experiencing success at their own level and own pace
  • Learning the ABCs of sport (agility, balance, co­ordination)
  • Developing hand­eye co­ordination and racket skills for life

Benefits for parents:

  • Tennis is a game for life in school ,college and adulthood
  • Very affordable & low cost
  • For the child who is challenged academically, it provides a means ‘to shine’
  • Children with special needs can participate & enjoy success
  • Encourages children to live a healthy & active lifestyle
  • Children are learning a ’sport for life’
  • As most children do not have access to private tennis clubs, the “after­school” part of our program
  • offers a low­cost and convenient alternative for parents. Both the “in­school” and “after­school” portion of our tennis program help children develop hand­eye coordination, concentration, and teamwork, as well as tennis fundamentals. Because the skills involved in tennis are so broad, they can be a benefit those children who play in other sports as well as those who do not participate in any sport at all.