Kids’ and Teens’ Sports

Baslow Sports Field:

Fun, coach led sessions to develop skills and healthy competition!

Tuesdays: Netball 

5-6pm Family – for 8yrs+

6-7pm Teens (tolerant adults welcome too!)

Thursdays: Hockey or Football

 4-5pm 5-11yrs

Last Friday of the month: Social Sports for Secondaries

(Currently on hold – please contact me if you would like it to resume)

7-9pm

£5 (includes free drink and snack from the café)

11-16 year olds get free run of the facilities at Baslow Sportsfield. Chose from indoor and outdoor social sports including:

  • Table tennis
  • Table football
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Dodgeball
  • Volleyball
  • Rounders
  • Rocket ball
  • Badminton
  • Frisbee
  • Garden games
  • Wii Fit

Chatsworth Park:

Saturdays: Wild Athletics

9:30-10:30am 5-11yrs

There’s something for everyone (even parents* – see below!) as we adventure out into the park ready for some serious (-ly fun!) athletics action! Suitable for 5-11 year olds, each week we run, jump and throw ourselves towards achieving award levels! Choose from caps, sweatbands, leg warmers or snoods to show off what colour level you have reached! (*There is a Bootcamp that runs at the same time as Wild Athletics that parents and guardians are welcome to attend.). Meet at The Estate Office Car Park, DE45 1PJ

See also our running sessions (suitable for all ages) our adult only Netball, Football and Hockey sessions.

“My 7 year old daughter is a regular at Becky’s Wild Athletics, and absolutely loves it. It is fantastic for her to have such a great time doing sport, and to do ‘proper’ athletics, compared with the ‘throwing the bean bag’ type sport that happens at school. It’s brilliant for us as a family as I go to boot camp while she does her athletics.

She has also been to several of Becky’s holiday camps and always has an absolute blast. Becky plans a huge variety of activities, including games, sport and fun stuff, and I really like the emphasis on healthy eating which underlines it all. They do all sorts of different sports, as well as games, music, cooking, dressing up, etc.

None of this would work if it wasn’t for Becky, who is a delightful person and a complete star. My daughter absolutely adores her.”

~ Claire Cadogan

Care and safety of your child:

All coaches are qualified and insured to work with children, each holding an up-to-date DBS certificate (formerly CRB). They all have experience working with younger age groups and have been especially selected both for their coaching abilities and professional yet friendly and caring manner with children.

Prior to your child’s participation in the clubs you are required to review the following documents below and to complete the necessary forms where indicated. Thanks.

Forms to complete:

Safe in care forms – Please ensure that you have completed a Safe in Care form for your child prior to the camp. The form can be downloaded here.  Alternatively we will have spare copies on hand to complete upon arrival at the club.

For reference only:

Child Protection Policy

Coaches’ Code of Conduct

Liability Waiver and Informed Consent

Terms and Conditions

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