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Multi-Sport Foundation Phase (aged 3-9) Coaching Program

SIX POPULAR SPORTS

Qualified Coaches in small groups with age appropriate coaching and development in fundamental movement skills and in all South Africa’s 6 major Sports (cricket, tennis, hockey, soccer, netball, touch rugby).

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LESSONS

There are 4 terms each with a minimum of 8 lessons. Each is designed to complement the stage objective but also to achieve a lesson specific objective.

The lessons are comprehensive and contain three key components, namely, Skills, Drills and Match Simulation.

CANADIAN SPORT 4 LIFE PLAN

This program provides clear data to support the different stages of development. Sports Hub is challenging the coaching world through our deliberate emphasis on the implementation of the program.

FUNDAMENTAL STAGE

Sports Hub focuses on the Fundamental stage of Sporting Development, which takes place between the ages of 3-9 years old, where players are exposed to the fundamentals of the various sports.

5 PROGRESSIVE PROGRAMS

Sports Hub program is age and stage specific. Each program has clearly defined term and lesson specific outcomes to continuously move closer to our goal of developing confident, competent sports players.

Sports Hub is revolutionizing coaching in South Africa through our specialized sports coaching program that functions as a “Sports Incubator” for Foundation Phase students (ages 3– 9 years).

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

COACHING CODE

  • Qualified coaches
  • Child-centered teaching but sport specific coaching (LTPD)
  • Maximum of 10:1 student to coach ratio
  • School sports as a base for skill development
  • Results orientated coaching with the aim to develop each student
  • Age appropriate and stage specific coaching program
  • Age specific sports equipment

SPORTS FOR LIFE PHILOSOPHY

We believe that high performance is built upon, and must co-exist with, recreation and participation. We see a continuum of stages of human and athletic development, not a division between “the best” and “the rest”.