Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp

Exclusively for London Oratory School pupils
Mentored by The Harlequins Foundation

Using sport to ‘Build Brighter Futures’

London, SW13 0DG
For ages: 11 - 16
£60
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest

A summary

These sessions are provided exclusively to the students of London Oratory School. Join us for a three-day course in core skills development with The Harlequins Foundation’s coaching team. Over the three days, we will focus on; - Core skills development (run, kick, catch and pass) - Developing essential playing skills such as ‘Teamwork’, ‘Creativity’ & ‘Leadership’. - Improving confidence with & without the ball. We will primarily be teaching through the use of engaging small sided games which will be complemented by specific exercises.

About your Mentor

About your Mentor

The Harlequins Foundation

Matthew Williams Matthew is a former Harlequins women's coach as well as a former semi-professional player "Harlequins A side". Matthew has worked with The Harlequins Foundation for four years, and has helped to develop a number of our inclusion and participation programmes throughout the South East. Sheree Cooper Sheree is a current Harlequins women's player (Alianz Premier 15s), and has recently joined The Harlequins Foundation. Sheree is really excited to support young pupils to develop both as players and as people. Rob Voller Rob is a former England University 7s player. Rob has worked with The Harlequins Foundation for almost a year, and has already had a great impact on the inclusion prrogrammes we deliver. Rob is the lead coach of our Wheelchair Rugby team, The Jesters, as well as Harlequins’ Visually-Impaired Rugby team. James Collins-Clark James is a Harlequins Developing Player Pathway Coach, and has supported the academy players at the club for a number of years. In hi...

Our Philosophy

As the charitable arm of Harlequins, we seek to harness the power of professional sport to ‘Build Brighter Futures’ in our local community. This is achieved through three key aims: - Promoting Inclusion - Championing Well-being - Developing Skills You can find out more about the work we do, and how you can support us, here: https://www.harlequins.foundation/

Learning aims

Improving confidence around the tackle area

Kit List

Each attendee will need to bring: Appropriate training clothes Appropriate footwear (sessions are taking place on grass) Refillable water bottle Snacks Any medication (inhalers etc) * Please ensure you complete the child profile on Eequ giving any specific allergies or learning needs. Please arrive having eaten a light lunch at least half an hour before.

Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp block mentored by Harlequins Foundation
Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp block mentored by Harlequins Foundation
Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp block mentored by Harlequins Foundation
Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp block mentored by Harlequins Foundation
Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp block mentored by Harlequins Foundation
Harlequins Foundation Holiday Bootcamp block mentored by Harlequins Foundation

What's provided

Equipment

Safety

Enhanced DBS

Basic DBS

Risk Assessment

Public Liability Insurance

Safeguarding Training

First Aid Training

First Aid Kit

Smoke Detector

Coronavirus Safety Policy

Please note

Please note, it is the responsibility of the booker to satisfy themselves about the adequacy of the safety measures. This platform is merely an introducer and does not verify the items listed here.

Where
we'll be

Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barn Elms Sports Centre, London, Greater London, SW13 0DG

Pricing information

Standard price: £60

Pricing information

Cancellation

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.

No refunds are given except in the case of a cancellation by the Mentor.


Cancellation


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