This week the LSC Schools Cricket Competition was held at Whalley Range Cricket Club, and we couldn’t have picked a better day.

Little Sports Coaching run Primary Schools Competitions each half term for our partner schools and the wider school community, and this half term it was an sunny afternoon of cricket.

Would your five-to-12-year-old child benefit from a confidence boost or would they benefit from an environment where they can make new friends and have lots of fun? Do you have a girl or boy who likes nothing more than kicking a ball around?  If so, our kid's mini soccer sessions in Leeds may be just what they need.

 

The Little Sports Group has an exciting announcement to make!

Opening next month, will be the newest business managed by Little Sports Coaching, Luxury Silky Cuticles Nail Salon in Stockport!

 

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Bradford families pilot ‘ExerScience’!

Bradford-based parents and children have been learning how to combine a nutritious ‘5-a-day fajita’ with fun, friends and football to help them understand the benefits of combining healthy eating and sport through a pilot programme called ‘ExerScience’, where parents learn whilst children exercise at the same time.

 

At the Youth Sport Trust 2018 Conference at the end of last month, it was announced that the PE and Sport Premium funding will remain at £320 million, double that of 2016/17.

 

Adam Casey is the most recent addition to the apprentice team, he started LSC in November 2017. His journey proves there are no barriers if you’ve got the enthusiasm and initiative to create an opportunity for yourself, whilst showing how accessible and wide ranging apprenticeships are.

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Harry started at LSC in November 2017 as an Apprentice Coach in Manchester office, one of the company’s three cities (Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool), and he's enjoying the challenge!

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Shauna joined the coaching staff at LSC as an apprentice in September, working in the Greater Manchester area, and has always enjoyed sport. “When I was younger I used to play lots of different sports, such as netball, football and I enjoyed cross country too. I also did some related work experience previously which got me interested in coaching, as I love working with children. Also I don’t like to just sit around, I like to try new things, so this role is ideal.”

 

Joe Evans, Apprentice Coach at Little Sports Coaching, tells us why he wanted a career in Sports Coaching and why others should consider it too.

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