The growing threat to children’s health today is obesity, so getting children outside and having fun through physical activity is vital. They might be safe on the PlayStation, but they’re not getting any exercise. That’s where Little Sports Coaching comes in. We run sports and activity courses which are ideally suited for busy parents wanting various activities for their children in the holidays.

If you are looking for football camps Manchester is a good place to start. Little Sports Coaching run activities throughout the North West, including Cheshire, Stockport and Didsbury. The company provides professional sports coaching and activities intended to give children attending their programmes a positive experience. All the children are included, no-one is left out. The sports camps give children new knowledge and skills they can use for the rest of their lives.

At Didsbury Little Sports Coaching provides their Rhythmix, Mini Soccer and Olympians courses. Children can attend for anything between one day or a full five-day wee k. We run regular courses during the school holidays. Rhythmix is the cheerleading, dance and gymnastics programme. It improves fitness, boosts agility, strength, balance and co-ordination. The dance classes help raise creativity, confidence and self-expression. The course has a wide-reaching effect in many areas of children’s lives.

Mini Soccer concentrates on involving all the children in the game. It’s a smaller version of football.
The pitches are smaller and there are fewer players. The days start and finish with matches. They’re fun-filled and every child gets involved. Each child has their own ball for most of the day . The coaching sessions concentrate on dribbling, shooting, passing and more. A school holiday soccer camp is ideal as all the children have fun and develop at their own speed.

The Olympians course features different sports for children including tennis, football, basketball, gymnastics, tag-rugby, hockey, athletics and more. Each sport is tailored to the age group and there is an Olympics themed competition at the end of the week - See more at: