We are sorry if you were unable to attend or missed booking a slot for our free taster event on Saturday 4th July. If you would like to come and see what Surrey Soccer Schools is all about then why not come and join us at our next Free Open Session. E-mail us at email@example.com so that we can make sure you are first on the list!
In partnership with physical education and occupational health therapists, we have created a unique and inclusive soccer programme to support the physical, cognitive and physio-social growth of 5 to 12 year old boys and girls.
The programme is specifically built to develop confidence, resilience and collaboration in children by focusing on ball-skills, growth mindset and team work.
Surrey Soccer Schools are committed to the long term health and well-being of the children in our team.
Our sessions take place at 09:00am - 10:30am every Saturday at Parkside School in Cobham, Surrey. Each session is led by two qualified coaches who are DBS checked.
Sessions begin with stretching and warm up games. We teach the children the importance of reading the field as well as developing their control through ball-skills. Our programme focuses on supporting your child’s development through coordination (especially eye-hand), strength, endurance, balance, and physical skills.
We are committed to the responsibility and duty of care for our members. We endeavour to provide the safest possible conditions for play.
Our philosophy is to support the growth of healthy individuals. As part of the team, we aim to promote self-esteem and confidence in children. The development of fundamental movement skills will be nurtured whilst also providing your child with an ongoing sense of accomplishment and independence.
We believe that children’s sport does not have to be about exclusivity and winning or losing. We believe that every child has the potential to shine.
We are one team because every individual counts.
At Surrey Soccer Schools we believe in building social and emotional competences is key. We foster an environment where children feel safe and confident to take risks and look to build their cooperation, responsibility, empathy and self control.
During lockdown we provided FREE Virtual Football sessions every Saturday at 10am for 10 weeks. Our Surrey Soccer Schools Ambassadors popped in for a visit to give the skills to practice.
We have decided to support The Children’s Society, who help to change children's live by working towards a country that is free from disadvantage. Their dedicated project workers and volunteers tackle child poverty and neglect head-on.
Together they help families trapped in debt, support young carers, runaways and stop exploitation. They seek to make a difference with every child they work with.
At Surrey Soccer Schools we are committed to helping children in every way we possibly can and right now because of lockdown we want make a difference to the children who are being dramatically affected.
On Saturday May 09th we organised a very special one-off Virtual Soccer Skills Session through Zoom to raise money for The Children’s Society who are helping so many children affected by lockdown.
This was an inspiring event for the children that participated and at the same time raised £2000 for vulnerable children.
We thank everyone involved, especially the incredible professional footballers. The balls skills were delivered by our ambassadors Willy Caballero (Chelsea FC) and Tim Ream (Fulham FC) who have invited their team members Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea FC Captain), Cyrus Christie (Fulham FC) and Steven Sessegnon (Fulham FC). Music producer Franky Wah has given us permission to use his latest track ‘come together’ to support the event.
Together we will help reach out to all children during these challenging times.
Since the lockdown we have felt a responsibility to support the well being of all children. As co-founders of Surrey Soccer Schools, we are also teachers. We understand the importance, familiarity and routine that a school provides.
Teachers are often a trusted adult who children are able to reach out to. The closure of schools puts many children at risk. Unfortunately there is currently an increase in domestic abuse, and there is likely to be an increase in children who are at risk but are unable to reach out. It is more important than ever to support charities who can support vulnerable children and give them the best possible chance in life.
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We look forward to seeing you at our training sessions.
KT11 3PX, Cobham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom