Physical literacy comes from developing a wide variety of fundamental movement skills such as hopping, skipping, throwing, catching and jumping. It just happens that these are key tennis skills as well. Physically literate kids have a lot more fun being active, and physically active kids get higher grades in school, have better social skills, and are happier and more confident.
We do an assessment on each child during the season and track their progression to help them with the required skills to be more active.
Principles based on our Core Values
When you put into practice these three core values it enables you to be see life positively, you become more responsible, take more control of your life, to map out your future, to establish priorities, and execute a plan to stay disciplined and focused.
These lead a person to become more responsible in everything they do. They take responsibility for their actions. Tennis helps teach these core values, by being accountable to your team members by participating each week and taking responsibility for how they play on court. The more they participate in practices the better they improve on court.
Inspiring greatness and instilling confidence, develops leaders on and off the court with these essential core values that we focus on each week.