JUNIOR HUB SCHOOL PROGRAMME

JUNIOR HUB SCHOOL PROGRAMME IS UNDERWAY

Alleyn's Junior School

2016: FESTIVAL OF FOOTBALL DURING OCTOBER AT ALLEYN'S

Ardingly College Prep School

HUB SCHOOL PROGRAMME

Beechwood Park School

BEECHWOOD PARK HOST SUCCESSFUL JUNIOR HUB FESTIVALS 16-17

Bury Grammar School for Boys

JUNIOR HUB SCHOOL PROGRAMME

Chigwell School

JUNIOR HUB PROGRAMME

Clifton College Preparatory School

CLIFTON COLLEGE HOST JUNIOR HUB SCHOOLS FESTIVALS U10s & U11s

Elstree School

YEAR 3 FOOTBALL FESTIVAL 

Forest Preparatory School

JUNIOR HUB PROGRAMME

Gatehouse School

JUNIOR HUB PROGRAMME

Newcastle School for Boys

THE NORTHERN ISFA JUNIOR HUB SCHOOL SERIES 2016-17

King's Hall School

KING'S HALL HOST SUCCESSFUL Y1 & Y2 FESTIVAL

RGS The Grange, Worcester

JUNIOR HUB PROGRAMME

Rokeby School

ROKEBY HOST U8 DEVELOPMENT FESTIVAL

St. Martin's School

ST MARTIN'S HOST SUCCESSFUL FESTIVALS


St Martin’s School was delighted to deliver football coaching to over 200 children from 8 different schools across three successful football festivals during September. We hosted two skills festivals that included F.A. Lidl Skills coaches. They were on hand to provide skills sessions to over 150 boys and girls aged 8 and 9.

ACTION FROM THE ST. MARTIN'S FUTSAL FESTIVAL

St Martin’s then hosted an indoor futsal tournament for Year 5 boys. Futsal is recognised as a key way to develop technical skills in young footballers and top footballers such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo grew up learning their skills playing futsal. All boys took part in various skill development training sessions, excellently led by Mark Swales from The F.A. and then competed in a series of 5-a-side futsal matches. It was a fast paced afternoon and each team had to rely on their skills and speed of passing. Mr Miller, from St Martin's School, was impressed with the skill level of the children on display throughout the day. “Each boy really took on board the ideas of the game of futsal, trying new skills to find space in a small area. The creativity on the pitch was impressive!” The Junior Community Hub School Programme is a partnership between ISFA and the Hub School to enhance provision of football to boys and girls under the age of 11. Every player received a medal of participation and players from each school were recognised by school and F.A staff as players of the day. 

If you would like your school to take part in any of these events next year, please contact Mr Miller This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Stroud School

STROUD SCHOOL HOST U8s FESTIVAL

Tue 26th June
U11 Girls 7v7 Finals
(St. George's Park)

Tue 26th June
U13 Girls 7v7 Finals
(St. George's Park)