Our highly skilled and professional coaches are available for Cricket coaching in Primary Schools across West Yorkshire and Lancashire. Devised by ECB level 3 & 4 coaches with experience in coaching across a range of environments, our sessions are inclusive and aimed at developing every child.
“The sessions were excellent and the children thoroughly enjoyed them. The coach was outstanding, and we will definitely use the service again”
Mike Seager, Carr Green Primary School
“All the School children really enjoy these coaching sessions and games and have all responded very positively – those who are less confident in sport have benefitted from the inclusive nature of the various games and there has been a real sense of team support during the different drills and games.”
Andrew Foden, Hursthead Primary School
In 2014 the Cricket Asylum introduced the School 2 Club project, aiming to promote Cricket within Primary schools and the local community, therefore increasing participation levels in grass roots Cricket. Our aim is to provide the schools with specialised coaching which lead to opportunities with local clubs. In addition to this we provide additional coaching to gifted and talented youngsters and help bolster the junior sections at local cricket clubs
- Curriculum time coaching
- PPA Cover
- Sports Days
- Supply Cover
- Breakfast Clubs
- After School Clubs
Not only do our sessions comply with the National Curriculum, we’re also exercising the governments new ‘Playing to Win’ ethos and will develop links with Cricket Clubs in your School’s area. So not only improving children health and fitness but also their desire to succeed.
Your pupils will develop their-
- All round sports skills
- Physical competences
- Lifestyle awareness
- Group cohesion
- Desire to succeed
For more information or to discuss a program to suit your school please contact our Head Coach, Matt on 07775614370 or email@example.com
The coach built up a brilliant relationship with the pupils and had very high standards of behaviour. We would definitely use this service again.
Jenny Holden from Ash Green Primary School