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Loreto College (St Albans)

Spectrum basketball 7 year old+ - Parents can play (3)

Enjoy the freedom of playing - thinking - outside the box - by playing basketball

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Spectrum basketball  7 year old+ - Parents can play (3)
Spectrum basketball  7 year old+ - Parents can play (3)

Time & Location

05 Jun 2024, 17:00 – 18:00

Loreto College (St Albans), Hatfield Rd, St Albans AL1 3RQ, UK

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About the event

Enjoy the freedom of playing - thinking - outside the box - by playing basketball. Thinking inside the box - we achieve what we can reach. Thinking outside the box we attain performance beyond our reach. We find other ways we can’t yet see. That once seen we wonder why we didn’t see it before. A Wow moment.

For the broadest spectrum of athletic abilities - to experience the freedom of thinking outside the box - by playing basketball

7 to 14ish years

Parents can play

5 to 6pm

Wednesdays

St Albans

We use the seek, find, and flow coaching methodology to help players add to what they already have - by thinking differently about space and time. Click here to see our policies.

  • The entrance is on Upper Lattimore Road.
  • Here is a link to google maps  - https://maps.app.goo.gl/zVgfyxTZY9u5o5Jo7
  • The easiest way to pay us using the app which you can get by going to  your phone's app store, search for wix.com app called Spaces. Download.  And then enter this code QTKFDS
  • Don't  let a lack of money stop you from coming. We ask for £7.50 but you are welcome to pay what you want.

What players and parents think

We went to the most amazing basketball session in  Hemel at Longdean school. My son is autistic and has ADHD he struggles  to follow instruction and is extremely demand avoidant. This session  took all the barriers away for my son and he had the most amazing time,  his words “I loved it”. Well worth checking out

A young player - "I like Jon’s sessions because instead of telling us what to do we all just work it out ourselves"

A parent - "It’s refreshing to see someone run a sports session with a focus on kindness and flexibility instead of adherence to set patterns based on traditional ways of learning. We have always been made to feel welcome and encouraged to participate and my children gain confidence by being part of something that requires teamwork. As an observer, I enjoy seeing the players thinking about not just themselves but the whole team. It’s not about just playing ball, it’s about creative thinking, consideration of others and teamwork"

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