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Thu, 25 Apr


Loreto College

Younger Teenagers - All ability - @ St Albans (8)

Learn the space and timing skills - to think outside the box - by playing basketball

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Younger Teenagers - All ability - @ St Albans (8)
Younger Teenagers - All ability - @ St Albans (8)

Time & Location

25 Apr 2024, 17:00 – 18:00

Loreto College, AL1 3RQ


About the event

Learn the space and timing skills - to think outside the box - by playing basketball. Players get better at seeing the depth of space between all the other players. Better at reading the whole of what is happening. And better at timing a movement through the space between all the players - to create a constant flow of options that are hard to defend and easier to score.

Younger teenagers

Mixed and all-ability

5pm - 6pm


St Albans

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5 to 6pm.  Loreto College, St Albans, Hatfield Road, St  Albans Hertfordshire AL1 3RQ - The entrance is on Upper Lattimore Road.  The school postcode takes you their main entrance. This is a link on  google maps


No trials, No squads, No Ego's.

Younger teenagers. Mixed. All ability.

There is a big "ish" with age. 11 is ok, if it works for the player.

The easiest way to pay us using the app which you can get by going to  your phone's app store, search for app called Spaces. Download.  And then enter this code QTKFDS

Don't  let a lack of money stop you from coming. We have free tickets.   Contact you don't need to explain - He  will  just give you the code.

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 players - "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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