Childrens Football, Cricket and Sports Coaching and Training

Our Approach

A vital part of the future success of Kids TRI Sports is the people who deliver the coaching. This will be achieved by continuously employing top quality coaches who not only meet the statutory requirements of working with children but also match the company’s core values.

Recruitment and selection of the best coaches is critical, as is our in house induction and training programme. Every coach has to successfully complete our rigorous internal assessment program and have an "Enhanced Criminal Record Certificate" before being able to deliver Kids TRI Sports coaching activities.

Holiday Camps

We run holiday camps throughout the year offering a range of sports and activities to assist children in their physical and social development. We run individual and team based games with the emphasis on fun. Our session plans have been developed to provide variety for the children and the opportunity to progress with their skills at the same time.

If you want your school to run a sports camp in the holidays please put us in touch and we will come in a offer a free taster of some of the activities we cover.

Camp Example Structure of a Day

Time Activity
09:30 to 09:45 Registration and day's objectives introduced
09:45 to 10:45 Football skills and drills
10:45 to 11:00 Morning break and refreshments
11:00 to 12:15 Cricket skills and drills
12:15 to 13:00 Lunch
13:00 to 14:00 Multisports games
14:00 to 14:15 Afternoon break and drink
14:15 to 15.15 Matches
15:15 to 15:30 Rest, recover and re-cap before pick up

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1v1 Coaching

If you would like your child to receive expert tuition in a 1v1 environment we would be delighted to help. This could be in most sports and could be carried out indoors or outdoors. We will provide you with a written summary of our observations aided by video analysis.

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Before & After School Clubs

We will run your school sports clubs for you. All we need is space to deliver the club indoors or out and we will do the rest. We have had great success running clubs this year and are looking to build on this next year to support schools with their targets and to support parents and children by providing innovative, engaging sessions where the children develop and learn whilst playing a sport.

One Hour Example Session Plan

Time Activity
ten minutes Session objectives introduced and Warm Up
ten minutes Skill One: Demo and practise
ten minutes Skill One: Progress step one + practise
ten minutes Skill One: Progress step two + practise
fifteen minutes Match encorporating skill one
five minutes Session re-cap and summary

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Tournaments

Kids TRI Sports want to support the local community with the organising of mini inter school and/or club sports tournaments. We have a coaching team with great experience in this area and understand how much the children enjoy taking part in tournaments. If you tell us the sport and help pull together the network of participating teams, we will coordinate it all from there.

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PPA Cover

Let Kids TRI Sports support your school and provide much needed PPA cover in the delivery of top quality sports and PE coaching. We will assist you in the way it best suits you whether that be training teachers to coach sports and PE or whether it be in the delivery of sports coaching itself.

Kids TRI Sports Player Progression Pathway

We have designed a four step development programme for all players in all sports which is relevant to their age. This means that there is a KS1 and KS2 progression framework for kids to follow and for parents to understand.

Below is a comparison between KS1 level 1 cricket and KS1 level 2 cricket.

KTS KS1 Age 5-7 LEVEL ONE CRICKET

  • 1. Underarm throw to partner from 2 metres and catch in pairs x 3 each
  • 2. Underarm throw at target (mini goal) from standing position 3 metres away
  • 3. Stop the ball getting past them when rolled across floor from 5 metres
  • 4. Basic batting grip and stance and ability to hit the ball from a batting "T"
  • 5. Run over mini hurdles (left or right leg lead)
  • 6. Run over ladders (left or right leg lead)

KTS KS1 Age 5-7 LEVEL TWO CRICKET

  • 1. Underarm throw to partner from 5 metres and catch in pairs x 5 each
  • 2. Underarm throw at target (stumps) from standing position 5 metres away
  • 3. Stop the ball getting past when ball is bounced from 5 metres away
  • 4. Basic batting grip and stance and ability to hit the ball from an underarm throw 5 metres away
  • 5. Hop over mini hurdles (left or right leg lead)
  • 6. Hop over ladders (left or right leg lead)

KTS KS1 Age 5-7 LEVEL THREE CRICKET

  • 1. Underarm throw to partner from 5 metres away and catch in pairs x 10 each
  • 2. Underarm throw at target from run up 10 metres away
  • 3. Stop the ball getting past when ball is thrown randomly from 5-10 metres away
  • 4. Basic batting grip and stance and ability to hit the ball straight at target 10 metres away
  • 5. Basic overarm throw technique and bowling technique
  • 6. Run with bat in hand ten metres

KTS KS1 Age 5-7 ELITE/ACADEMY LEVEL CRICKET

All of the above in Level 3 PLUS:

  • 1. High catch x 5
  • 2. Overarm throw at target
  • 3. Bowling at target from 10 metres
  • 4. Straight drive from "T" to target
  • 5. Agility, balance and coordination tests completed

KTS KS2 Age 7-11 LEVEL ONE CRICKET

  • 1. Underarm throw to partner from 5 metres away and catch in pairs x 10 each
  • 2. Underarm throw at target from run up 10 metres away
  • 3. Stop the ball getting past when ball is thrown randomly from 5-10 metres away
  • 4. Basic batting grip and stance and ability to hit the ball straight at target 10 metres away
  • 5. Basic overarm throw technique and bowling technique
  • 6. Run with bat in hand ten metres

KTS KS2 Age 7-11 LEVEL TWO CRICKET

  • 1. Overarm throw to partner 10 metres away to bounce once
  • 2. Overarm throw at target from standing position 10 metres away
  • 3. High catch x 5
  • 4. Run and retrieve ball thrown past 10 metres and throw back to partner
  • 5. Demonstrate straight drive and forward defensive
  • 6. Demonstrate basic bowling technique from standing position
  • 7. Ability to run across ladders / between cones / balance on balance ball / use skipping rope

KTS KS2 Age 7-11 LEVEL THREE CRICKET

  • 1. High catch x 10
  • 2. Bowling at target from 18 metres
  • 3. Throw at stumps underarm from 10 metres and overarm from 25 metres
  • 4. Demonstrate straight drive, forward defence, back foot defence and pull shot
  • 5. Demonstrate basic bowling technique using 5-10 pace run up at target 18 metres away
  • 6. Basic agility / co-ordination / balance and speed tests successfully completed

KTS KS2 Age 7-11 ELITE/ACADEMY LEVEL CRICKET

All of the above in Level 3 PLUS:

  • 1. Outswing bowling technique
  • 2. Spin bowling technique
  • 3. Hit target with straight drive from 20 metres away 5 times consecutively
  • 4. Effective communication in a match situation demonstrated