Ware Rebels Basketball Club, through ‘Basketball Partnership’ provide weekly community coaching sessions within East Herts and Broxbourne. The sessions provide coverage for 3 particular groups –
Years 3 – 6 (8-11 year olds) and Years 7 – 11 (12 – 16 year olds)
Primary Community Sessions
The primary community sessions are run in partnership with Wodson Park Sports Centre. They are based around allowing every individual from 8-11 years old the opportunity to play basketball and improve, developing their skills and enjoying the game to prepare them to more forward in their basketball development. Each session costs £4.00 and can be booked directly with the sports centre.
Wodson Park Sports Centre – Tuesdays – 4pm – 6pm – To book call 01920 487091
Secondary Community Sessions
This programme is open to Boys and Girls aged 12-16, with a maximum of 30 young people per session. The sessions provide the opportunity of participating and developing their skills within the sport of basketball. These sessions are run in partnership with Broxbourne Borough Council and Active East Herts and cost £2.00 per session.
Commencing October 2013 at Presdales School Sports Centre in Partnership with Russell Hoops
Contact Ben Russell (07791 011043) for more details
All coaches at these sessions are also involved in delivering coaching at Ware Rebels Basketball Club, which provides the players with continuity with their Basketball Development.
The community coaching sessions provide exit routes into Ware Rebels Basketball Club Junior Section. Through our links with partner organisations – players will also have the opportunity to gain extra performance coaching (should they wish to) through academy sessions delivered by Russell Hoops and those who are 16+ can be signposted to post 16 Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) Academies, which is designed for athletes who are dedicated to wanting a career in basketball/sport at a performance level.
Special Olympics East Herts
Ware Rebels work closely with Special Olympics East Herts to support the development of SOEH Basketball Club. The club provides the opportunity for both children, young people and adults with learning difficulties to participate in basketball on a weekly basis. Rebels support the club by providing coaches to deliver at the sessions and are also looking to further develop this partnership by offering SOEH the opportunity to attend Rebels home fixtures and participate in sessions before and during senior fixtures on the show court.
For more information about our community sessions, please contact the community team on firstname.lastname@example.org