Tennis After School Club

Good morning all

Following on from Simon Yapp’s (Tennis Revolution) Tennis Taster sessions he delivered in your schools I would like to share with you more details about the after school session we are promoting.

Active Schools in partnership with West Lothian Council verified club Tennis Revolution are now taking bookings for the 4-11 year old Tennis For Kids after school club at Whitburn Academy.

The Tennis for Kids after school club programme is a fun introduction for kids aged between 4 and 11 who may have little or no experience playing tennis before. The Tennis sessions are packed full of games and drills to get kids active, it also gives parents the chance to join in too.

Tennis for Kids includes six tennis sessions led by an accredited LTA coach (Simon from Tennis Revolution), a racket and ball set, and a personalised t-shirt

The first block of Tennis lessons will take place on Thursdays starting Thursday 12th March through to Thursday 30th April (Excluding Thursday 9th and 15th April) at Whitburn Academy Small Gym.

The sessions will be divided into 2 age groups 4-7 and 8-11 year olds. The 4-7 year old session will start at 3.45pm to 4.45pm and the 8-11 year old session will be from 4.50pm to 5.50pm

As the Tennis for Kids programme is a Lawn Tennis Association programme all registrations and bookings must be done with the following website link https://tinyurl.com/t8xwkrq

 

The Tiny Url link will direct you straight to the booking pages for the 2 Whitburn Academy sessions. Alternatively Parents can search for sessions at www.tennisforkids.co.uk  and type in their postcode

The cost is £25 (+£4.99 P&P) for a block of 6 lessons which includes a racket and ball set, and a personalised t-shirt all posted to the participants home address prior to the programme starting

Your help in promoting the sessions is much appreciated

Thanks

Ben

Ben Boatman
Active Schools Coordinator (Whitburn Cluster)

Whitburn Academy
Shanks Road
Whitburn
West Lothian
EH47 0HL

Tennis

Good Afternoon

 

Active Schools in partnership with West Lothian Council verified club Tennis Revolution are now taking bookings for the 4-11-year-old Tennis for Kids after school club at Whitburn Academy.

 

The Tennis for Kids after school club programme is a fun introduction for kids aged between 4 and 11 who may have little or no experience playing tennis before. The Tennis sessions will be packed full of games and drills to get kids active, it also gives parents the chance to join in too.

 

Tennis for Kids includes six tennis sessions led by an accredited LTA coach (Simon from Tennis Revolution), a racket and ball set and a personalised t-shirt

 

The first block of Tennis lessons will take place on Thursdays starting Thursday 12th March through to Thursday 30th April (Excluding Thursday 9th and 15th April) at Whitburn Academy Small Gym.

 

The sessions will be divided into 2 age groups 4-7 and 8-11-year-olds. The 4-7-year-old session will start from 3.45 pm to 4.45 pm and the 8-11-year-old session will be from 4.50 pm to 5.50 pm

 

As the Tennis for Kids programme is a Lawn Tennis Association programme, all registrations and bookings must be made through the following website link https://tinyurl.com/t8xwkrq

 

The Tiny Url link will direct you straight to the booking pages for the two Whitburn Academy sessions. Alternatively, Parents can search for sessions at www.tennisforkids.co.uk  and type in their postcode

 

Tanzania Partnership

 

Pupils and staff of St Joseph’s are continuing to get to know pupils and staff of Mkyashi Primary School, Tanzania.

We are delighted to inform you that, this laptop is on its way to Tanzania with Mrs Strain on Friday the 7th of February.  She has kindly offered to help support education in the area and further develop our links with the people of Mkyashi.  We are sure she will have a wonderful experience and we wish her a safe journey.  Also, we look forward to her return on the 17th of February, where we are sure she will have lots to tell us!

Mr Kildae, who has been working with Mrs Strain since joining St. Joseph’s in January, will continue teaching in Primary 5/4.  After Mrs Strain’s return, Mr Kildae will continue as a member of the teaching staff within the school.