Bookings are being taken for the Spireites Sports Club, taking place during the half-term break
Organised by the Chesterfield FC Community Trust, the sessions are held at St Mary’s Catholic High School from Monday to Friday (9am to 4pm) during the week beginning February 17, for children aged 5-11 years.
Attendance costs just £15 per day and encourages participants to get active, make new friends and learn new skills.
As well as football, various other sports are played such as cricket, dodgeball, volleyball and basketball, with qualified coaches working on skills related to those specific sports.
A Pan-disability Holiday Club will also be held in the HUB at the Proact Stadium on Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the half-term break for youngsters aged 5-17 years, costing £15 per day. On Monday, February 17, there will be a Spireites Girls Sports Club at St Mary’s High School for girls aged 7-14 years, which costs £10 to attend.
Nathan Khan, the Trust’s senior sports officer, said: “It’s all about the kids having fun all day. We cater for everybody, regardless of ability and it’s a great experience for them. We have lots of kids who come back because they’ve had such a good time.”
To book, please visit www.officialsoccerschools.co.uk/chesterfield.