Our Little Boots program is built around the developmental needs of children aged 3-6. It is a high-energy program that introduces children to the fundamentals of soccer and focuses on skills such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. Little Boots also encourages character traits such as respect, teamwork, and sportsmanship. We provide the opportunity for young children to be fit and challenged through fun games and interaction. Children will also be introduced to competition in a developmentally appropriate manner.
Little Boots because it is an exciting blend of team play, sports skills, and physical development. Every child learns new soccer skills and techniques through participation in tactically designed games such as Cross the River, Hit the Pigeon, What’s the Time Mr. Wolf, and Attack the Sharks. Keeping our focus on fun activities, basic soccer skills are gained during each week’s 30-minute (or whatever time) practice of age-specific levels.
Little Boots is a progressive soccer development program that makes soccer players better and better people. Our holistic and educational approach fosters mental and emotional growth as we focus heavily on core values. Integrity, perseverance, respect, positive attitude, teamwork, and leadership are just a few of the core values we focus on by incorporating a new core value each week and tying it in with fun activities and games.
TFA Football Academy has been providing wonderful extracurricular football classes for MindChamps Nursery, during the past two terms. The sessions they are running are engaging, age-appropriately designed, and a great way of keeping the children healthy and active. The trainers have managed to build strong relationships, in a short period of time, with children and staff. Parents appreciate the professionalism and creativity of the team. They have definitely been a fabulous addition to our early years' curriculum. I would like to highly recommend TFA Football Academy and we would always choose them again as an extracurricular activities provider.