We work with highly qualified coaches who are also professional athletes with real sporting achievements under their belts. They are coaches, but also role models who can reach people in a way that teachers, parents and peers often cannot.
Jump for Health provides coaches for schools. All Saints College, St Charles Square Working with KS 3 and 4 students, supporting the development of the school team and developing players to league level. The school is a member of the AOC league and plays regular tournaments. 2017 regional champions.
Safe Haven Basketball is a club for young people aged between 14 to 25 with learning disabilities. Jump for Health coaches work with Safe Haven to deliver high quality basketball coaching throughout term time in the following venues: New participants are always welcome to try out. All abilities are encouraged to join.
in conjunction with Safe Haven Basketball, Jump for Health provides a league for learning disability teams to compete against each other regularly in an all London league
Jump for Health works with individuals at all levels of the game who wish to develop their basketball skills. Speciality coaching for learning disabled young people who require one to one coaching to access the sport. Elite sport coaching from our highly qualified and experienced coaches for athletes seeking to take their game to the next level.
Jump for Health works with all age groups to engage and support participation in basketball. Currently working with Badabings women’s team in Westminster, a weekly scrimmage session held at Little Venice Sports Centre on Wednesday evenings. Community Basketball League: Currently coaching a team which plays in the CBL (Hackney Jedis)