As an LTA registered club, our mission is to make tennis accessible, welcoming and enjoyable for everyone. Playing tennis improves agility, balance, reflex speed, hand-eye coordination and general fitness levels (strength and stamina). Tennis teaches concentration, discipline and tactical thinking. Children learn to interact and communicate with others and have fun! Helping build an all-rounder! We welcome children of all abilities. Classes are age-specific and start for children aged 2 and go up to 14 years for those in our Tennis Performance Programme.
Our Tennis Lesson Programme
Term-time classes run weekly throughout each school term. Depending on age, we have classes morning and afternoon available seven days a week. Our timetable is updated regularly; find a class that is convenient for you here.
Our holiday camps are fun and flexible and run during every school holiday. Bookable as single days or a week at a time – with hourly, half-day and full-day options available. We also offer an extended hour option to help working parents with early drop-offs and late pick-up. See our holiday camp options.
Tennis Performance Programme
A structured pathway designed to develop technical skills of players aged 5 – 14 years to a competitive and advanced level, led by our senior LTA qualified coaches. An assessment is required.
Sessions will focus on technique, tactics and movement on the court. Players are presented with detailed reports as well as video analyses on their progress throughout the term by their respective coaches. This will involve internal matches against players of similar abilities. Going forward, we aim to build a squad of players ready to compete in local leagues.
There are regular intakes throughout the year. If you feel your child is ready to take the next step in their tennis lesson, please get in touch with us by email at email@example.com or call us on 020 7376 0006 to arrange an assessment.
Sessions take place in the heart of Kensington at the new facilities at Holland Park School on Saturday afternoon from 2 pm to 4 pm.
Private Tennis Classes
Private Tennis Lesson Groups
Private groups offer an excellent way for your child and their selected friends to get together regularly. They are also perfect as additional, organised practice sessions.
Private group sessions offer maximum flexibility, allowing you to choose the day, time and venue of your choice – as well as usual locations we can travel to meet your requirements if you wish for us to coach the group in a residential garden or private square.
One-on-One Tennis Lessons
Ideal for children who respond well to one-on-one learning, these football classes can be arranged at any time to suit you. They are especially popular with beginners and our advanced players who want extra coaching outside of their regular training sessions.
We can provide additional tennis coaching assistance to children to support their needs in our regular training sessions upon request.
From early years to advanced training, playing sport develops hand-eye coordination, motor skills, muscle development and increases physical strength and energy.
Playing a sport develops important skills for life. Key skills such as communication, teamwork, leadership, tenacity, commitment and ambition are encouraged and nurtured by our coaches.
Teamwork helps to form friendships, teaches social skills, builds self-confidence and enhances all-round enjoyment of our classes. Our club provides a perfect environment in which to make new friends.
A positive mindset is vital in sport. Sport at any level helps to improve concentration and listening skills, and raises self-esteem. As children learn, the sense of achievement gained drives personal motivation to do even better.
Real beneﬁts extend to parents and carers too. The true value of being part of our club can be found in the quality of our coaching, our commitment to the children’s well-being and our celebration of their achievements.
At the end of the day, we send home happy children with a sense of belonging. During their time with us, they are included and encouraged. Their experiences help develop a close parental bond as they share their successes and create lasting memories.