T-BALL and SOCCER
T-ball, the firm favourite sport in Term 4 has really taken off with a bang. T-ball is essentially baseball for children. This manipulative, strategic and multi skill level sport is a mixture of cricket and rounders and is sure to have a large calling. In the winter, we would like to introduce hockey and soccer. The children will be given careful and personal attention in smaller groups – with extra coaches.
CRICKET with COACH KYLE
The Elementary Sport program is slowly starting to take shape in gearing itself towards more formalised competition. I have managed to enter the school into a Bakers Mini Cricket tournament that takes place every Wednesday at Western Province Cricket Club. I look forward to watching our cricketers in action against various other schools!
MULTI SPORT PROGRAM with COACH KYLE
Coach Kyle will provide the younger children (2-4) with and introduction to sport through organised physical activity. The older group (5-6) will receive a more technical focus on sport-specific activities.
There is an old saying that goes - "Those who wish to sing will always find a song!" Now, your child has the opportunity to discover their song right here at Stepping Stones Montessori. 2022 will see the re-introduction of the Stepping Stones Choir where the children will find their voices with the guidance of a specialized vocal teacher. Students will learn fun vocal warm-ups, songs of various styles and how to harmonize!
Marcio “Beleza” Lopes has been teaching Capoeira in Cape Town since the late 1990s. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art, that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music. What to see more? https://youtu.be/kbl-y0XE_2o
TENNIS with BTM
BTM use specialized equipment with modified tennis courts to maximize the child’s improvement. We have fun games & activities based on the fundamentals of balance, co-ordination, agility, movement, and racket and ball skills. Our coaches will collect your child from Stepping Stones, walk them across to the St Cyprian’s School for their 30 minute tennis lesson and bring them back after the lesson is done. 4 children allowed per group, to ensure maximum playing time.