Racquet Buddies

Memberships & Rewards

At Racquet Buddies, we know how important it is for our Buddies to be motivated and engaged at class. We have a system in place that helps them to focus and also feel a sense of pride and achievement.

Each year, an annual membership for Racquet Buddies is paid. This covers the cost of the Racquet Buddies t-shirt for the year, a Racquet Buddies water bottle, a reward chart, weekly stamps and t-shirt transfers which are applied every 10 weeks the children attend class. The annual membership is determined by when children join:

  • August – October: £50
  • October – December: £40
  • January – April: £30
  • April – July: £25

Toddlers Classes

Monday

10am - 11am

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

Tuesday

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Wellbank Community Hall, Dundee

Wednesday

10am - 11am

Barnhill St Margaret's Church Hall, Broughty Ferry

Friday

10am - 11am

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Church of Scotland Hall, Newport

2pm - 3pm

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

5pm - 6pm

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

Saturday

10am - 11am

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

 

Primary Classes

Tuesday

4pm - 5pm

Primary 1 - 3.

Wellbank Community Hall, Dundee

Wednesday

4pm - 5pm

Primary 1 - 2.

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

Thursday

5pm - 6pm

Primary 2 - 5.

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

Friday

4pm - 5pm

Primary 1 - 3.

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

5pm - 6pm

Primary 4 - 7.

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

Saturday

11am - 12pm

Primary 1 - 7. Parent and Child Session.

Menzieshill Community Hub, Dundee

Age Groups

Toddlers

  • learn transferable racquet skills which can be used in tennis and badminton
  • develop gross motor skills and hand-eye coordination
  • take part in fun games/activities applying new skills using racquets
  • develop listening and social skills through structured play
  • improve self-esteem and confidence

 

Primary Schoolers

  • learn the names of specific strokes and more advanced techniques to improve play
  • begin to think about basic tactics in a competitive game situation
  • develop gross motor skills with specific footwork patterns
  • learn the rules of play
  • apply skills using racquets and shuttlecocks/tennis balls