Soccerscool is a coaching-led organization with over 15 years practical experience in London. Our distinctive Play-Practice coaching method effectively involves children of all levels and abilities, improving each child’s individual technical ability and confidence on the ball within the context of developing team play. Soccerscool prides itself on the level of fun, participation, skill and knowledge that children gain from our training sessions.
Our ethos promotes a change in culture where player and team development takes centre stage over a win-at-all-costs mentality. A shift which in time we hope will permeate through to spectators, safe guarding future generations from the foul and abusive behaviour which still pervades in today’s grassroots game. We believe that investment in soccer needs to be at the earliest age with quality teaching and a mentoring programme for coaches. It is within this framework that we can build confident, talented players of the future for the benefit of our national game.
Soccerscool Franchise Partnership Pilot
We are looking to recruit like-minded people with energy and enthusiasm to pilot our franchise initiative. This exclusive offer involves launching a limited number of franchise partnerships in the Greater London area. It is an opportunity for you to be the first in your community to deliver high quality, innovative coaching for 3 to 11 year olds. Find out more by visiting our franchising page.
If you are a reliable and trustworthy individual looking to gain some coaching experience then please get in touch. The future of the grassroots game is reliant on dedicated people like you to help nurture our next generation of footballers.
Arsenal FC CommunityDistance: 1.3 miTourist Information Arsenal Football Club, Highbury House, 75 Drayton Park, London N5 1BU London, N5 1PW
Islington Netball Club are based at The Sobell Leisure Centre. We currenyly run 2 sessions a week both costing £1 per person
Tuesday 16:00-17:30 ages 8-11 Girls/Boys
Thursday 16:00-18:00 ages 11-16 Female Only
*** For Information about Classes - Pls Read!***
N7 Muay Thai Club, Islington London.
Muay Thai (known to some outside of Thailand as Muay Thai kickboxing) is a national sport of Thailand as well as a national passion. It is a fighting technique born out of combat reality. Known as the science of eight limbs Muay Thai kickboxing uses the knees and elbows as well as kicks and punches. Almost any part of the body is considered a fair target and any part of the body, except the head, may be used to strike an opponent. It is considered by many to be the ultimate in hand-to-hand fighting.
Want to improve your strike game? This is the place for you.
*** Price list ***
Membership Fee £20 per year (2016)
(Please bring proof of ID & photo to register)
2016 Monthly fee (Unlimited) £45 (Adult - 16 & above)
Single Class £15 for non members (Adult - 16 & above)
Students with NUS Card £6 per class
NHS employees - £5 per class
Under 16 - £20 Per month
Open Mat BJJ - Coming Soon
*** IMPORTANT ***
Please bring your own gloves, hand wraps & shin guards (if any). Its also for your own hygiene, health & safety.
Bring your own towel and water as facilities are limited.
An Illustration studio with no style. What, no style??
Well, plenty of 'style', but images are produced in so many different media/approaches/concepts each chosen according to the specific commission. The work is produced by technique mixing with content - out of these two an image results - hence the wide variety of work on the website.
Another point is how the surface of the Earth looks... and maps....
Photographs taken from the various space missions have produced the most sublimely beautiful images of the last 50 years or so. The surface of the Earth is a product of chance, elements interacting by accident, producing an ever-changing visuality. This is another factor that governs our illustrated maps, chance, accident and randomness and even at times, chaos theory.
We hope you will enjoy the work and thanks for spending time to have a look.
A journey of food discovery is firmly on the menu at London’s Jenius Social - the vibrant new social hub is set to host a smorgasboard of daily events from cookery classes to food & drinks masterclasses to further your food adventures. Combine that with an onsite gourmet deli and it aims to become the tastiest social hotspot in town – a brand-new destination to eat and meet.
Jenius Social plans to get London talking and sharing, connecting everyone from beginner to gourmet from around the capital and allowing Londoners to indulge their food & drink dreams.
Simply to bring to the attention of the public what Festac Bar - Restaurant - Groove has to offer like Food, Events and Entertainment in general. There are two floors and a Mezzanine level specifically designed to cater for your needs. A visit to the neighbourhood is worth the money, with the London Metropolitan University just a few doors away and the iconic Emirates Stadium - home of the great Arsenal Football Club - a ten minute walk away.
London Metropolitan University Distance: 1.4 miTourist Information 84 Moorgate London, United Kingdom N7 8DB
London Metropolitan University, commonly known as London Met is a public research university in London, England. The University of North London (formerly the Polytechnic of North London) and London Guildhall University (formerly the City of London Polytechnic) merged in 2002 to create the university. With roots going back to 1848, it is one of London's oldest educational institutions.The university has campuses in the City of London and in the London Borough of Islington, a museum, archives and libraries. Special collections include the TUC Library, the Irish Studies Collection and the Frederick Parker Collection.HistoryLondon Metropolitan University was formed on 1 August 2002 by the merger of London Guildhall University and the University of North London. In October 2006 the University opened a new Science Centre as part of a £30m investment in its science department at the North campus close to Holloway Road, with a "Super Lab" claimed to be one of Europe's most advanced science teaching facilities, and 280 workstations equipped with digital audio visual interactive equipment.London Guildhall UniversityIn 1848 Charles Blomfield, the Bishop of London, called upon the clergy to establish evening classes to improve the moral, intellectual and spiritual condition of young men in London. In response, the bishop Charles Mackenzie, who instituted the Metropolitan Evening Classes for Young Men in Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate, London, with student fees at one shilling per session. Subjects on the original curriculum included Greek, Latin, Hebrew, English, History, Mathematics, Drawing and Natural Philosophy. This fledgling college came under royal patronage following the visit of Prince Albert to the classes in 1851. In 1860 the classes moved to Sussex Hall, the former Livery Hall of the Bricklayers' Company, in Leadenhall Street. By this time, some 800 students were enrolled annually.