Hockey Camps


Camp dates and costs

Where When Cost
St George’s College
Weybridge Road
KT15 2QS

February 2018

14th – 16th

11am – 4pm

£40 per day

10% for siblings

Free Camp T-shirt

Eltham College
Grove Park Road

February Camp

12th – 13th February

11am – 4pm

£40 per day

10% for siblings

Free Camp T-shirt

Newbury & Thatcham H.C.
Henwick Lane
RG18 3BN

Easter Camp

3rd and 4th February

11 – 4pm

£35 per day

10% for siblings

Free Camp T-shirt

Eltham College
Grove Park Road

Easter Camp

9th – 11th April

11am – 4pm

Bookings will

Open Mid Feb



All players attending the camp need to bring their own shin pads
and gum shields.

Players will not be allowed to take part without
their gum shields or shin pads.

Stickwise doesn’t provide goalkeeper

Stickwise can provide sticks for players that don’t have
their own.

Coaching staff

Stickwise are very selective when it comes to inviting coaches to
the camps. Great players don’t always make great coaches. Only coaches with the ability to deliver the Stickwise ethos of “keeping hockey fun” are employed to coach
at our camps.

Stickwise coaches are not just great players and even better
coaches, they are also people who put the players needs and
requirements before their own. All of the coaches love hockey, love
working with children and love coaching.

How the children are grouped

Tigers (5+ year olds)

The Tigers group provides coaching for our youngest players.
Coaching is delivered in an extremely fun environment, based on
fun challenges and competitions.

Development Group

The development group is split into three tiers based on ability
levels. The overall objective for this group is to provide a pathway
between the Tigers group and the Performance group. Coaching is
still delivered in a fun environment with challenges and
competitions, but the skills and techniques covered and more
advanced than the Tigers group.

Performance Group

This group is coached by Calum himself and is aimed at the older
and more experienced players at the camp. The morning session is
used to deliver the most up to date techniques and playing styles.
The afternoon session allows players the opportunity to apply their
newly learned skills and techniques in competitive matches.

Our approach to coaching hockey

Stickwise hockey camps are designed to make learning fun! Children are told what to do at school, at home as well at their sports clubs; and rightly so! However we are seeing more players quitting hockey at younger ages.

Our camps are designed with the players themselves in mind. We want to keep hockey fun and constantly remind them why they started playing to begin with. Our skilled coaches still deliver high quality sessions and up to date techniques, however it is done in a more relaxed and open environment. The players themselves can dictate what they want to learn along with the coaches input advising them of other skills they may not have been aware of.