Tribe and schools
Children and young people are our future – and Team Bath believes they should have every opportunity to enjoy sport in a fun and safe environment.
Catering for children from two years old, our trained coaches introduce young children to new sports and develop their skills as they progress.
- Tot Activities (2-7 years old)
- Tribe Activities (7-14 years old)
- School Holiday Activities
- Group Visits/School Trips
Team Bath Futures: Athlete Development
Futures is Team Bath’s all-encompassing youth sport programme dedicated to providing young athletes with the necessary support to realise their potential.
It includes our Athlete Development programme which aims to maximise the potential people from the South West to progress to elite levels in sport, but also many other facets.
To find out more, visit the Team Bath Futures: Athlete Development pages.
Working together to encourage a healthier generation
National property consultancy Carter Jonas has joined Team Bath Tribe’s mission for a healthier generation after coming on board as sponsors of our youth sports programme.
The support of Carter Jonas, whose Bath city-centre offices are based on Wood Street and Lower Bristol Road, will help more than 5,000 children from the ages of two through to 16 get active in a host of sports every week. Find out more about our partnership by clicking here.
Our Facebook page
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Contact our team
The Tribe and schools team is led by Deputy Director of Sport Greg Sharp, who works alongside Sports Development Officer Jess Clements and Tribe Programmes Co-ordinator Stuart Stenhouse to deliver a varied and exciting range of sports academies, camps and holiday schools for youngsters.
Find out more about our dedicated team on the staff profiles page.
Talent Development Centre:
Contact Alicia John, Talent Development Centre Co-ordinator, on firstname.lastname@example.org
See the dedicated web pages for full details: Talent Development Centre
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
Please read our University of Bath Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy (updated February 2014) [PDF]