Frequently Asked Questions

What ages do you coach?

We provide regular coaching to children and young people between the ages of 8 and 14. We can provide bespoke coaching to younger or older aged children and young people.

Do you coach boys and girls?

Yes, we are very keen to involve boys and girls in learning to skateboard.

Do you provide equipment?

Yes, we can provide helmets, wrist guards, knee pads and boards if learners don't have their own.

Where do you coach?

We recently launched the programme in Windsor, Berkshire. We will be rolling out the programme in other towns and cities from 2021. Please contact us if you are interested in us delivering our programme near to you.

When do you deliver your programme?

Week-long skateboard coaching: Half day morning sessions Monday to Friday during the school holidays.  

Weekend coaching for beginners: Half day morning sessions Saturday and Sunday during term time and school holidays . 

How much does it cost?

We want to be able to provide the coaching for free or very low cost - we just need to raise money! Any help securing donations or sponsorship would be greatly appreciated. 

What health and safety procedures are in place?

All coaches are trained, vetted, DBS checked and covered by our Public Liability Insurance. All participants are required to wear a helmet, elbow pads and knee pads. At least one coach on site is First Aid trained. An on site Risk Assessment involving safety checks on equipment, ramps and the park/site take place before each session.

If you have any more questions please contact us:

The Skateboarding Foundation helps young people to develop their skills and abilities to enable them to fulfil their potential and participate in society as mature and responsible individuals.
 

Established 2015. Foundation CIO registered with the Charity Commission No. 1166397.

 

info@theskateboardingfoundation.org