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For Schools

In2Hockey follows on from hockey’s introductory 4-a-side game Quicksticks, designed specifically for Primary Schools and 7-11 year olds.

For more on Quicksticks please visit www.playquicksticks.co.uk.

Whether your school already plays hockey or is introducing the game for the first time, In2Hockey has something to suit you! With the range of resources and equipment options, the game can be adapted as necessary to suit the hockey knowledge of the teacher, the experience of the pupils, the surface available to play on, and also the equipment that is available.

 

Supporting delivery of In2Hockey is the following:

In2Hockey Equipment

England Hockey has developed a range of In2Hockey equipment to aid the delivery of the game, including a range of balls to suit delivery on different surfaces. To view the whole range of equipment, please click here.

 

In2Hockey Resources

The game of In2Hockey is accompanied by a range of resources to support delivery including delivery cards and 6-week session plans for each year group linked directly to the national curriculum.

 

Training Courses

Three courses are available on introducing and delivering In2Hockey, introducing goalkeepers and developing umpires. Each course is available as a practical course or online.

England Hockey also offer free teacher training workshops for those who are new to delivering the game. For more information on visits our website here.

 

Free England Hockey Schools Membership 

Interested in finding out more about hockey on a regular basis? Join the England Hockey Schools Membership scheme and keep up-to-date with the latest news on all things hockey – including Quicksticks, In2Hockey, School Games, competitions, exclusive offers and much more.

 

The Player Pathway

The Player Pathway provides an environment that helps all junior players realise their potential, whether that means they are the best club player that they can be, seek a lifelong commitment to the game through coaching, or volunteering, or perhaps go on to represent England or Great Britain at junior or senior level. For full infomarion click here