• Andrew Lawrence X Cobras 

  • Welcome to the registration page for Andrew Lawrence x Cobras U11 sessions (ages 7-11). These sessions will be at St Peter's School from 5-6pm on Mondays.

    The term sessions will run from Monday 15th April -  Monday 15th July (15/04/24 - 15/07/24). 

    There will be 13 sessions included in this term with the half term Monday 27th of May being excluded.

    This session will aim to offer fun skill-based sessions which will keep the children engaged and help them not only develop their basketball skills, but to also understand how to work within a team environment. Our core values will be to  instil discipline, respect and sportsmanship. We offer high-level coaching from current and ex-professional players, as well as coaches, to give the children the best experience possible and role models to look up to.

    We also offer tournaments once a month where the kids are able to compete against another players and teams on the Surrey Scorchers show court.



    • £117
    • £72
    Total Price
  • By returning this completed form: I agree to my child taking part in the activities of the Club. I agree to inform the coaches of any important changes to my child’s health, medication or needs and also of any changes to our address or phone numbers given. In the event of illness, having parental responsibility for the above named child, I give permission for medical treatment to be administered where considered necessary by a nominated first aider, or by suitably qualified medical practitioners. If I cannot be contacted and my child should require emergency hospital treatment, I authorise a qualified medical practitioner to provide emergency treatment or medication.

  • Sport can and does play a major role in promoting inclusion of all groups in society. However, inequalities have traditionally existed in sport, particularly in relation to gender, race and disability. Sport England is committed to promoting and developing sports equality, which is about fairness in sport, equality of access, recognising inequalities and taking steps to address them. By monitoring the profile of young people in sports clubs, NGBs/CSPs and Sport England can identify any issues relating to under-representational of different groups and can develop strategies to ensure all young people have an opportunity in the future developments and progress in sport. www.cobhamcobras.co.uk