Mr J White (PE Co-Ordinator) St Bernards Catholic Primary School


"TSR provide first-class cricket coaching for children of all ages. The vast experience of Kelly and Mark in particular shines through all that they do. Their expertise doesn't end in just working with the children through offering an excellent bespoke package for staff training also. This element of the provision is vital in terms of creating a sustainable model that empowers teachers to become more confident in delivering lessons themselves. In short, a thoroughly professional organisation that I would highly recommend for all schools. Keep up the good work!"



Mrs Constable (Yr5 Teacher) Hall Green Junior School


Fantastic sessions - children were engaged and used skills during lunch and break times, I have some great ideas from the sessions.




Mrs Robbins (Yr5 Teacher) Hawkesley Primary Academy


Fantastic sessions!  The children learnt a lot at a pace which matched their learning perfectly.  Behaviour management was excellent!  I learnt a lot to help my own professional development.  The children couldn't wait for cricket each week.



Mrs Murphy (Yr3 Teacher) Princethorpe Junior School


The children have progressed rapidly.  They have noticed how much their skills have improved and so have we.  It has had a great impact on confidence and self esteem.  The coach has a great relationship with the children.  They look forward to working with him each week.



Mrs Palgrave (Yr2 Teacher) Allens Croft Primary School


All session delivered professionally and tailored to year group.  Pupils loved the sessions and clearly got better / gained skills throughout.  The coach was able to break down skills so pupils could master them.



Mrs Holden (Parent)


A great week, with great bunch of enthusiastic coaches! Both Cameron and Ruby loved their time with TSR. Please come back to Kenilworth and run another course soon!



Mr Machin (Parent)


Will had a great time over the course of the week, as you may have guessed!
He enjoyed the 'international' competition and also the opportunity for some hard ball cricket. It also gave him the chance to play a bit more cricket with some of the Kenilworth boys he ordinarily would see only at training or in Sunday game.