Primary School

Junior tennis coaching at local primary schools

Tennis Factory teaches before-school junior tennis programs at numerous primary schools that are located close to Onslow Park Tennis Club, Shenton Park.

Currently Tennis Factory does not teach at any local primary schools close to East Fremantle Lawn Tennis Club but is keen to develop links with local primary schools as they are the perfect feeder program into the tennis club. Please contact us if you are a school principal and would love us to deliver our award winning program in your school.

Perfect introduction to tennis at school

Tennis Factory conducts our Hot Shots Red (5-8 years) and our Hot Shots Orange (8-11 years) development programs at numerous local primary schools. The sessions are held before-school (typically 7.45-8.30am) and are a great way to introduce your child to tennis.

We understand life is busy, that’s why the before school tennis program is so convenient

Life is busy, but it is important that your child has opportunities to do sport and exercise daily. With our before-school tennis program, you drop them off to us for their lesson and head to work knowing that we will take care of them.

Tennis Factory’s Hot Shots Red program (designed by our Director Matt Bull) includes different fundamental motor skills that aid tennis development but they also cross-over into other sports.

What primary schools do we offer before-school tennis coaching at?

We offer before-school tennis coaching at the following schools:

·       Freshwater Bay Primary School, Claremont

·       Hollywood Primary School, Nedlands

·       Loreto Primary School, Nedlands

·       Nedlands Primary School

·       Subiaco Primary School

All classes are held before school; you must be a student of the school to participate.

Close partnership between Onslow Park Tennis Club and Rosalie Primary School

Onslow Park Tennis Club is located next-door to Rosalie Primary School, so lots of children come to tennis lessons straight after school. We have a close partnership with the primary school, allowing children to use the tennis courts during sports lessons, conducting Sporting Schools tennis programs, running trials and selecting children to participate in local primary school competitions.