Children Taught in 2019
Schools We Worked With
Percent Female Students
The Year Skateboarding joins the Olympics
What a fantastic morning the children at Bodsham School had with you yesterday! They absolutely loved all the challenges that you set them and couldn't believe that skateboarding could be part of the school curriculum! You were patient and kindly, encouraging them every step of the way. We really appreciated your time with us and do hope that you will be able to visit us again.
"Just to advise that a great day was had by all. My personal thanks to Geoff who was brilliant especially with the youngsters, including my daughter who had never been on a skate board! Guess what she wants for Christmas!!!! I look forward to seeing your guys again in April."
The children loved the lessons, they were all kitted out properly with safety gear. The sessions really extended children where appropriate and he was really supportive with the children who were nervous.
"Just a quick email to say a big thank you to yourself and Sam! The children (and staff) had a lovely time. Sam was very professional, enthusiastic and kept to time! Some of the parents on facebook said – “She loved this, thank you to Sam and the school for organising it” and “it was the first thing he told me about at pick up time! This was a big hit, especially his stunts!”. Thanks again.”
An amazing day! The children came back to class animated and there was a definite buzz about skateboarding, from both boys and girls. The adults enjoyed the difference of the activity and the obvious exhiliration the children experienced. Thank you again for your time and the lovely rapport you developed with the children.
"Team Rubicon led a fantastic day of scooting, skating and biking for our young people in Leatherhead this weekend. Their staff were brilliant at encouraging and supporting everyone who took part, and our young people came away with more confidence and a new range of skills to test out on the newly refurbished skate park. We will gladly welcome them back again."