School Partnerships

We currently run golf programmes at a number of schools. One of our partnerships is with New Hall School, Chelmsford.

The School of Golf have been working alongside New Hall School since 2013.

Within that time a pathway from beginner golfer to academy representative has been set with sessions available for students from the age of 5 right up until 17.

List of New Hall School achievements whilst working with The School of Golf:

2015/16

  • ISGA Junior Schools runners up
  • Winners of ISGA Modified Stableford (Sunningdale)

2014/15

  • Ranked 7th in the British Isles on ISGA Order of Merit
  • HMC foursomes area finalists
  • ISGA Junior Open champions
  • ISGA Junior National team runners Up
  • ISGA National finalists, qualifying as Area Champions

2013/14

  • ISGA National finalists, qualifying as Area Champions

We have successfully partnered with a number of other schools spanning across the Essex area.

  • Barnes Farm Junior School
  • Beehive Lane Junior School
  • The Bishops School
  • Chelmsford Cathedral School
  • Felsted School
  • Great Leighs Primary School
  • Kings Road Primary School
  • Perryfields
  • Springfield School
  • SW
  • Trinity Road Primary School
  • WLS

We have received extremely positive feedback from both students and schools, below are just a couple of testimonials from Head Teachers of schools we work with.

If you are a school in the Chelmsford, Basildon or Southend areas, looking for golf clubs to be run before or after school, please contact us.

School Testimonials

Kings Road Primary School

“The pupils respond well to Jack and he ensures the golf sessions in the school are engaging and challenging for children of all abilities. His sessions are always oversubscribed and the pupils at our school thoroughly enjoy them" -

Mr P. Kyriacou, Head Teacher
Springfield Primary School

“Matthew ensures the session are good fun and also that the pupils learn the skills needed to enjoy the sport. A very professional organisation."

Mrs S. Taylor, Head Teacher