Skating is a balancing activity so falls do occur and in these days of health and safety, we have to make it compulsory that juniors wear safety pads and a helmet at all lessons. If booked in advance, we can hire out safety pads and helmets but prefer if you bring your own helmet (a cycle helmet will do).
If you forget to bring safety gear, please do not ask to skate.
Outdoor Private Lessons 1-2-1
Are normally held at Victoria Park Tennis Courts, but can be at Bellahouston Park, Brodie Park, Paisley and elsewhere by arrangement. Children only enjoy an outdoor lesson in good weather conditions. The lesson lasts up to one hour, shorter if the child wishes to stop. 1-2-1 Lessons cost £30, skates and pads can be supplied at no extra charge. You must bring a helmet, (cycle) you will not be allowed to skate without a helmet. Minimum age 6yrs. (Note: Currently we can offer some small family group classes, but participants need to take a private lesson first if they cannot stand on skates and move forward unaided.)
Indoor Private Lessons - NEW VENUE Ask for details via contact page
Lessons are held in Glasgow, elsewhere by arrangement. Children enjoy indoor lessons skating on the smooth skater friendly floor and make good progress. The lesson lasts up to an hour, shorter if the child wishes to stop. 1-2-1 lesson costs £30 and skates and pads can be supplied at no extra charge. You must bring a helmet, (cycle) you will not be allowed to skate without a helmet.
Family Skating - Every Sunday
The ARC Sports Hall, Cale Uni, 10.40-12
Family skating is encouraged at our Sunday morning skate session at the Arc Sports Hall, Cale Uni, Glasgow, from 10.40am to 12noon.
Adults £7, Seniors £5, Children £5
There is no charge for a single junior (preferred minimum age, 6yrs+) with a paying adult, £5 charge applies to each additional child.
Note there are no formal junior lessons at this session but help is at hand to get juniors skating.
Kid's Parties / Discos - Subject to Covid restrictions
Try something different, junior skate parties are exciting, fun and popular. Kids who have not skated before can have a learn-to-skate party, for those the can skate choose between a games party or a roller disco.
Have a beginners party for kids that have never skated before.
Try a games party, play Rollerhoc, Football, Basketball, Dodge Ball.
For a roller disco party, we do recommend Rollerbeats.
Cost depends on travelling distance, numbers, how long the event is to last. EMAIL what you would like to do and get a quote. Don't leave it to the last minute to avoid disappointment.