School and Club Sessions

Netball Excellence Training visits clubs and schools across the UK to lead specialist sessions to help players of all ages and abilities to excel their game in a fun, engaging and challenging environment.

Sessions will always start with a focus on the fundamentals and will quickly develop to looking at technical and tactical aspects of the game both on and off the court. We aim to give players the confidence to think differently about the game and try new things as individuals and as a squad unit to help take their game to the next level.

Don’t just take our word for it. Take a look at some of the testimonials from clubs and schools below to find out exactly what your team could be missing out on.

If you would like us to visit your school or club, please use the contact form at the bottom of the page to enquire.


The Laurels School, London

PE Enrichment Day

Jenni came into our school to deliver an attacking and defending masterclass to our girls as part of our PE enrichment day. Jenni was very engaging and made the sessions fun for the girls and has made an impact on their enthusiasm for Netball. Jenni made the sessions accessible for key stages 3-5 and everyone walked away from these sessions having learnt something new to add to their netball toolbox! Thank you Jenni!

JAGS School, London

Pre-Season Training

Jenni came to James Allen Girls School to help with our Pre Season. She was incredible and very inspiring for our girls.
The sessions were adapted to the ability of the girls and the girls felt stretch in the drills. From a teachers point of view it was very insightful to have her watch the game play and pick up any small improvements on each team.
I would definitely recommend Jenni and can’t wait to have her back .

Berko Belles NC, Hemel Hempstead

Club Training

Jenni uses simple drills to warm up our bodies, but also gets us thinking about the game and how simple key features of drills, such as communication and working as a team, can be taken onto the court. She carefully crafts her sessions to build, starting with footwork drills — that stretch our fitness too — then moving onto court work and then into match play, each time working on the focused key skills and features for that session. This week our focus was defence, and without giving too much away to our oppositions, we started with defensive footwork exercises. She then built those exercises into court scenarios, and finished with match play, pausing play to show where those skills should/could have been used. Jenni always gives reasoning to situations helping you fully understand the theory behind certain elements, making it easier for us to take her advice into future matches