Introduction to racket sports for players aged 2+

Learning skills for life through sport

Tiny Rackets gives your child a positive introduction to sport, and helps to develop basic physical and mental skills which will benefit them for their whole life!

Thrive physically and mentally

Sport and exercise are a vital part of child development, helping to build important physical and cognitive skills.

Research shows that starting a sport at an early age builds healthy activity habits which encourage lifelong participation in physical activity.

Why Tiny Rackets?

Tiny Rackets gives your child a fun introduction to sport in a safe and friendly environment.

Our carefully designed sessions introduce children to a range of fundamental physical skills and help develop a positive attitude towards physical activity which will benefit them for life.

JOIN OUR FIRST SESSION

We’re running a series of socially distanced taster sessions to introduce players to Tiny Rackets!

Our first taster is on the 23rd August in the Meadows at 3pm. If you’d like to join, enter your email below.

Megan Munro

Megan graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in Physical Education. She has coached racket sports for four years with Edinburgh Badminton Academy, specialising in developing basic skills with players under the age of ten.

Megan plays badminton at a senior county level and is also an experienced tennis and squash player.

Our Story

Tiny Rackets is an offshoot of Edinburgh Badminton Academy, Scotland’s largest badminton club. Established in 2020, Tiny Rackets was created to help our youngest players develop their basic physical and mental skills in a fun and friendly environment.

Our aim is to provide all our players with the fundamental skills needed to enjoy sport and physical activity for life.