The Galt Minor Hockey School is excited to announce it's new Learn to Skate Superheroes League!
For Ages 3 & Up!
We have seven (7) redesigned fun superhero jerseys for the kids this 2022-23 season!!
2022-23 Registration -> CLICK HERE!!!
THE GMHS LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM STRESSES THE BASICS OF SKATING ONLY
IMPORTANT NOTES for 2022-2023 SEASON
- Sweater Pick Up Day - Saturday September 17th, 2022 from 9 to 10am at Dickson Arena.
Parents will line up outside (socially distanced) at Dickson arena and pick up the jerseys at the door.
- Our first scheduled ice time is Saturday September 24th, 2022 at Dickson Arena.
- The GMHS programs run from Sept 24th, 2022 until the beginning of March 2023.
- Approved Hockey Helmet (CSA)
- Approved full hockey face guard (CSA)
- Approved throat protector
- Elbow protection
- Knee protection
- Gloves (Heavy winter mitts OK)
NOTE: NO SKATERS WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE ICE WITHOUT THE ABOVE EQUIPMENT
These classes are strictly for “SKATING ONLY”. Hockey is a skating game and our aim is to develop good strong skaters.
The majority of the LEAD INSTRUCTORS have 20 plus years experience with the hockey school and are extremely qualified. Together with our team of student volunteers and Parent On-Ice Helpers who are willing to step on the ice, we have always had a program one step above and have set the example since 1967.
The Galt Minor Hockey School takes pride in their progressive learning approach. First we teach skaters how to stand on their own, then basic skating skills are introduced with fun on ice games and activities to keep each week engaging. Falling down and getting back up, striding, T-pushes, tight turns, backwards skating, cross-overs, gliding, side-stepping, different types of stopping techniques and mini obstacle courses are created with cones, sticks, bean bags, rings, etc. to help with balance and coordination.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE: As the season progresses and your child's skating skills become stronger, our Lead Instructors may advise your child be advanced to our Learn to Play program.
For more information about LEARN to PLAY -> CLICK HERE!!