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Victor Schools Badminton Racket

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A short shaft beginner badminton racket for children.
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Technical Summary

Overview

Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Child-Friendly Grip

Designed for children with a shorter grip suitable for small hands, ensuring better handling and control during play.

Improved Hitting

Drop shaped head offers a larger sweet spot, enhancing hitting confidence and accuracy for children.

Performance and Comfort

Durable and lightweight construction ensures excellent performance and comfort, making it ideal for extended use.

Vibrant Design

Eye-catching, multicoloured design adds fun and visibility on the court, appealing to young players.

Enhanced Control

Medium flex shaft and balanced head shape provide a good mix of control and power, aiding skill development.

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Victor Schools Badminton Racket

A short shaft beginner badminton racket for children.

Overview

  • Children need to develop their basic striking skills using appropriate equipment. The Victor schools badminton racket features a shorter grip suitable for small hands, making it easier for children to handle and control. The drop-shaped head offers a larger sweet spot, improving hitting confidence. Constructed from durable and lightweight steel, these rackets provide excellent performance and comfort. The vibrant, multicoloured design adds visibility and appeal on the court.

  • The medium flex shaft and balanced head shape ensure an optimal mix of control and power, aiding in mastering fundamental movements such as running, jumping, and striking. The multi-filament string ensures durability through extensive play, making this racket a reliable choice for Physical Education and recreational sports.

  • This racket supports curriculum goals by offering a broader and more balanced experience of sports and physical activities, which positively impacts physical development.

Supports the National Curriculum

Physical Education, Key Stage 2

Play competitive games, modified where appropriate (e.g. badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball and rounders) and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending.

Physical Education, Key Stage 1

Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.

Physical Education, Key Stage 1

Master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.

Technical Summary

Overview

    Pack size

  • Single

  • Colour

  • Multicoloured

  • Material

  • Steel

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