The Children’s Ringette initiative represents a concerted effort to adjust ringette practices and competitions to meet the needs of children while promoting a fun, safe and healthy environment which supports the development of physical literacy and the long-term development of all players. Children’s Ringette is a program that provides age and stage appropriate physical activity experiences for ringette players under the age of 10.
Children's Ringette Divisions:
There are three progressive age categories in Children’s Ringette - FUN1, FUN2, and U10 (FUN3).
Both FUNdamentals 1 & 2 divisions use small-sized nets and play adapted games of 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 respectively. Smaller spaces ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net, and passes. Teams are split into smaller squads to ensure the majority of players are participating at a time. With these adaptations in the FUNdamentals divisions, children are able to experience maximum participation, practice learned skills, and move through divisions based on skill and readiness. For more program information, CLICK HERE.
When & Where:
Weekly practices take place Wednesday evenings (6-8pm) and games are scheduled on Saturday mornings (9:30- 11:30am).
All events take place at the Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Centre (formerly Pickering Recreation Centre).
The season begins the week following Thanksgiving and finishes at the end of March (some blackouts may apply).
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Regulation Ringette equipment is mandatory to participate in this program. For more information on requirements, where to purchase, and details about our Equipment Rental Program, CLICK HERE.
For more information about our Children's Ringette programs, please contact our House League Coordinator.
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