Chess Sparks Services
At Chess Sparks not only do we provide short weekly videos, so beginners can increase their understanding of the game by learning one new important concept weekly, we also provide newsletters and video information for parents and schools from some of the industry’s leading members and professionals providing them with information that they wouldn’t normally be privy to.
Chess-lete is a weekly online programme for juniors and beginners who have just learnt to play. You get weekly five minute videos in which you or your child can learn a new concept, get worksheets on this topic and have access to some of the top chess players from around the globe.
Parents Page is a monthly chess newsletter for parents with articles and video content which gives parents information on how to help improve their child’s chess ability, how to get their child up to county and national standards, information about upcoming tournaments and events.
A combination of Chess-lete and Parents Page. Give you child the best head start, with weekly videos, worksheets, access to top players along with the Parent Page support material on how to help your child improve their chess ability including newsletters and videos.
A yearly e-magazine for schools and clubs with monthly page updates. I have often spoken to schools who have wanted to set up a chess club but didn’t know the steps to take to bring it to fruition. Chess Sparks is a network to help clubs, schools with the process and to give them information about tournaments they could go to or information they could pass on to their pupils. All schools in the ignition programme will also have the opportunity to compete for a giant chess board at the end of the academic year.
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