Chess Attack! Coaching Cost

At Chess Attack! you get VALUE for your TIME and MONEY.

Some of the benefits of children learning and playing chess ...

  • is a great way to learn goal setting

  • inspires self-motivation

  • develops memory recall skills

  • develops visualisation skills

  • enhances pattern recognition

  • improves concentration

  • develops logical thinking

  • develops problem solving

  • enhances time management skills

  • develops imagination and creativity

  • teaches independence

  • is linked to maths development

  • promotes the development of research skills

  • is linked to proficiency in learning languages

  • develops the capacity to predict and foresee the consequences of actions

  • is an inclusive sport that anyone can play

  • is fun!

  • is a life-time hobby for people of all ages.

  • is a wonderful social activity

  • is art appearing in the form of a game

  • is inexpensive.

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The VALUE you consider reasonable may include OUR ...

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coaching time

preparation time

knowledge

skills

experience

qualifications

Chess resources

chess equipment

worksheets

venue

insurance

utilities

all coaches hold the Working with Children Check government standard

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and your child's development that includes the associated benefits that come from being with like-minded children learning chess - the ultimate critical thinking game, sport, art and science!

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How much do you VALUE quality chess coaching?

We want you to put your own
$$ VALUE on our services. You decide what is a reasonable cost for the value obtained by your child in attending our quality coaching sessions at Chess Attack! 

For comparison, the nominal rate in Sydney for a one-hour group lesson is;

  • in a school class - $12 per child

  • in non-school group tuition - $20 to $30 per child

To participate in formal tournaments ...

each child will be required to be a member of the NSW Junior Chess League. The NSW Junior Chess League fee is $16 per year and includes a quarterly magazine.