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National Ice Centre

Glide into the exciting world of ice skating at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham. Children under the age of 5 can skate for free in a dedicated Tots Zone to help them grow confidence on the ice at their own pace.

If you’re new to skating, friendly staff will teach you all you need to get started in the Warm Up Zone before you hit the ice.
You can choose from a variety of fun sessions throughout week including family skate, club sessions and foam parties. A lively and fun activity to enjoy with family or friends, ice skating is guaranteed to get your body moving.

Many of Great Britain’s bright young skaters train at the National Ice Centre so you’re in good company. The National Ice Centre is home to the GB Speed Skating Team who compete in the Winter Olympics, and home to CBBC’s Ice Stars so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for speed skaters and Ice Stars on your next visit!

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Schools Ice Skating Programme

The National Ice Centre’s award winning Schools Ice Skating Programme offers an exciting, motivational and fun experience for children – with all participants receiving a national qualification, accredited by the National Ice Skating Association (NISA), upon completion of the programme.

Over 16,000 children have participated in the programme to-date and it is seen by the Youth Sport Trust as being an inspiring way for young people to take part in PE and sport who are not yet engaged.

For more information email our Sport Development Officer or call 0115 853 3064.

Key Facts:

The Schools Ice Skating Programme consists of six weekly, one hour sessions

Sessions available 1:15pm Monday to Friday, subject to availability

Available for up to 35 pupils per session

Aimed at all abilities; should you have children with any particular special needs we will endeavour to accommodate for all parties – please get in touch prior to your session

School groups are collected by bus and brought to the National Ice Centre

Professional, CRB checked and fully qualified coaches

Opportunity for further development via NIC skating lessons

In addition to the Schools Ice Skating Programme, subsidised ice skating sessions are available to school groups at £3.50 per person – what a great way to reward children or round off a productive term or school year.

To learn more about our Schools Ice Skating Programme or book a skating session for a school group, call Matt Bradbury – Sports Development Officer on 0115 853 3064.

Urban Hockey


Urban Hockey is a fast moving, exciting playground sport which is helping children of all ages to engage with PE. Based on the game of ice hockey, participants learn to stickhandle, pass and shoot like the pros.

This exciting sport can be played by anyone irrespective of age or ability and is used by many local schools to support their PE lessons. It has been developed to teach youngsters the basic and fundamental skills of hockey, whilst providing a unique opportunity for children who may not usually get involved in sporting activities.

If you would like the NIC to bring Urban Hockey to your school or to learn more about the sport,  email our Sport Development Officer or call 0115 853 3064.


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