Chess Courses für Children
The classes for children in Horgen take place Monday through Friday from 2pm to 7pm. The children attend one lesson of 60 minutes per week. Day and time of the class are defined by the age and chess experience of the child and its available time. Our courses are provided in small groups by professional and experienced chess trainers in order to guarantee best training quality for the children. If you are interested in a trial lesson or need more information about our classes, please contact us under email@example.com or enter your request here.
In addition to the weekly lessons, we offer one hour of special chess training for our subscribed kids. This class takes place on Thursday from 6-7pm. Each week, our trainers prepare a special program for the children regarding openings, mid and end game, chess strategy etc.
During Saturday afternoon we offer our open play hours from 2.30-4.30-pm. The children can meet and get to know each other. They can play chess against each other or experienced seniors and participate in our exciting programm, for example handicraft chess soap, bake chess cookies, viking chess games, FIMO chess pieces, movie afternoons with candy floss, popcorn and hotdogs etc.
Here is the program for the open play hours:
If you are interested in vacation camps, please visit our information site “Vacation camps”
Courses for Adults
Many parents start to be interested in chess due to their children. Therefore we offer adult chess classes (beginner and brush-up classes) in the evening at 7pm. The courses are held on 6 evenings. Course costs: 270 CHF incl. material. If interested, please contact us under firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Trainer in Horgen
Board member, FIDE Trainer, Chess Trainer and branch manager Horgen, responsible for game operations of the youth team, Manager Resort Education and Promotion of young talents of the Swiss Chess Association
T 078 947 92 38
TIMOTHY CHASE, chess trainer Chess4kids
T 077 464 05 82
The course Center in Horgen, Löwengasse 30, is closely to the train station.