“Play is our brain’s favourite way of learning.” – Diane Ackerman

We're Reiss and Noah. We founded Bizzy Buddies in 2020.

As teachers, we understand kids.

As Primary School teachers, we're highly aware of how much they benefit from being outside of the classroom, running off steam.

“Play is our brain’s favourite way of learning.”  – Diane Ackerman

We've been sports coaches for 20+ years, specialising in Early Years and we are both currently teachers at The Falcons Chiswick. And unlike other "multisports" camps that tend to focus on one sport (football); Bizzy Buddies is where boys and girls, of mixed ages and abilities, can enjoy everything. And in a relaxed environment, play, make or create whatever they want to on the day. (We say relaxed but there’s lots of screaming.)

Kids love us because every camp is different. Parents trust us because every child is catered to.

We're proud to work with various schools in the area, and have become a real community hub for young families in Chiswick.

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Meet the team behind the magic!


Hey, I’m Noah!

I'm one of the directors at Bizzy Buddies. I've been a qualified primary school teacher for 10 years. I'm also Head of Reception and Head of Games at The Falcons Pre-Prep Chiswick.

An ex semi-professional footballer, I've been coaching kids for over 15 years and I'm always surprised by their fearless energy. My passion is to help them develop their fine and gross motor skills, social skills, and hand-eye coordination.

Hey, I’m Noah!

Founding Director

Hey, I’m Reiss!

I'm the founding director and I've been teaching sports to children for over 20 years.

I'm an FA qualified football coach, LTA qualified tennis coach and the Head of PE at The Falcons Pre-Prep Chiswick.

When I'm not running around with the kids; I'm at the gym, going for long walks or reading. I'm also a pro at FIFA! I've previously worked as a nanny (a pretty good cook actually), and I've supported various SEND children in primary schools across London.

I'm really passionate about teaching children and observing their development.

Hey, I’m Reiss!

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