child is sure to leave with a smile on their face and you can be rest assured that you have left them in the capable hands of our DBS checked, Paediatric First-Aid trained and fully-qualified
coaches. All our coaches regularly attend Safeguarding Children courses."
What happens on a Holiday Camp
- Activites include football, basketball, dodge ball, tennis, board games, lego, arts and crafts and seasonal games to keep every child
- Each child is allowed to choose what they would like to do and are not forced to 'join' in with something they don't want to
- All children receive certificates for attending the holiday camps and some of the lucky ones will go home with medals, trophies and
prizes for showing good attitude and effort.
- Our holiday camps Plus service offers additional fully supervised fun and games for the children until 5:30 pm.
What to bring
Each child should bring the following:
- Packed lunch.
- Plenty of non-fizzy drinks (all our venues have facilities to fill up water bottles).
- Any medication they may be taking/need with them.
- Suitable clothing and footwear for the weather and for moving around.
- Shin pads for football/multisports holiday camps.
- Suncream for our Summer term holiday camps.
Standard Holiday Camp times and Info
- All our holiday camps run from 8:30 am through to 3:30 pm and we offer FREE EXTENDED HOURS until 5:30 pm. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR
CHILD(REN) ARE COLLECTED NO LATER THAN 5:30 PM)
- The parent or designated person collecting a child or children from a holiday camp will be required to sign their child(ren) in and out
at the start and end of the day
- PLEASE NOTE: Our camps do not open until 8:30 am each morning and, therefore, a child or children CANNOT be dropped off and left in the
care of our staff before 8:30 am.