Typical Camp Sports Include:
- Playground Games
- Relay and Obstacle Courses
- Tag Rugby
- and so much more!
Keep your child busy and let them burn off some energy during the school holidays at our camps.
We use the same formula of rotating sports and games to keep the children busy and engaged throughout
the entire camp. The camp programme is always different; we strive to incorporate feedback from the children
themselves so that we make sure to be playing the most relevant and fun games at the time.
Our camps are well staffed, with low coach:child ratios. All our coaches are DBS checked and trained by our head coaches.
We have at least two paediatric first aid trained coaches & safeguarding officer present at all camps. We have a great
coaching team that return camp after camp so they really get to know the children and enjoy being there as much as the
Our camps are outdoors, remember there is no such thing as bad weather just bad clothing!
We run in most school holidays so check out the latest camps using the link below:
We want our camps to be as inclusive as possible.
Whether your child is a sport lover, or has never participated in a camp before there will be something to suit them. If your child has a disability or you have any concerns about how they can join in, please drop us a line so we can talk it through with you.
For children starting school from the following September up to ten years old, there is something for everyone.
Our Coaching Team is made up of:
Between them they have a wealth of experience and a passion for making sport fun for children.
We always operate with very low children : coach ratios as every single child enjoying their time and learning their skills is important to us.
We always have at least 2 paediatric first aiders on site and all our coaches are DBS checked!
We split the children into teams for the camp.
We usually split them based on the children’s ages but are always willing to make exceptions for friends to be together.
Whether the children with friends or on their own, we make the camps very inclusive and the children always leave having made new friends too.
For some children this can be their first introduction to team games, a valuable skill to learn.
We always end the camps with our famous team obstacle relay races, and there is not a better sound than hearing the children cheering on their new friends!