Sports, games, arts & crafts, competitions and much more... our holiday camps are jam packed with exciting things to keep the kids active and entertained during the holidays - it's cool, it's fun, and it's definitely not boring!
Staff clearly enjoy working with the children. They spend time speaking with children so that they really get to know them well. Children enjoy developing their physical skills. For instance, as they use the trampolines, play badminton, swim and play team games. At the creative table, children enjoy making 'Aztec' buildings using paper plates, straws, glue and tape. Children thrive in this stimulating childcare setting. Their health and wellbeing are always at the centre of staff's practice. Children display high levels of independence and a good sense of belongingOfsted 2019
Holiday camps are divided into three age groups,
4-5 years, 6-7 years and 8-13 years
to ensure that the children get the best from their activities.
Children enjoy action packed days full of varied activities including
inflatable fun, playstore, sports, and games,
trampolining, competitions and arts & crafts.
holiday camp cost per day (9.00am - 3.30pm):
£27.00 key status card
£17.00 key concession card
£34.00 standard (no key card)
30, 31 May, 1 June
(weekdays except bank holidays)
Book in person or online - see below for details
If you're a working parent or just need a little extra time these extended hours sessions are geat options!
Add as many sessions as you need (your child must be attending that day's holiday camp) and we will keep them entertained until you can pick them up!
Monday - Friday 8.00am - 9.00am £4.35 per session
Monday - Friday 3.30pm - 6.00pm £7.75 per session
Late pick up charge: £5 per 15 minutes
Registration forms will be sent out as part of the parent pack and are available from reception.
Childcare vouchers are not accepted via online bookings.
Customers wishing to use childcare vouchers must book no later than 10 working days before the date of your first activity.
My children love coming to the holiday camps, they make friends, enjoy the activities and variety of things they can do - and then come back worn out - what a bonus!Claire, February 2019