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Easter Camp 2021

We are pleased to announce our Easter Camps will be running in Folkestone, Ashford and Canterbury this April. Currently we are taking bookings for 3 day bubbles. To book simply click visit the camp venue page you would like your child to attend:

Folkestone Camp

Canterbury Camp

As we did with our Summer Camp, we will be running a reduced timetable compared to what we would usually do during a half term. To align with government guidelines we will be inviting children to join bubbles for their bookings, where they will take part in our Super Theme days, with all activities available at each venue.

Due to the impact of Covid, it has not been possible to run in all the locations we usually would. Although we are trying our best to run in West Malling and Tunbridge Wells we are unable to guarantee that these will take place. We encourage parents, if you can travel to one of our camps, to book there for the time being.

Below is a reminder of how things worked over the summer and are due to stay this way.

Here’s how things will work this Half Term

You can only book a block booking for a camp. In most instances the choice is either a full week, 3 day week or two day week. There are 15 spaces per block booking and each group will not interact with the other groups. This is essentially their bubble. Throughout the week/3 days/2 days this group will have the same 2 coaches with them and not interact with the other groups, having their own designated spaces. The diagram below shows how this will work.

NOTE: There is no single day bookings and you will not be allowed to show up on the day and pay. You must book online before the camp date.

All camps will be SUPER THEMED! Running less venues means we can have more equipment at each venue and having children come for a block booking means we can develop an awesome team culture amongst that group.

Groups will work on a schedule throughout the day across multiple themes, so for example: The “full weekers” might do Wacky Racers in the morning and NERF in the afternoon, where as the “3 Day campers” might do archery in the morning and water activities in the afternoon. Each group will have their own equipment and in the rare instance that equipment is used by two groups on the same day, it will be wiped down and cleaned between the second group using it.

With 3 venues operating at one time, Our ratios for April will be be a 2:15 (2 Coaches/teachers to 15 children).

Finally, just to say. We recognise this is not an easy time for all. So if for any reason you do not feel comfortable with your children coming to our camps, or your personal circumstances do change in relation to the impact of Covid-19, please let us know.

We also encourage parents, if a camp you wanted is full, to add your name to the waiting list. Our booking software will then automatically add you if someone does cancel, and it allows us to make decisions whether we want to open more bubbles.

Finally, if you would like more detail regarding the things we are doing this Half Term holiday to make camps safer, you can read more about this here.

Wishing you all well at this time!

Ian (Director)