Struggling for ideas to keep your little ones busy over the summer break? Well, you’re not alone! Here are six summer camps in the city to keep your kids productive, while also giving you a well-deserved break!
1 Goals Football Holiday Camp
Banish the holiday boredom with football at Goals Football Holiday Camp.
These fun and secure camps are a great way for boys and girls aged five years and above to learn everything about football during the summer holidays.
From the fundamentals of the game to lessons in tactics, fitness and healthy eating – all taught by FA/SFA qualified coaches on state-of-the-art pitches.
Camps take place at Birmingham Perry Barr or Star City. Book your spot today: www.goalsfootball.co.uk/kids/holiday-camp/
2 Aspire Active Camps
Aspire Active Camps ensure your children are kept active during the summer holidays in a safe, structured environment – giving you peace of mind!
The camps are Ofsted registered, meaning that parents can pay using childcare vouchers, making for an affordable childcare solution over the school break.
Children are encouraged to participate in a range of sports and activities, in addition to other outlets such as music and drama – all helping to enhance their skills and confidence while also making some new friends!
Find your nearest camp here: www.aspire-sports.co.uk/active-camps
3 The Strings Club Holiday Camp
The Strings Club provides award-winning musical experiences for children aged 4-11. This Ofsted registered holiday camp brings together the very best of childcare and music education to engage and inspire your children during the summer holidays.
Each fun-filled musical activity at the camp focuses on the Strings Club’s four key areas of development that they believe are crucial to helping your child reach their potential – Music-Based Skills & Knowledge, Communication & Language, Physical Development, and Personal, Social, & Emotional Development.
Book your spot today: www.thestringsclub.org/what-we-offer/holiday-camps
4Ackers Adventure Holiday Programme
Ackers Adventure’s school holiday programme offers exciting outdoor activities and a host of other creative challenges including skiing, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, zip wire and archer, to name just a few.
Taking place from 22nd July to 30th August, each day includes two outdoor activities for just £30.00 per day, or £130.00 for the whole week.
The activities are organised and run by fully-qualified and experienced leaders and instructors, making sure that each child has a fun-filled day of adventure!
5University of Birmingham’s Junior Sports Camp
Children aged 8-13 are invited to join University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness’ multi-sport Junior Sports Camp.
Activities are mixed ability and open to everyone, including indoor climbing, swimming, tennis, martial arts, badminton, football.
The camp takes place between Monday 29th July and Friday 16th August 2019, with drop-off at 8.45am and activities from 9.15am to 4.45pm. It costs £36 per day or £165 per week for junior members of Sport & Fitness, and £40 per day or £185 per week for non-members.
Book your child’s spot today: www.sportandfitness.bham.ac.uk/facilities/junior/sports-camp
6Edgbaston Priory Club’s Summer Camp
Children aged five and above can get active, have fun and make friends at Edgbaston Priory Club’s summer camp.
Operating one of Birmingham’s most popular camps, kids can get involved in tennis, swimming and other teambuilding group sports, all staffed by LTA-qualified and DBS-checked tennis coaches and assisted by LTA-accredited tennis leaders.
Find out more here: www.edgbastonpriory.com/kids-camp
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