For ages 6-13 years
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Our sports coaches and instructors will deliver a range of sport based activities throughout the day. These structured sessions will help participants to develop and improve their sporting ability across three key areas; skill development, team games and outdoor adventurous activities (OAA).
Skill sessions will breakdown specific areas of the chosen sport to help develop the skills needed to improve performance.
Game sessions will develop participants as confident competitors with an emphasis on fun game play and strategies.
Adventure sessions will focus on developing the practical thinking skills required for sport. Children will learn to rise to challenges, solve problems both independently and as part of a team, supporting one another in a physically active environment. On occasions we will combine the adventure sessions with an arts and crafts element.
Participants can find a full day of sport and activity quite demanding. The create sessions provide a more relaxing alternative to physical activity where children can be creative and develop their artistic nature through a range of instructor-led arts and crafts activities.
Breaks and lunch
During the full day there will be two break times and one lunch hour. Lunch will not be provided by SOSA so make sure you provide your child with a morning and afternoon snack, a packed lunch and plenty of fluids to drink (please note that any food which may contain nuts is not permitted on site).
Clothing and accessories
Please wear loose sports clothing and sturdy sports footwear. Many activities will be outside so please also bring weather-proof external layers, sun cream and protective wear.
Jewellery is not permitted due to the nature of the sporting activities and we cannot accept any liability for expensive personal items such as tablets or phones. Please keep these to a minimum.
SOSA recognises that the needs of individual children vary, and will endeavour to accommodate children with specific needs within the camp environment. We request that parents/carers of children with specific needs contact Head Office prior to booking, to discuss how SOSA can best accommodate the child and consider what, if any, special arrangements can be put in place.
SOSA is unable to offer 1:1 care for any child. SOSA is however able to incorporate any carers or helpers that a child requires to attend camp into our programme, providing they pass the suitability checks set out in our recruitment policy. SOSA can also look into employing an additional member of staff to provide 1:1 care for the child however, the cost lies with the parent/carer.
- Standard day : 09:30 – 15:30
- Half day AM : 09:30 – 12:15
- Half day PM : 12:45 – 15:30
- 1 hour extension: 08:30-09:30 or 15:30-16:30
- £20 for a standard day
- £15 for a half day
- £6 for a 1 hour extension