We Care About Children
Our organisation is for children not profit and the safety and security of your child means everything to us. Our experience, policies and practices ensures your child is safe with us.
We’re Ofsted Registered
We’re registered with Ofsted, which means we work closely with them to make sure our camps follow best practice. Every Kings Camps Site Manager attends a detailed management development programme and all of our people go through a rigorous interview, reference, clearance and training process that covers essentials like child supervision, protection and First Aid. Every staff member also goes through an enhanced disclosure check designed for people who work with children.
Our dedication to child safety means we’ve won the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Gold Award for the past 11 years. And we’re proud to have been given their President’s Award, proving our ongoing focus on delivering the very best experiences for the children in our care. As we head into our 27th year, we’re delighted to continue to offer parents like you real peace of mind, through ensuring our proceedures and programmes are as safe as can be.
Child focused programmes
Our main programme is Multi-Active, it gives children aged 4-12 to try around 30 sports and activities, all designed to increase enjoyment, help create friendships and build confidence. We aways group children with others of similar age, which enables children to flourish.
Add-on packages are available for children who have a particular passion for football or cricket. These take place in the mornings and provide a fun introduction to these popular sports.
12 -17s join our Teen Active and at 14 many opt to join our famous Rookie Academy, where they learn to plan and deliver sport sessions alongside our Red Tops. Rookies are recognised and respected by universities and employers as young people who care about their personal development.
Playing by the rules
As Ofsted’s guidelines say, child safety depends on a good child-to-staff ratio. That’s why we follow Ofsted’s recommendations for every camp we run: