We Care About Children
The safety and security of your child means everything to us. From signing in and out, to safeguarding and training, our policies combined with our wealth of experience means your children are in safe hands from the moment they step onto camp.
We’re Ofsted registered
Ofsted sets the standard for organisations responsible for children in England and we work closely with them to ensure our camps follow best practices. All of our people go through a rigorous interview, reference and clearance process, including enhanced disclosure checks, so we know they are safe to work on camp. We also have a compulsory training programme covering safeguarding, supervision and First Aid, giving coaches the tools they need to deliver a safe camp experience.
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 deliver safe experiences for children in our care. As we head into our 28th year, we’re delighted to continue to offer parents this peace of mind, by ensuring our procedures and programmes are as safe as they can be.
Our programmes get the best out of every child
We have three types of programmes which run throughout the year; Multi-Active, Specialist and Teen.
Each programme is packed with fun and designed to increase confidence, giving children the chance to learn new skills.
Multi-Active is our main programme. It gives children aged 5-12 the chance to try over 30 sports and activities, from group games to individual pursuits. We always group children with others of a similar age, so they can flourish and make new friends.
Our specialist programmes are perfect for children with a particular passion for football or cricket. Running at select venues, over five mornings children can take part in sport-specific sessions, with the option to join Multi-Active in the afternoon.
From aged 12-17 children join our teen programmes. Teen Active builds on our Multi-Active programme and is designed to be more challenging and competitive for older children. At age 14, teens can opt to join the Rookie Academy where they can learn to plan and deliver sessions alongside Red Tops. Rookies are recognised and respected by universities and employers making it ideal for teens considering a career in sport.
During half-term also we also run the Team Challenge programme at select camps, which gives children of all ages the chance to work and play together.
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: