What changes are in place due to COVID-19?
Please see individual holiday camp pages for venue terms and conditions for our Summer holiday camps.
What is a holiday camp?
A School Sports Coaching Holiday Camp is an active and safe way to keep your children entertained for a day or number of days. All of the camps we run are:
For children aged 4-13
Designed for children from all sporting abilities and backgrounds
Your child will have the opportunity to make new friends
Your child will learn a variety of sporting skills
You child will take part in numerous different sporting activities and compete in team challenges
When do you run holiday camps?
School Sports Coaching holiday camps run throughout the year in Leeds and Bradford, during most school holiday breaks, including; February half term, Easter, Spring Bank, Summer (6 week holidays) October half term and Christmas.
Children can attend for a day or a number of days fitting around your existing work commitments and holidays. A typical day runs from 8 am – 5 pm. You can book for a full day, half day or a short day too, depending on what camp you book on to.
See what Holiday Camps are upcoming, here.
What does Ofsted registered mean?
Our camps are Ofsted registered which means all of our staff have certain qualifications as well as an enhanced DBS check, paediatric first aid training and a commitment to continual professional development. It also means our venues and day to day running hit Ofsted requirements to ensure your child is in a safe environment.
How much do holiday camps cost?
As an Ofsted Registered camp our pricing reflects the standard of childcare that we provide as well as the variety of activities that we offer.
Pricing will vary at each camp but a typical full day, 8am - 5pm is £22. There are short days, half days and week discounts available too, depending which camp you book on to. Please see individual camp pages for current pricing.
Do you accept childcare vouchers?
Yes, we accept childcare vouchers as payment or part payment.
Before booking on your child, please contact the representative for your area to receive your childcare voucher.
For Bradford, contact Adam Boocock
For Leeds, contact Chris Lindley
Once we have sent you over the relevant information and you have made the payment to us, your booking will be complete.
Who are the coaches?
All of the coaches we hire are experienced and qualified professionals, who are keen to help your child learn everything about sport! All our coaches must have completed a CRB check as standard.
What does my child need to wear for a holiday camp?
All of our holiday camps have indoor and outdoor facilities but we still need your child to be prepared for any weather conditions. Where the weather is particularly cold or wet, children will remain indoors. We advise your children to wear:
A t-shirt and jumper/jacket
A coat for outdoor activities
Suitable footwear such as trainers are important
Football boots can be worn if we are on the 3G pitch or field
If the weather is particularly hot, please ensure sun cream is applied and a hat can be worn. Ideally, all day sun protection should be applied so that there is less need to reapply during the course of the day.
Do I need to supply food/drink for my child on a holiday camp?
Yes, for each day your child is on camp, they will need the following:
A named water bottle
A packed lunch
A snack for break time
Drinking water is available at all of our locations to refill.
What time do I need to drop off and pick up my child?
It is very important that you are prompt with dropping off and collecting your child. We hire facilities for 8am - 5pm daily, therefore our insurance only covers these time periods. Please drop your child at 8am and collect them at or just before 5pm each day. Thank you.
Where do I drop off and pick up my child?
There will be a coach in the car park areas of all the venues to direct you to the correct registration point.