We founded Camp Evolution with one thing in mind, helping children progress during school holidays. We are all about creating experiences which support children in developing the skills they need for a brighter future.
What we do
Our residential camps and workshops focus on crucial pre-and early teen developmental areas. We equip children with a rounded understanding of themselves and others, as they start to make choices about their future. Join our VIP Community to receive our special offers and discounted prices.
Strengthening Soft Skills
We help children to build the soft skills they need to succeed in life. From effective communication through to critical thinking and informed decision making, children learn the valuable techniques successful people demonstrate time and time again.
Find out more about why soft skills matter now more than ever.
Our personal development activities help children to build their self-confidence, fuelling their motivation to succeed in life. We help children to identify and appreciate their strengths, while working with them to pinpoint and overcome any weaknesses, so they can become confident young adults. Take a look at some of our activities where children go beyond their comfort zones. Surpassing what children believe they can do gives them a real sense of achievement.
The most important thing is that everyone has fun, shares their talents, learns lots, makes new friends and leaves camp feeling on top of the world, which is why we keep our camps small, fostering a welcoming, inclusive, and supportive atmosphere.
SUMMER SEASON 2019
WEEK ONE LANCASTER
From 4-11 August at the prestigious Lancaster Royal Grammar school, in Lancaster (Lancashire County)
Lancaster Royal Grammar School provides state-of-the-art facilities, with a choice of a dormitory and single en-suite rooms. Situated in the historic city of Lancaster, LRGS is close to the Lake District and Morecambe Bay and within easy reach of the M6 motorway. The main building's foundation stone was laid in 1851 by Rt Revd James Prince Lee, the Bishop of Manchester and Queen Victoria granted the title "Royal" in the same year.
WEEK TWO WEST YORKSHIRE
From 11-18 August at Woodhouse Grove School in Apperley Bridge (West Yorkshire County)
Located in a 70-acre rural site, Woodhouse Grove School is surrounded by woods in Yorkshire's Aire Valley. With endless fields, tennis courts, a theatre, seminar rooms, a large sports hall and a super indoor pool, children have a multitude of ways to have fun. The school offers well-appointed shared bedrooms (two to four beds) and relaxing common rooms equipped with TV and DVD.