PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES
Our activities for 9-17-year-olds help to build young people’s self-confidence, fuelling their motivation to succeed in life. We develop the soft skills and competencies needed to succeed, by equipping young people with a holistic understanding of themselves and others, as they start to make important decisions about their future.
EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL TRIPS
We spark children’s curiosity about things past, present & future, visiting local museums, discovery centres, historical & contemporary sites.
We are keen to engage children outside the classroom by showcasing the beautiful towns, museums and discovery centres close by. We always research our trips thoroughly; opening children’s eyes to the contributions each region has made to the United Kingdom.
We don’t forget that it’s the summer holidays so we offer lots of fun, games and trips out where the children choose what the’d like to do.
We make sure that there’s plenty of pure fun activities too. If we’re heading to the cinema we give children a choice of films to ensure we cater for everyone. We actively engage children in our choice of activities, giving them plenty of opportunity to put in to practice new skills learned. This is just one of the ways we empower children during their stay.
“We support children in growing and evolving by engaging and empowering them, taking their skills to the next level, ready for the future.”
LANCASTER ROYAL GRAMMAR – LANCASHIRE UK
Sunday 4 August – Sunday 11 August 2019
Lancaster Royal Grammar (LRGS) was founded between 1235–1256 and was rebuilt in 1852 on its current site. The school spreads across an upper and lower site. The upper site includes the Cricket pavilion and pitches with incredible views across Morecambe Bay to the Lakeland hills. The lower site comprises some of the most historic buildings including the Old School House; a Grade II listed building and includes all boarding facilities, sports hall, gymnasium and swimming Pool.
Lancaster, located in the north west of England is one of the countries heritage cities. Lancaster Castle, owned by Her Majesty the Queen, served as a prison for many years and in 1612 held the Pendle witch trials (the most famous and best recorded of the 17th century). The city has a seafaring past, and its port became one of the busiest in the UK; the fourth most important in the UK’s slave trade.
The city has retained many excellent examples of Georgian architecture in including Lancaster Castle, the Priory Church of St. Mary and the Edwardian Ashton Memorial. The city also boasts numerous museums, including Lancaster City Museum, Maritime Museum, the Cottage Museum, and Judges’ Lodgings Museum.
Take advantage of our current early-bird deals per week and unlock extra discounts when you book for two or more children per week.
Here’s all you need to know
Booking with us is simple and secure. Create your Active family account. Then create a profile per child. Complete a few necessary forms (health info, emergency contact details etc) and proceed to check-out.
Our booking platform meets rigorous data privacy and security requirements.
We’re here to help you with your registration if need be.
Are you holidaying in the UK this summer? We are more than happy to offer flexible start and end dates to overseas children to fit better with your travel plans.
To help you spread the cost we ask for a 10% deposit at the time of booking. You can then choose to pay the outstanding balance at a set date or pay over three months.
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Let us do the driving.
We collect from London (Brent Cross), Birmingham (M6) and Manchester (Piccadilly).
Travelling together is a great way for children to get to know each other and have fun along the journey.
One week prior to the start of camp we’ll send you a full kit list so you’ll know exactly what to pack. We’ll not be asking you to pack anything out of the ordinary either. We believe it’s simply easier to follow our packing list. If you would like to receive the kit list earlier please let us know and we’ll be happy to include it with your reservation confirmation.
Motorway travellers from the south:
Leave M6 at J33. Travel 3.5 miles along the A6 north towards Lancaster to the next roundabout. Take the second exit and pass hospital on left. Enter one-way system at the lights in the right hand lane. Continue past KFC on the right. Turn right at the next pedestrian crossing, passing the market and M&S store on left. Go straight on through two sets of traffic lights, passing the Cathedral on the right. Continue up the hill, over the crossroads and initial contact can be made at the reception in City View, on the right.
Motorway travellers from the north:
Leave M6 at J34. Turn onto the A683 and travel towards Lancaster for 1.5 miles joining the one-way system at the traffic lights. Choose the left hand lane and continue for approximately half a mile. Filter left at Dalton Square (statue of Queen Victoria) signed Clitheroe. Go straight on through traffic lights, passing the Cathedral on the right. Continue up the hill, over the crossroads and initial contact can be made at the reception in City View, on the right.
You can reach Lancaster station from London, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds and Morecambe, as well as from Cumbria and the Lake District. We’ll be happy to arrange collection from Lancaster station if required.
GET IN TOUCH
We are here to answer your questions and provide you with any additional information you need. Feel free to send us a message using the contact form below, or give Ezi, our co-founder & director a call.
111. St. James’ Road,
Stratford, London E15 1RN, UK
Universal Square Business Centre
Devonshire St North,
Manchester M12 6JH, UK
+44 (0)161 706 0144
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