Fun, games and personal development! Find out more about our summer camps in London and Yorkshire.
Our residential camps and workshops focus on key pre-and early teen developmental areas. We will equip children with a holistic understanding of themselves and others, as they start to make decisions about their future.
We develop the soft skills and competences needed to succeed in an ever-changing and fast-paced world, where advances in technology are changing not only the way we work but how we interact with others.
Our personal development activities help to build children's self-confidence, fuelling their motivation to succeed in life. We nurture children and help them to appreciate their strengths while working with them to overcome any weaknesses.
The most important thing is that everyone has fun, shares their talents, learns lots, makes new friends and leaves feeling on top of the world and we encourage a welcoming, friendly, fun and supportive atmosphere.
Learning the importance of leadership and collaboration, self-discipline, working both independently and collaboratively, learning to listen, when to negotiate, when to compromise and when to stand firm.
With a better understanding of money, children are able to form healthy money habits to last them a lifetime. Understanding the origins and role of money, the cost of running a household, budgeting, and relationships with money.
Children explore what is important to them, what they would like to achieve, what abilities they possess and what additional actions or resources they may need to realise their dreams. Developing a vision and defining goals enables children to measure their progress.
Children learn how to gather facts, evaluate, make independent judgments and consider alternative solutions, promoting not only open-mindedness but a genuine ability to make the right choices.
Understanding the verbal and non-verbal rules that shape the way people form and manage personal, academic and professional relationships. How to make an excellent first impression and what behaviours to adopt.
Visiting places of interest, such as historical sites, museums or discovery centres opening the door to increased curiosity and awareness of the world around us.
As we surf the wave of this fourth digital revolution we want get children interested in the areas that will dominate the future. We run a number of sessions dedicated to discovery, innovation and inventiveness.