Treat your child to six days of fun, games and personal development this summer. Our residential camps focus on equipping children with a holistic understanding of themselves and others, as they start to make decisions about their future. Join our VIP Community Free to get access to our exclusive offers
London 29 July-3 August 2018
Yorkshire 12-17 August 2018
This summer we are running two fun packed summer camps with our unique blend of fun, games and personal development. Children can enjoy beautiful surroundings, a welcoming atmosphere and participate in themed activities both in the classroom and outside. It's six days and five nights of fun-learning. We offer day passes too (see below)
Early Bird Deals!
Our early bird deals give you a whopping 20% discount on bookings until June 30th. From 1st July our proces increase to £450 per child for six days and five nights (all inclusive).
Arrivals and Departures
Arrivals take place on Sundays at 2 pm with departures on Fridays again at 2 pm. We'll be taking children on some great days out too and making sure they have plenty of downtime also. Weather permitting we'll have campfires, treasure hunts and if the rain insists on joining in, then we'll head indoors.
Offering children the opportunity to join in summer camp activities a day at a time.
We offer day passes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during each of our summer camps. Activities start at 10 am and typically conclude around 8 pm, but the fun does not have to end there. Children can stay a little later for a bite to eat and join in after-dinner activities.
Day passes are an affordable way to treat your child to a fun-packed learning experience and cost just £45 per child. Benefit from our early bird deals until June 30th and save 20% on your booking.
In a nutshell our residential camps
We help children to develop the soft skills they need to succeed in an ever-changing and fast-paced world.
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.
Foster a great learning atmosphere
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". We encourage a welcoming, friendly, inclusive, fun and supportive atmosphere.
Supporting children in 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.
Increasing children’s understanding of the origins of money; the role money plays in everyone’s lives, the cost of running a household, the importance of budgeting, how money grows and ways to improve their relationships with money.
Enabling children to explore what is important to them and what they would like to achieve. Children identify their abilities and what additional actions or resources they may need to realise their dreams. We help children defining goals to enable children to measure their progress.
Enabling children to articulate their ideas clearly and give them an edge when working with others. We coach children on gathering facts, evaluating information, making independent judgments and considering 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 and professional relationships. Our sessions cover presentation skills, influencing skills and ways to adapt behaviour for more positive outcomes and learning to engage with others.
Increasing young people’s experiences with the fascinating aspects of the local community, places of interest, historical sites, museums/discovery centres. We aim to open children’s minds and increase their curiosity and awareness of the world around us.
Sessions dedicated to discovery, innovation and inventiveness. Children have the opportunity to learn about what is going on in the world, where developments are happening and then relating these to what they are learning about both at school and at home.