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L10 SPORTS CAMPS

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What better way to know that your pupils are staying fit and active during school holidays than providing your very own sports camp. Sport camps are the ideal way to ensure children are active and engaged through sport.

L10 School Sports deliver holiday sports camps with the aim of giving children a fun-filled action-packed time, playing sports and games in a safe, organised and controlled environment.

We can provide a tailored holiday sports camp at your school, based on facilities, ages and numbers.

A bespoke webpage is included, which would be tailored to the individual needs of your School’s Camp. From here, parents can view the range of sports on offer, map, timetable and registration details. They would also be able to book online.

Certificates and Medals are awarded every day.

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TYPICAL CAMP DAY

Every Camp registration point will be clearly marked from the school gates to the meeting point. Registration opens for Camp 15 minutes prior to the camp commences – please do not arrive any earlier than this.

Children will then be shown where to stow their jackets and bags, they will also be shown where the toilet facilities are.
Once all the children have familiarised themselves with the camp boundaries, the first activity will start.
Below is an example of a camp with the operating hours of 9am – 3pm. Please check your particular Camp details for exact times.

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SCHEDULE

REGULAR CAMP DAY: 8:45 AM - 3:00 PM

08:45 AM

REGISTRATION

09:00 AM - 12:15 PM

AM SESSIONS

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

LUNCHTIME

1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

PM SESSIONS

2:30 - 3:00 PM

AWARDS CEREMONY

3:00 PM

END OF DAY

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OUR TEAM

Every Level 10 Institute Sports Camp will have a designated ‘Head Coach’ responsible for morning and afternoon registration, administering first aid, organising groups and activities, liaising with parents and generally ensuring the children are having a great time.

All Level 10 Institute Coaches are:

  • Fully Enhanced DBS checked

  • Disqualification by Association regulated

  • Safeguarding/Child Protection certified

  • Minimum Level 2 sports specific

  • First Aid qualified

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FAQ

DO WE NEED TO BRING ANY SPORTS EQUIPMENT

All equipment is supplied by Level 10 Ins, therefore, there is no need for your child to bring their own footballs, basketballs, etc.

WHAT CLOTHING SHOULD WE BRING?

Each child should be dressed in comfortable, weather appropriate clothing. We do recommend that all outer clothing such as jackets and sweatshirts are named to avoid confusion. If the weather is very hot we also recommend a sun hat is worn.

Sun Protection – Please apply a high factor sun protection cream to your child before they attend camp. During Summer we recommend that your child brings this with them to re-apply throughout the day, our coaches will remind the children at break times and lunchtimes.

WHAT HAPPENS FOR LUNCH / BREAK TIMES?

All children staying for a full day should bring a healthy packed lunch. As we cannot keep all children’s lunches cool until they are eaten, we do recommend adding an ice pack in the lunchbox to ensure contents are kept fresh until lunchtime. We also recommend providing their drink in a refillable plastic bottle which they can then top up as necessary to stay hydrated.

WHAT ARE THE TOILET PROCEDURES?

Children are encouraged to go to the toilet during breaktime and lunch. However, if a child needs to use the toilet during a session, they will be accompanied by another child – no child is ever left to go alone.

HOW ARE THE CHILDREN GROUPED?

Children are grouped according to their age groups. Our coach to child ratio is 1:16 on average, with the younger children in smaller groups than the older ones. Children are continually monitored to ensure they are developing their skills whilst having a great time.

CAN MY CHILD WALK HOME ON THEIR OWN?

We would prefer ALL children to be collected from camp. If YOU wish your child to make their own way home, this would only be agreed in exceptional circumstances, dependent on their age and with written permission.

WHAT SHOULD MY CHILD NOT BRING?

We strongly advise that children do not bring along their mobile telephones, iPods, hand held computer games, etc. There will be no time to use these items and they can often be mislaid. Level 10 Institute simply cannot take responsibility for any lost items as our insurance will not cover this.

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