If you're looking for some inspiration for things to do this Easter, look no further, as Quintessentially Education have pulled together their favourite children's camps. These programmes have been carefully selected to include various sports, education and activities, so there really is something for every child and every family.
Following the guidance allowing schools to reopen from 8th March 2021, holiday camps are now permitted to run for Easter 2021. All camps mentioned will be following government guidance on Covid-19 safety and social distancing, and for those families unable to attend in person, virtual options have also been provided.
Camp Beaumont provides multi-activity day camps for 3-16-year-olds across a wide range of UK locations, including London. Aiming to boost children's confidence and provide a place for them to gain new experiences and make friends over the Easter holidays, there are more than 30 activities to enjoy – from tennis to rocket building – each delivered by brilliant, highly trained teams. Every school holiday at Camp Beaumont is filled with adventure, inspiration, a wealth of activities and learning opportunities that can't be experienced at home; Covid-safe measures are in place.
Johnathan Markson Tennis are providing in-person tennis clinics at their facilities based in Barnes, South London (SW13). Their intensive programme is designed for all tennis players wishing to develop and improve their tennis ability; the clinics are non-residential and open to all levels. Features of the programme include five hours of intensive coaching each day, warm-up and warm-down sessions, morning technical demonstration and video analysis.
Fire Tech is the UK's leading provider of tech-focussed holiday camps for young people aged 9-17 years. In their specially designed virtual Easter camps, children will spend an exhilarating week engineering robots, designing computer games, or building a personal brand on YouTube. Fire Tech campers transform from passive consumers to proactive tech makers and have an absolute blast in the process, learning all about the latest technologies through their tech-savvy tutors from the UK's top universities. With up to 40 hours of tuition, tech-loving kids can get under the hood with Python and Java coding courses, Robotics, Digital Photography, Virtual Reality, Video Game Design, and more.
Super Camps provide face-to-face holiday camps this Easter for children aged 4-12, where they can come together to enjoy sports, arts and crafts and games in their multi-activity camps. Available to book by day, Supercamps are a great flexible childcare option, with extended hour options available as well. Children can enjoy at least four different activities per day, with timetables created by their group leader to ensure there is something to suit every child. These camps are an excellent choice for children that want a fun-filled day and a chance to try something new. Their holiday camps are held in venues across the UK.
Little House of Science is putting on a whole range of online camps this Easter holiday for children between the ages of 4-12 years. Little House of Science's holiday programme aims to foster the natural curiosity in boys and girls and re-enforce STEM subjects in a fun, project-based way so children can connect with science from an early age and expand beyond the school curriculum. Their guiding principle is to ensure the children leave the lessons with inspiration and enthusiasm; they aim to provide a foundation for youngsters. Each session imparts a bit more about our wonderful world and how things work; topics include solar systems, dinosaurs, brain works and the periodic table.
Richer Education provides face-to-face and online camps this Easter holiday with topics such as debating and public speaking, Science and STEAM subjects. The camps have been designed for children to enjoy, have fun and learn; groups are small to enable tutors and children greater scope for interaction, dialogue, questions and answers. They motivate children to develop their understanding of the chosen subject and also stimulate children to be creative. Their face-to-face camps are held across London and are for children between 4-15 years old and of all abilities.
For further advice or help booking one of these camps, please contact Quintessentially Education.