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How school holiday clubs build confidence in kids

28 June 2023

Summer holiday camps and school holiday clubs are a great way to keep your kids entertained during school breaks. Not only do they keep kids occupied, but they also offer many opportunities for your child to develop important skills. Many activities, such as arts and crafts, sports, and games, allow kids to have fun while developing crucial social, emotional, and cognitive skills.

At SuperCamps, we provide kids with a range of activities during the holidays, including specialised courses. Our camps let kids explore new interests and gain new skills, as well as provide occasions for kids to make friends and socialise. In this blog, we will discuss how school holiday clubs, such as SuperCamps, help to build confidence in kids.

Encourages Socialising and Teamwork

One of the main benefits of school holiday clubs is their ability to encourage socialising and teamwork. Holiday camps bring together children from different schools, backgrounds, and ages, which can be intimidating at first, but eventually lead to new connections and friendships. Activities like sports and games promote teamwork, problem-solving, and communication skills, which are essential for building confidence and self-esteem.

Provides Access to New Activities

School holiday clubs provide children with opportunities to explore new hobbies and interests. Kids can participate in arts and crafts, team games, or design and create structures with Lego. Trying out new activities can make children more confident in their abilities and help them discover new passions.

Learning Through Play

SuperCamps' specialist courses, such as Lego Play and RISE Cookery, are tailored to help children expand their talents in those specific areas while providing an incredible learning experience. At Supercamps, we believe in a playful learning environment, where we focus on learning through play to make learning fun and engaging.

Different 'Theme of the Week'

SuperCamps offers a different "theme of the week" to make the camp experience more engaging and to give kids the chance to try out new and exciting activities. Different themes mean that kids participate in themed activities that enhance their creativity, develop critical thinking and independence.

Building Confidence Through Fun

At SuperCamps, we understand that encouraging children to learn and develop new skills can be done through fun activities. Our holiday camps build confidence in kids as they explore new hobbies, socialise with children and enhance their problem-solving, communication and cognitive skills.

Kids camps’ play a significant role in shaping a child's personality. These clubs provide an opportunity for kids to explore new hobbies, enhance their existing skills, socialise and have fun while learning. By participating in activities such as arts and crafts, sports, games, and even specialised courses, children build confidence in themselves, leading them to grow into better balanced and confident adults. By enrolling your kids in a school holiday club at SuperCamps you can watch them bloom.