Book October Half Term 2018

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We understand that choosing an activity camp can raise lots of questions from anxious parents wanting to know their children will be having fun in safe hands. So here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Standard day is 9am - 5pm (activities run from 9.20am - 4.30pm). Extended care is available from 8-9am and 5-6pm*.

Duncombe School and Wimbledon High School have different closing times. Please see venue page for details.

Multi-Activity camps are £39/day or £179/week in our Early Booking Offer period. Before camp begins these prices will rise to £45/day and £199/week. See venue and season pages for details further details.

We run throughout the year (including half terms, Easter, Summer and Christmas holidays) although dates can vary for each camp. Use our postcode finder to locate your nearest camp.

They’re in good company! 70% of children claim not to enjoy sports – but all children love running around and playing games. At Super Camps there are opportunities for sport – but the emphasis is on having fun and joining in, and if your boy or girl isn’t exactly an Andrew Murray or a Lionel Messi, our staff will make them feel top of the world for learning a few key tips at whatever activity is happening.

Lots. The day is broken up into 6 activities that can include clay-modelling, making working toys, painting, firing lemonade-bottle rockets or simply relaxing on a bean bag with a good book. This year there is a new emphasis on exploring the wonders of nature.

Most definitely. Super Camps understands the importance of helping children socialise. Ofsted reported that Super Camps staff make a huge effort to get to know individual children “and in turn, the children clearly feel welcome, settled, and happy to engage”.

The camp experience is all about making new friends, getting to know other children and trying out new experiences with the superb Super Camps staff who care for the children. Please speak to our Customer Service team if you have queries.

Regular breaks are built into the day, and children can opt for quieter or less strenuous activities in the afternoon when energy levels may flag a bit. Younger children have rest times when they can lie on a bean bag or crawl into a play tent for a snooze. Super Camps promotes the importance of fresh air and exercise – but it’s a fun camp, not a boot camp!