Great courses at great venues
A range of courses, camps and activities are available to children during the summer holidays at Super Camps. All courses and activities are specifically designed for the ages of the children taking part to maximise fun and develop skills.
4-12 year olds
The Early Years programme just for 4 to 5 year olds ensures learning and development within a fun environment. The 6 to 9-year-old crews can explore new activities and take on new challenges such as The Avengers School of Archery, Super Camps Driving School and Motor Mania. Our 10 to 12 year olds can come together in their very own common room as well as spend more time tackling activities in depth.
8-13 year olds
After being deployed at one of our R.A.M. (RAW Adventure Mission) facilities children will learn a variety of bushcraft survival techniques before tackling The Mission. Children will learn the core values for survival in the modern world: Responsibility, Resilience, Respect and Courage – and have a terrific time in the process with great new activities like critter eating and tomahawk throwing.
8-14 year olds
This skills-based baking extravaganza features many of the challenges of a professional kitchen. The all-new recipe will allow children to take home two fantastic desserts every day. Skills to be learned and practised include lattice pastry making, chocolate shapes and curls, and the art of piping.
8-14 year olds
The all-new Super Chef will equip budding foodies with the essentials for a life of culinary cool. From making their own pasta cooked up with their own pesto and bechamel sauces, to rolling their home-made pizzas, the course is the Grand Tour of tuck and taste. Culinary dexterity will feature strongly, ensuring that children don’t just take home delicious dishes, but retain essential skills of kitchen craft for years to come.
8-12 year olds
A mysterious crime is committed which only a team of young investigators can crack in The Investigation. Drawing on skills gleaned from science laboratories, police departments and medical experts, the team must collaborate to solve the mystery. The all-new course involves DNA analysis, chemical reactions, blood-spatter analysis, decoding – and much more.
Can the young CSI squad bring the perpetrators to justice?