Holiday Camp Work with SuperCamps
We are a leading provider of childcare in the UK, offering Ofsted-registered holiday day camps for children aged 4 to 14 throughout the school holidays.
Operating at over 50 locations, we have holiday camps available in London and the South East, as far south as Cornwall and all the way up to North Yorkshire.
Whether this is your first step in your childcare career, or you're looking for something to do outside of term, there's a role for you. From keeping the kids entertained as an Activity Instructor or leading one of our Specialist courses to building managerial experience in a Camp Manager role, SuperCamps offers something to bring out the best in the unique skill set and character of all our staff.
Why work for SuperCamps?
Kick-start your childcare career by adding a reputable childcare provider to your CV, we also offer a number of FREE training courses to help boost your portfolio.
|Work with like-minded, fun individuals and make friends for life!|
|We are committed to offering market leading rates of pay for our roles and various grades, as well as opportunities for professional development within the company.|
|Flexible working environment, operating during ALL school holidays, at over 50 venues across the UK|
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Available Camp Roles
Our teams are made up of a number of talented individuals focused on various key areas of the operation. Our staff are ultimately responsible for ensuring our children are having a great and safe experience. The camp roles we recruit for are Activity Instructors, Lifeguards, Early Years Practitioners and Specialist Course Leaders.
These members of staff are managed by the Camp Leadership Team comprising of Camp Managers and at some locations, Assistant Camp Managers and Early Years Managers.
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As a Camp Manager, you will be able to enthusiastically plan and implement a wide range of exciting activities, as well as play a key role in the development and coaching of your staff team. You will have a real passion for working with children and staff alike, and really bring our diverse activities to life to ensure our children have a memorable experience.
Early Years Practitioner
As an Early Years Leader, you will be working with the youngest children on camp, planning and implementing a wide range of age exciting, imaginative and stimulating activities. You will be confident at taking the children’s needs and interests into consideration through delivery of the activities such as sports, arts & crafts and games.
Meet the Team
“I’ve been working for SuperCamps since I was at University. It’s a great way to build skills for a future career in the childcare sector and has given me a range of ideas to use in my classroom, including art and sport activities that I didn’t learn during my teaching degree!
There is excellent scope for career progression; I started as an Activity Instructor and since that time have experienced many roles including Early Years Practitioner, Camp Manager, Regional Manager… right up to now as Senior Regional Manager.
If you’re passionate, hardworking and enjoy working with children, I would encourage you to apply to work at SuperCamps today!’
“I started working for SuperCamps in October 2020, starting as an Activity Leader. Since then I’ve been an Assistant Camp Manager, Roaming Activity Leader and this October I’ll be a Camp Manager at Royal Masonic School. During term time, I’m at Royal Masonic doing my teacher training.”
Ryan's favourite memory at SuperCamps so far was watching staff members take turns racing through the inflatable course.
"I think outside of the training, it’s really important to understand that SuperCamps isn’t just the staff on camp. It’s a welcoming company where the staff are really looked after. People know there’s more than just the camp managers, everyone knows what’s going on, all the way up to Head Office and the Operational team. Everything is under control. You never have to go to bed worrying something hasn’t been delt with or handled. It’s a wider company than just the camp.”