Up to 15% OFF Extended! Limited Places Up to 15% OFF Extended! Limited Places

SuperCamps COVID-19 Secure Policy Safe Holiday Camps

We are pleased to describe below the robust and thorough measures that we continue to take to reduce the risk of COVID-19 at our camps and to keep our SuperCamps community safe. Our ‘COVID Secure Camp strategy’ maintains requirements expected in school settings and aims to limit contact between pupils whilst also implementing enhanced hygiene measures.

Please see below ways that we are ensuring COVID Secure Camps and click here for all current government guidelines for out of school settings;

We cannot wait to provide you with amazing holiday camps, filled with enriching activities, lifelong memories, and lots of happy children, in a safe and supportive environment.

Our Camp Managers will sign campers in and out on the parent’s behalf. Where additional forms are required to be filled in, parents will be asked to use the hand sanitiser provided on our front desk. 

Students will be allocated into a year group bubble for the camp week. Out of the year group bubble we will form small daily bubbles. (Information on size of group bubbles can be found below.) Whilst the government has eased restrictions around bubbles, we will still maintain the bubble system as and when it is possible to do so. Each year group bubble will be allocated staff members, who will remain with the same group throughout the camp where possible. *This will be subject to government easing of restrictions*

SuperCamps is proud to offer great flexibility for parents. Parents will still be able to book during the camp week, however places will be limited. Therefore to avoid disappointment we advise booking in advance.

As part of our daily cleaning routines, staff members ensure that surfaces and touch points are regularly disinfected. Students will be expected to wash their hands more often, particularly after every activity, and hand sanitiser will be provided throughout the camp. SuperCamps will also liaise with our fantastic host partner schools to ensure additional enhanced daily cleaning of facilities including toilets and washrooms.

Any children who becomes ill with symptoms during their time on camp will be isolated away from other children and staff whilst a phone call to inform the parent/carer is made. If the child is displaying potential covid symptoms, including a high temperature the parent/carer will be asked to come and collect as soon as possible. Camp will continue to operate as normal.