Rated outstanding by Ofsted and one of Gloucestershire’s most popular children’s holiday clubs, Camp 4-2-11 is a hub for holiday fun, offering a range of action-packed adventures for children aged three to 14 years.
The jam-packed programme includes activities such as swimming, arts and crafts, drama, music, games, bungee runs and much more for little ones to enjoy throughout the school holidays.
Whether it’s an active camp for sporty kids, crafts for creative children, or something totally different with the chance to learn something new, there’s a school holiday camp in Gloucestershire that’s perfect for your child – with nine handpicked camps in SoGlos’s handy hot list.
Starting from £130 per child per week, and suitable for children aged between three and 14 years, the school holiday camps at Camp 4-2-11 not only offer a variety of hands-on sports such as dodgeball, frisbee golf and swimming, but plenty of choice for those who are less sporty, too.
For little ones who prefer something other than sports-based activities, there is an abundance of workshops from clay modelling to face painting and mindfulness to enjoy too.
Bound to have something to keep tech-loving kids happy, Code Ninjas day camps take place at the Learning Centre at Gloucestershire College on various days in July and August 2022.
The Code Ninjas day camps promise to transform little ones’ love for the technological world into an exciting learning adventure, costing £180 per child. Little computer programmers will be guided by a team of Code Senseis, empowering kids to gain valuable skills and make new friends this summer 2022.
The ultimate experience for sporty children, Wycliffe College is hosting a variety of summer holiday camps, including the Freestyle Soccer Camp, The Cooking Club and Netball Fever, to name just a few.
With prices starting from £50 per day, the camps take place between Monday 1 August and Wednesday 24 August 2022 at the school in Stonehouse.
Cotswold Clubhouse in Bourton-on-the-Water is running both its Summer Gymnastics Camp and Summer Activity Camps throughout the summer holidays – as well as an extended camp for those awkward days before the kids return to school.
Running from 10am to 3.15pm on weekdays, excluding the August bank holiday, the activity camps are suitable for children aged four to 11 years and include soft play, arts and crafts, and team activities. The Gymnastic Camps are for children aged five- to 12 years-old and are run by experienced instructors.
Stretching across the full six-week holiday, Just Camps will be setting up in Gloucester and Cheltenham, with flexible options including half or full days.
Kids will be kept busy with a range of activities, fancy dress competitions and outdoor fun. For an added bit of fun, parents and siblings are invited to arrive 30 minutes early for pickup on Fridays, when they can join the kids for a game of dodgeball.
Entertain little ones busy this summer at Charlton Kings Infants’ School Summer Early Years camp, taking place in Cheltenham from Friday 22 July to Wednesday 31 August 2022.
Costing £135 per child, per week, the summer camp will be packed with physical activity, fun games and arts and crafts, among many more activities. Suitable for children aged three to seven years, the camp runs from 9am to 3.30pm.
Offering an incredible line-up of activities for children aged four to 10 years, Ultimate Activity Camps will take over Dean Close School in Cheltenham from Monday 18 July to Friday 26 August 2022.
With great flexibility for working parents, the camps run from 8.30am to 5.15pm, with an early drop off and late pickup available too. Kiddies can expect everything from yoga and zorbing to trampolining, arts and crafts, party games, tennis – and even a treasure hunt!
An Ofsted registered holiday camp, Frampton school holiday camp runs at Lakefield Primary School and offers childcare throughout the summer holidays for children aged four to 14 years.
Activities include dodgeball, musical bumps, a talent show, face painting and more. Costing £26 per child for a full day, Atlas Camps at Frampton school holiday club also offers a discount for additional children.
While not strictly a summer camp, Cirencester’s New Brewery Arts offers a series of great workshops and day courses for children, taking place throughout the summer holidays.
Harness children’s creativity with classes such as Make you Own Pyjamas, watercolours, mixed media collages and more. Courses are age dependent, but make for a brilliant alternative for kids who aren’t into sports.
By Zoe Gater
Friday 17 June 2022
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