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Camps take place over 2 days, with the exception of the Summer Holiday Camps which take place over 3 days.
All camps run from 9am to 3pm
Children aged 5 - 13 can attend
The price shown includes all days
The children will take part in a number of sports throughout the day
Children will spend time in age groups and will also mix together
A packed lunch will be required
Children are required to bring suitable footwear and kit for both an indoor and outdoor environment
Children should bring a refillable water bottle, with plenty of water.
Summer Holiday Camps: The summer holiday camps will be split between the University of Cumbria Fusehill Street Campus and Downagate Community Centre. Please see below what days we will be at each location:
Summer Holiday 1: Wednesday and Thursday at Downagate. Friday at University of Cumbria.
Summer Holiday 2: Wednesday at Downagate. Thursday and Friday at University of Cumbria.
Summer Holiday 2:Wednesday and Thursday at Downagate. Friday at University of Cumbria.
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So what would my child get out of the camps?
We consider our camps to be designed in such a way that allows children to further develop their skills and achieve success through maximum involvement and encouraged competition. Children will be able to gain a better understanding of the skills they need to take their game to the next level, in an environment that is both educational and fun. Your child will have the opportunity to excel individually as well as practice their teamwork skills in a setting which encourages friendship, enjoyment, socialisation and positive experiences of physical activity.
Multi-Sports offer a range of active, rewarding and fun holiday camps, aimed at both boys and girls from the ages of 5 to 13 years old. Open to children of all abilities, the camps run at various times during the school holidays, from 9am-3pm. These are held at University of Cumbria’s Sports Centre, Downagate Community Centre and Trinity Leisure Centre. One of the things that makes Multi-Sports unique is that other sports camps tend to focus on a single sport, whereas our camps offer a whole variety. It is one of the key beliefs of Multi-Sports; to allow children to try many different sports at a young age to broaden their interests and knowledge in physical activity. Such as football, gymnastics, tennis, basketball, dodgeball, rounders, athletics, dance and much more!
All our Multi-Sports coaches are fully DBS checked and display a wide range of professional qualifications in teaching and coaching. Our coaches believe that at the heart of their role lies the principle that all children deserve the opportunity to broaden their experience of sport and, most of all, enjoy taking part in physical activity.