Kids Camps will be back for Christmas – 21/22/23rd December. Bookings open in November.
We know that keeping kids occupied over the school holidays can, at times, be a challenge.
That’s why our Kids’ Holiday Camps, available for children aged 8–14 years old, are packed full of different sports and games, designed to keep them active and entertained all day long.
Available over the Christmas, Easter and summer holidays, our camps offer a variety of games and sports including multi-sport activities, football, badminton, basketball, volleyball and capture the flag.
What’s more, you can rest assured that our camps take place in a safe and supportive environment on our Talbot Campus, led by sports coaches who have a rich sporting background and are DBS checked.
Please note: all SportBU Kids activities have regrettably been cancelled until 01 August 2020. Please note that this is subject to BU & Government guidelines and could change. We will do our best to keep you updated with any changes if they occur.
Full day: 8.30am–5pm
Morning or afternoon (half day): 8.30am–12.30pm or 1pm–5pm
The collection and drop off times are the earliest and latest drop off times. You may incur an additional collection/drop off fee if you do not drop your child off or collect within this time.
Full price per child: £12 (half-day) | £24 (full day)
10% off for bookings of two or more children, BU staff and students: £10.80 (half-day) | £21.60 (full day)
25% off for SportBU family members (up to 2 children): £9 (half-day) | £18 (full day)
Discount for 4 and 5-day block bookings: £21 per day
Please note: only one discount can be applied per booking
What to wear and bring
For all camps: sportswear, trainers, water bottle, sun cream, hat
For full-day camps: in addition to the above, a healthy packed lunch
Money: if you wish, your child can bring money (we recommend a maximum of £2 per day) to spend in the BU shop.
At the end of the session
To collect your child(ren), you will be required to provide the SportBU Receptionist with a collection password. If you won’t be collecting your child(ren), you will need to share the password with the designated adult who will be picking up.
If you would like your child to walk home on their own, you (or a designated adult) will need to complete a ‘walking home’ form on the first day of camp and hand it in to reception.