Holiday Camps FAQ's

What to Bring:

Packed lunch, snacks, drinks (suitably non-fizzy). Children should always bring plenty to drink with them e.g. juice or water.

What to wear:

Clothing

Children can wear any suitable sports clothing but please ensure that in colder weather they are wearing track suit bottoms and sweatshirts over their kit to keep them warm. In hot weather please ensure that your child brings a hat or cap and is covered with a generous layer of suncream. Items of clothing should be name-tagged where possible.

Footwear

For health and safety reasons all children should be wearing shin pads during the classes. If children do not possess football boots they can wear trainers. If you are buying boots, moulded soles are sufficient.

Child Behaviour & Discipline:

Behaviour

We do not tolerate swearing or bad behaviour from any of the children and we reserve the right to remove any child from the course, without refund of fees, for these reasons. Please click here to view the child discipline procedure;

Frequently asked questions about holiday courses:

* When do we get confirmation of places

Usually you will get confirmation a minimum three days prior to the start of the camp. This will be via telephone or post. If the camp is filled before the three day deadline then you will be contacted sooner.

 

* What do we do when we first arrive?

Staff will direct you to the main hall or sports hall where you will be greeted by the head coach, then all the children will be signed in.

* What will my child be doing on the course?

Children will take part in a wide variety of fun skills coaching activities where they will develop their basic and intermediate skills including; Passing, moving, dribbling, shooting, defending, heading, control.

* Who will be supervising my child?

Sporting Dreams is a registered body of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB). All staff members are policed checked and accredited with a CRB enhanced disclosure certificate. Even though all staff are first aid and emergency aid trained, each staff member goes through a vigorous internal training program in looking after the health and safety all children. Staff hold the FA Coaching Certificate Level 2 (uefa b), many of our staff also hold the Level 3 Certificate.

* What do I do if my child is unable to attend, e.g. sick?

Contact head office (01455-446-445) and leave a message with your child’s name and what course they were attending. Please note that no-one will be in the office on a coaching day until 5pm.

* What to do if there is poor weather conditions?

All venues have inside facilities, so come rain or shine the show will go on.

* Who can I contact if I have any further questions?

Please contact head coach Darren Hill on the office line or directly on 07813-175-444.
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