Easter holiday camps in Kent with Ofsted registered SuperCamps
Plans are being made for Easter camps in Kent, which organisers say would both relieve working parents and encourage children to socialise after months at home.
Ofsted-registered SuperCamps has plans for school holiday camps in Sevenoaks and Bromley this April.
With a government roadmap now in place to move out of the national lockdown, SuperCamps says it is gearing up to open its doors daily this Easter to children aged four to 14.
With fully-trained staff and a multi-activity programme including everything from sports to LEGO building and baking, SuperCamps believes it can help children rebuild social skills and confidence whilst mixing safely and securely with their peers in a covid safe and fun environment.
Ben Reynolds, managing director of SuperCamps says: “At SuperCamps we believe that as well as coming home tired after a day of fun, camps are a great opportunity for children to develop important skills such as team work, creativity, building confidence, being active and mixing and interacting with others.
"SuperCamps is proud to be fully operational again this Easter. We’re here to support parents by offering a high quality, multi-activity school holiday camps with exceptional staff, who you can trust in a safe and nurturing environment that is fun for kids.”
Camps are set to take place at Russell House School in Otford and Bromley High School. Parents and carers can book their children into the holiday camps either per-day or per-week depending on the amount of childcare they may require for the two-week end of term holiday.