What to bring

The What to Bring Checklist

 

Downloadable PDF- What to bring checklist

 

Clothing

Comfortable sports clothing (no jeans!); tracksuit bottoms, t-shirt, jumper/hoodie, shorts (optional), spare t-shirt

Trainers (no sandals or flip flops)

Spare old t-shirt for painting/ arts and crafts

No Jewellery

Food and drink

A large packed lunch with plenty of snacks (it’s a long day of activities and the kids will eat a lot of food!)

A refillable water bottle


What they won’t need!

Please don’t send your child to camp with expensive or precious items! While bringing a familiar toy from home may be useful to settle a nervous child, please don’t bring their favourite toy – it may get lost or grubby during it’s day on camp!

All specialist sporting equipment is provided, so there is no need to bring tennis racquets or footballs to camp – although if your child wishes to they may bring football boots/shin pads etc.

Electronic items such as ipods, ipads, and mobile telephones MUST NOT be used at camp – the children will be kept busy and entertained and there is no time when they will need to use them throughout their day at camp. If you feel it is necessary for your child to have a phone during the camp day then it must be given to the camp co-ordinator for safe keeping and will be returned to your child at 4pm. This is to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all children on camp.

 

We may have themed days on camp (such as Wacky Wednesday), where the children can receive house points for fancy dress. We will send out information on the camp themes and any fancy dress days before the camp start. Do not feel that you have to go out and buy things for these days, we will keep them simple to save late trips to the shops!