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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most from parents and carers.

What should my child wear?

Your child should dress in comfortable clothing that they can be free to move about in. Ideally sports clothing (no jeans). Trainers are essential.

Can you support children who have special educational needs?

We will always try and accommodate children with additional needs. Please provide this information on our booking form or contact us to discuss this further.

Can my child attend just a few days?

No. The programme is designed so that your child makes continued progress throughout the week. Your child will not receive the full benefits by only attending a few days.

Will my child be with their friends during the programme?

We endeavour to make sure your child is with at least one of their friends during the programme. However, we also believe our programme  provides an exciting opportunity for children to build new relationships ahead of year 7, in particular those in their tutor group.

Can my child bring/use their mobile phone?

Yes, although we do ask that they keep their phone switched off and in their bag during the school day.

Is food provided?

No, every child needs to bring a packed lunch. There will be an opportunity to take part in a cooking activities throughout the week.

Do you accept childcare vouchers?

Yes, we do. Please contact

When does booking open?

1st March 2024

Can you support Special Educational Needs (SEN)?

Yes, we can support. Our programme is delivered by fully qualified teachers. You will have the opportunity on your booking form to highlight strategies that can support your child on the programme. You can contact a member of our team to discuss how best we can implement these.

Can somebody else collect my child?

Yes, you just need to inform us to make us aware in advance.

Can my child walk home?

Yes, you just need to inform us to make us aware in advance.

What does a typical week look like on your programme?

Children participate in numerous activities including:

Escape Room: Solve puzzles to unlock the mystery.

Glow in the dark Dodgeball: Dodgeball in a glowing arena.

Crazy Golf: Fun and quirky mini-golf challenges.

Archery: Aim and shoot with precision.

Scavenger Hunt: Find hidden treasures in a race against time.

Orienteering: Navigate the school and explore using maps.

Martial Arts: Learn self-defence and discipline.

Danish Longball: A dynamic mix of rounders and dodgeball.

Train With The Exeter Chiefs Day: Experience rugby training with the pros.

Keyring Making: Craft personalised keyrings.

Pottery Making: Create and design your own pottery.

Cooking – Pizza or Cookies: Hands-on cooking fun.

CSI Investigation: Solve a crime scene mystery.

Giant Cluedo: Life-sized version of the classic game.

Classroom Games: Engaging and interactive games.

The Big Stack: Team-building challenge in tutor groups.

Strategies To Cope With Anxiety (Workshop): Learn effective anxiety management techniques.

Online Bullying (Workshop): Strategies to deal with and prevent online bullying.

Drama Workshop: (Hw to deal with scenarios you may encounter in secondary school).

Alternative Sports Day/challenge day: Try out unconventional sports and challenges.

Jay’s Aim Charity – CPR and Defibrillator Training: Learn life-saving CPR and defibrillator skills.

You can also watch our video below.


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What to pack

Click print and tick off our ‘essential kit list’ for your child’s action packed week on our summer programme.