Olympians Sports Camp at Priestnall School, Heaton Mersey
Heaton Mersey is a hub for commuters travelling into Manchester and beyond, which means that there are lots of working parents in the area looking for ways in which to keep their children occupied and entertained during the school holidays.
Little Sports Coaching holiday sports camps in Heaton Mersey offer a great alternative to traditional day-care, providing children with the opportunity to burn off some energy on even the rainiest days in an environment that is safe, secure and, most importantly, friendly and fun.
Working parents can find themselves feeling guilty at having to leave their youngsters during school breaks, but these kid’s sports camps in Stockport remove the negativity; why should anyone feel bad when their children are obviously having so much fun?
The Olympians Sports Camps held at Priestnall School in Heaton Mersey offer peace-of-mind for parents and fun-filled days for kids. They run from 9.30am until 3.30pm, providing an action-packed programme of sports and entertaining games.
Variety is the key and children between the ages of four and 12 will never get bored as they explore a range of differing sporting activities, including tennis, hockey, athletics, tag rugby, basketball, and football.
The ‘Olympians’ name may suggest the need for a certain level of ability, but this is not the case at all. Children of all abilities are welcome at the holiday sports camps in Heaton Mersey, with the focus placed firmly upon personal development rather than achieving pre-set goals.
Youngsters are given the freedom to develop at their own pace under the care and supervision of a fully-qualified and experienced coaching team.
The days are organised to mimic the school schedule, with mid-morning, afternoon and lunchtime breaks. In between, children are focussed on having a ball; most of the time completely unaware of the valuable skills they are learning.
There is no doubt that these kid’s sports camps in Stockport are a great way of boosting children’s sporting and athletic abilities, but the benefits extend much further than the sports hall. What better way in which to boost confidence and improve interpersonal skills than in an environment where fun is the focus?
Children undoubtedly end the day feeling proud of their new-found skills – not to mention pleasantly tired – whilst parents and carers can relax knowing that their youngsters have spent the day having a good time, making new friends, and discovering new skills and abilities.
Some youngsters will leave the sessions celebrating winning one of the special awards up for grabs, whilst others will simply be happy to have learned new skills or to have made a new friend – or three.