Rhythmix Dance Camp at Firwood Manor School, Oldham
School holidays don’t have to mean boredom for children in Oldham if they attend Little Sports Coaching’s kid’s street dance holiday camps in Greater Manchester.
Even if the weather is bad, the sessions make it easy to keep even the most active of children entertained.
Our Rhythmix sports camps are aimed at boys and girls aged between four and 12 and are packed full of fun activities, ranging from gymnastics and street dance to cheerleading.
The street dance camps in Oldham, held at Firwood Manor School, are a great way of boosting fitness, agility and strength, in addition to improving co-ordination, flexibility, and posture.
The benefits extend much further than physical improvement. Youngsters who take part in this type of school holiday gymnastics camp in Manchester can also experience a huge boost to their confidence as they make new friends and improve their social skills and concentration.
During the camps Firwood Manor School becomes the perfect place for youngsters to let off some steam, get the exercise they need and ‒ most importantly ‒ really enjoy their holiday from school.
It doesn’t matter if children have lots of experience of the activities on offer or have never tried any of them before. The sessions are tailored to meet the needs of children of all ages and abilities. The children are separated into groups based on how old they are and their ability levels to ensure they get the most out of the day.
There is no excessive pressure to perform either. Street dance camps in Oldham offer the chance for children to learn and improve at their own rate with the main emphasis being on ensuring that every youngster feels safe, secure and able to have lots of fun.
The Rhythmix holiday camps do not focus solely on learning gymnastic or dance techniques; instead, the syllabus encourages expression and the development of interpersonal and physical skills.
The camps begin with a warm-up and fun games before the children go on to learn and practice new skills. There are lots more games throughout the day and the youngsters get a chance to show off what they have learned to their parents or carers near the end of the day.
All the activities are led by qualified coaches with extensive experience of working with young people and the camp’s schedule reflects that of a school day, with morning, afternoon and lunch breaks to make it easy for children to understand and feel free to concentrate on simply having fun.