Example of selected children
Financial – A child is unable to attend or have access to additional sporting or active opportunity due to financial restraints.
Physical – A child suffering with a physical limitation meaning he/she often ‘miss out’ on sporting activities or feel they are not capable of taking part.
Emotional – A child with low self-esteem: this could be down to several factors, including a difficult start to their life or possible experiences of physical and/or mental abuse by adults or children.
Additional needs – A child or young person who requires further individual support with their learning to ensure they are staying active in sport. This could include additional needs such as Autism, Aspergers, ADHD.
It is our duty, to provide children with a positive and stimulating environment – which aims to ensure improvements in confidence, increased participation in social situations and a healthier body and mind.
What our customers say
My son went here in the Easter Holiday for a few days and absolutely loved it. He tells me about all the different stuff he got up to, lots to do, he’s made new friends and seen some friends from school. The staff are very friendly and the kids love them. Highly Recommend
The staff are amazing!
The staff are amazing – they not only develop skills, they also encourage and develop confidence.
Good Value & Fun!
Great holiday club for kids – good value and fun!
I won’t send him to another holiday club now!
Zachary has always enjoyed going to holiday clubs, we have tried a few and have always rated PlaySport, the instructors who run the St Mary’s holiday club work at his school so he is always comfortable attending. He looks forward to going everyday, enjoys all the activities that are done throughout the week and the way it’s all planned out. I won’t send him to another holiday club now!