If you are thinking about a summer camp for your child/children, now it's the time to book.
Some suggestions from the FOCUS team:
ASL (American School London)
The ASL Summer Program blends an exciting mix of outdoor and indoor activities for children age 4-18. They provide a unique opportunity for children to learn valuable skills and make new friends through programs that are challenging, educational and fun.
Tasis Summer Programmes
Programmes in England, Switzerland, France and Puerto Rico each with several options that span from languages to visual and perfoming arts, from digital photography to robotics, from sports to cultural excursions.
An action-packed, unforgettable summer camp in the spectacular Swiss Alps. Participants will develop skills, knowledge and understanding in sport, languages, team work, culture and outdoor pursuits; all in a fun and enriching environment.
Specialists in teaching drama, musical theatre, street dance and with considerable experience directing children in performing arts productions. All Dramarama students have the chance to develop their acting skills, at their own pace, in a happy, safe and supportive environment. Age 3 to 16 year olds.
Summer camps that teach coding, making, and digital arts through classes like Video Game Design, Mobile App Design, Robotics, and Digital Music Production. They help young people make things with technology, so they can learn design thinking, problem-solving, communication and collaboration in the process.
Little House of Science
Little House of Science foster the natural curiosity in boys and girls and re-enforce STEM subjects in a fun, project-based way so that children can connect with science from an early age. Summer camps 2018 include: The Science of the Oceans and Ecosystems, Isaac Newton and the Physics of Light and Sound, Meet the Elements: Fun Chemistry, Space, Stars and Galaxies and more.
Super Camps runs fun, safe holiday day camps for children aged 4 - 14 at over 70 venues across the UK.
No two days are the same at this multi-activity camp which include a variety of sports, games and arts and crafts.
The Hill Soccer School
Originally an Arsenal soccer school, now an independent soccer school. It still maintains links with Arsenal Football Club and if there are any exceptional players, they do consider recommending them. Based in Primrose Hill Park.
Will to Win
A fun way to improve at tennis. Camp weeks use lots of drills, games and match play to convey specific teaching points. The emphasis is on learning and fun! Several locations: Chiswick House Gardens, Hyde Park, Greenwich Park, Lammas Park, Ealing Pitshanger Park, Regent’s Park.