Sports Camp 2018

Newtownbreda BaptistNews

Morning sports camp is FULL!
We can’t believe the spaces for our morning camp filled up in 1 day! However, we are excited to announce we will be running an afternoon sports camp from 2.30 – 4.30 on Mon 2nd July – Thurs 5th July and a family fun day on Fri 6th July from 10am – 12.00

Click here to sign up for our afternoon sports camp

When

2nd – 6th July 2018
10am – 12pm

Where

Breda Academy, Newtownbreda Road, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT8 6PY

What

Cost: FREE

For 4 years (going into P1) to 11 years (just finished P7).
Unfortunately no exceptions can be made for children outside this age range.

The morning includes an interactive warm up, either hockey or football coaching, a short snack break with teaching from the Bible, challenge games and, most importantly, a lot of fun!

Please send your child in the appropriate attire for sporting activities. Parents/guardians can choose to send their children with the safety items they deem appropriate eg shin guards, mouth guards etc. Hockey sticks are available for children who do not have their own.

Weather permitting all activities will be held outdoors so please come prepared for your child to be outside. In the event of mild adverse weather conditions eg a light drizzle, it is probable that we will continue with our outside activities.

Tea & Coffee will be served for parents at the pitch from approximately 11:30am-12:15pm. Please feel free to come down, enjoy a warm drink and watch your kids enjoy the camp.

Friday 6th July – Family Morning @ Sports Camp Parents/guardians are invited to join us on the last day of camp for a fun filled morning.
10am-11:15am: Watch your kids show off their skills while sipping on a hot tea or coffee.
11:15am-12:15pm: Enjoy a FREE BBQ, some family friendly games, a recap of the week and prize giving ceremony before heading off to enjoy the rest of your summer.

Newtownbreda Baptist Church will endeavour to follow the principles of good practice for the protection of children and young people set out in the Department of Health guide “Keeping Children Safe: Our Duty to Care” (November 2016) and adopt appropriate guidelines and procedures in line with that guidance.


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