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Camp Fantasy

3-5 Years

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Calling all wannabe Fairies, Heroes, Witches & Wizards, Secret Spy Agents and Santa’s Helpers… your training starts here!

Camp Fantasy is the perfect ‘first’ activity camp for children aged 3–5 years by combining fun and learning, Camp Fantasy breaks down complex activities into fun and manageable chunks, providing a great introduction to Camp. Children are always in small groups and our wonderful childcare qualified staff guide our Little Tots, helping them to develop at their own pace, whilst having lots of fun!

We aim to provide parents with the very best camp experience for their children and this is primarily down to our dedicated staff. Our staff are vetted in accordance with the recognised guidelines through Ofsted and The Criminal Records Bureau. Each staff member is chosen for their genuine commitment and desire to work with young children. Each Playtime Camp is managed by an experienced Nursery Leader with Level 3 CACHE/NNEB qualifications.

Below is an example itinerary for your programme, providing you with a guideline of the type of activities and level of challenge involved. Your actual program will depend on weather conditions and the ability of the group.

2016/2017 Dates

  • Christmas 16: 19th December – 23rd December
  • February 17: 13th February – 17th February
  • Easter 17: 3rd April – 23rd April
  • May 17: 30th May – 2nd June
  • Summer 17: 10th July – 1st September
  • October 17: tbc

Sample Timetable / 9:00am – 4:00pm

Wrap around available 8:00am – 6:00pm Download

Bouncy Castle

Construction Toys

Messy Play

Arts & Crafts

Splash Time

Music & Movement

Sand Play

Pasta Pictures

Songs & Story Time

Trampolining

Face Painting

Whole Camp Dance

Adventure Playground

Teddy Bear Picnic

Performing Arts

Hand Painting

Bouncy Castle

Splash Time

Felt Puppet Design

Parachute Game

Face Painting

Treasure Hunt

Songs & Story Time

Whole Camp Dance

Bouncy Castle

Sand Play

Messy Play

Chalk & Pastel Pictures

End of the week review