Kings Camps Glasgow– School Holiday Camp

Member since: 27 Jun 2023

This club falls within the following categories:

Childrens Center , Education , Fitness , Sports , Summer Camp

Contact Information Address: 425 Anniesland Road, Glasgow, G13 1YQ, JordanHill, Glasgow, G13 1YQ Phone Number: 0114 2632160 Website:


About this club:

Discover a world of excitement and adventure at Kings Camps, where children aged 5-17 can unleash their energy and creativity during the school holidays. With over 30 exhilarating sports and activities, our programs are designed to inspire children to stay active, have fun, and learn together.

- Engaging and dynamic coaches bring 'The Kings Factor' to life, creating an atmosphere of enthusiasm and energy.
- Our not-for-profit status allows us to contribute to a better world by promoting children's physical activity with every booking.
- Multi-Active, our renowned core program, offers a range of active games and activities tailored to different age groups, fostering new skills, friendships, and confidence.
- The Rookie Academy provides 15-17 year-olds with leadership skill development and confidence-building activities, often leading to opportunities to work with our team.
- Each day at camp is filled with warm-ups, team games, sports, swimming, individual challenges, and the recognition of the 'Star of the Day'.
- Our exceptional venues and experienced coaches ensure that every session maximizes the available space and facilities.
- Kings Camps in England are Ofsted registered and accept all childcare vouchers.

Join us at our Glasgow locations at Strathclyde University and Jordan Hill School, as well as at various venues across the UK during the Easter and summer school holidays – we can't wait to see you there!


Price Information:

£155 per week


This clubs opening times are:

Mon - Fri
8.15am - 5.30pm


  • Team Building
  • Social Skills
  • Motor Skills
  • Confidence Building
  • Communication & Language

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Operating Times:
  • Holidays
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