Rhino Sports Camps

Easter
Multisport camp

Easter Multi Sport Camp – The best of tennis, rugby, football and basketball. Teaming up with Tennis 4 All, we will bring fresh, exciting and engaging activities all day long that will improve your skills and enjoyment across all sports.

Nether Heyford

Nether Heyford Tennis Club 

Nether Heyford, NN7 3LL

Tues 6th – Thurs 8th April

09:00 – 16:00

Ages 5 – 15

Pricing

  • Full Day – £30.00 – Drop off 9:00am _ Pick up 4:00pm
  • 2 Full Days – £50 – Drop off 9:00am _ Pick up 4:00pm
  • 3 Full Days -£75 – Drop off 9:00am _ Pick up 4:00 pm
  • Twilight Add on – £5 Per day – Our twilight option extends your child’s day by 30 minutes either side of the camp. Drop off 8:30am _ Pick up 4:30pm. (Simply select the days you wish your child to attend from the dropdown menu and select the option with +Twilight e.g Tues 6th +Twilight.)

Blisworth

Blisworth Primary School

Blisworth, NN7 3DD

Mon 29th – Wed 31st March

09:00 – 16:00

Ages 5 – 15

Pricing

  • Full Day – £30.00 – Drop off 9:00am _ Pick up 4:00pm
  • 2 Full Days – £50 – Drop off 9:00am _ Pick up 4:00pm
  • 3 Full Days -£75 – Drop off 9:00am _ Pick up 4:00 pm
  • Twilight Add on – £5 Per day – Our twilight option extends your child’s day by 30 minutes either side of the camp. Drop off 8:30am _ Pick up 4:30pm. (Simply select the days you wish your child to attend from the dropdown menu and select the option with +Twilight e.g Tues 6th +Twilight.)

Tennis 4 All

we are proudly teaming up with Tennis 4 all to deliver the camp this Easter. Tennis 4 All’s has been coaching children in Northampton from the age of 2½ upwards for over 10 years and are experts at finding the most exciting ways for children to get into the world of tennis.

COVID 19

From 29 March, as set out in the COVID-19 response – spring 2021 guidance, and in line with when schools close for the Easter holidays, out-of-school settings and wraparound providers will be able to offer the following provision.

Outdoor provision to all children, without restrictions on the purpose for which they may attend.

Indoor provision to:

  • vulnerable children and young people, under any circumstance
  • children on free school meals, where they are attending as part of the Department for Education’s holiday activities and food programme
  • all other children, where the provision is one of the following:
    • reasonably necessary to enable their parents and carers to work, search for work, undertake education or training, or attend a medical appointment or address a medical need, or attend a support group
    • being used by electively home educating parents as part of their arrangements for their child to receive a suitable full-time education
    • being used as part of their efforts to obtain a regulated qualification, meet the entry requirements for an educational institution, or undertake exams and assessments

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