Premier Education

Multi-Activity Holiday Camps

At Premier Education, it’s our mission to give every child the opportunity to take part in fun, exciting activity sessions – during both term times and the school holidays!

With a wide variety of sports, games, and activities to experience, our Multi-activity Holiday Camps are designed for children of all abilities. Each child will get the chance to develop and improve both physical and cognitive skills, as well as building confidence and self-esteem.

Each session is led by our fully qualified Activity Professionals, who ensure that your children are safe, having fun, and learning new skills. It is our goal to support, lead, and inspire children – with a focus on active participation, not competition.

We deliver joy, excitement, and lots of laughter to children across the country, which is why over 7,000 parents have rated us as ‘excellent’ on Trustpilot!

A day at one of our Multi-activity Holiday Camps…

Our Multi-activity Holiday Camps introduce a whole host of activities that children might never have tried before – from exhilarating activities like lacrosse, to playground classics such as tennis or hockey… And whilst every day might be different, we thought it would be handy to give you a taste of what to expect during a week of our famous Multi-activity Holiday Camps…

Premier Education Multi-activity Holiday Camp timetable.

Our Safety Measures:

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve had to adapt the way we run our Holiday Camps to make them safer and minimise the risk of infection.

With over 20 years of experience running Holiday Camps for primary school children, we have been able to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and government guidelines effectively and efficiently.

Each one of our Holiday Camps is operating on reduced group sizes, so that there is a maximum of 15 children per coach – this also ensures that there is lots of space to safely socialise and have fun. We have also put a ‘bubble’ system in place, ensuring that there is little contact between different groups of children, minimising the risk of infection.