Warriors’ popular Rugby Camps will return during the Easter break next month at Sixways and Old Swinford Hospital School in Stourbridge.
Both camps will be run in line with the RFU guidance and will focus on getting children back outside, physically active and playing rugby in a safe and progressive way after lockdown.
A team of Warriors coaches will lead the groups through a variety of games and activities which will be fun, challenging and set the children up to return to rugby when restrictions ease further.
All of the camps are open to boys and girls in school years two to 11 with specific camps for boys and girls in school years two to six, boys in years seven to 11 and girls in years seven to 11.
The Sixways Camp will be held on Thursday April 8 and Friday April 9 (9.30am to 3.00pm) for boys and girls in school years two to six and for boys in years seven to 11.
There will also be an All Girls Camp for girls in school years seven to 11.The camp at Old Swinford Hospital School will be held on Tuesday April 13 and Wednesday April 14 (9.30am to 3.00pm).
To ensure the safety of all participants and staff at the camps COVID-19 protocols will again be in place including: a COVID screening questionnaire to be completed on each morning of the camp, a two-stage registration process with temperature checks on arrival, regular sanitisation breaks for participants and cleaning of equipment and no mixing between groups.
Places cost £65 (£45 for the All Girls Camp). The Easter camps will go on sale shortly and, with demand for places expected to be high, early booking is advised.
To book places and for further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plans are already being worked on for future camps during the May half-term and summer holidays. Further information will appear on this website and our social media channels in due course.