Oct 2021 half-term camp (soft-ball)
Bookings open from approximately 6pm on Sunday 10th October 2021.
Who is this camp for?
Children in school year 1 to school year 5
Please note this camp is soft-ball only
Girls and boys
Kids of any ability level from beginner to advanced are welcome.
Players will be split into appropriate groups. The camp has the use of 2 sports halls and the possibility of doing some activities outdoors, weather permitting.
You don't have to be a current member of the club - our camps are open to everyone.
Dates and times?
Monday 25th - Friday 29th October 2021
9am - 4pm each day
This camp is at Kingsdale Foundation School (located between West Dulwich and Gypsy Hill).
*Entrance via Bowen Drive* - see this location on Google Maps
*No children/parents are to try to enter from the front of the school*
How much does the camp cost?
1 day = £47
2 days = £88
3 days = £130
4 days = £165
5 days = £199
You can book your child or children into either individual days or the full week.
Discounts are applied at the checkout.
Sorry, neither SMCC Juniors nor 360 Cricket are able to accept Childcare Vouchers.
There are no sibling discounts for the camps.
Our club "ability to pay is not a barrier to play" policy applies, but only for current SMCC members with whom we have already agreed a discounted rate. Please ask 360 Cricket by email, copying in the club (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How many kids will be in the camp per day? How many coaches will you have?
40 players per day.
We plan for a minimum coach:player ratio of 1:7 and more typically this is 1:5. We will have a suitable ratio of senior and support coaches as per ClubMark guidelines. We will also have at least one 'spare' coach at all times to deal with any injuries, illnesses or other such incidents.
What do my kids need to bring?
A bottle of water (which they can refill at the club)
A packed lunch & sufficient snacks (ideally healthy ones) to get them through an active day
Clothing suitable for playing sport indoors (cricket whites are not required, but coverage of knees and elbows is recommended) and possibly a jumper for some activities to be outdoors (weather permitting)
Their own cricket bats if they want to bring them
Any medications that your child needs (e.g. asthma inhaler, EpiPen, etc) - coaches are trained in emergency First Aid but will not give or apply any medication, so you must ensure your child knows how to do this themselves; if in doubt please speak to 360 Cricket directly.
Please write your child's name on all items, to avoid them getting mixed up.
Please remember we are a non-profit, member-run cricket club
While 360 Cricket are a professional cricket coaching business, we as a club are not a business and we are not run for profit.
SMCC is, like most all cricket clubs, run by a few of its players and parents, volunteering our time simply for the love of the game and for the love of our wonderful little cricket club.