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Please see below our frequently asked questions. If your query is still not answered, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or on social media, and one of our camp specialists will be in touch.

All contact details can be found here.


What age groups are eligible to attend a Next Level Camp?

At Next Level Camps we cater from 4 to 16 year olds! Children are grouped based on their academic year, meaning friendship groups are never broken and children build bonds with new peers. The groups are split as follows: Level 1: Early Years (4-5) Level 2: Key Stage 1 (6-7) Level 3: Key Stage 2 (8-10) Level 4: Key Stage 3 (11+) We also offer GCSE Workshops for those in Years 10 and 11. Please see our full list of programmes and additional workshops to find out more!


What kind of activities and programs do you offer at camp?

Our programmes have been developed by experienced education practitioners and psychologists to ensure that camp is both advantageous to child development whilst also being fun! Every day at camp offers a healthy mix of STEAM Workshops, Sports and Activities. We also offer additional workshops which can be added to your booking. These include: 1:6 Core Subject Tuition (KS2 / KS3) 11+/13+ Common Entrance Examination Workshops GCSE Skills and Knowledge Workshops


How do you keep the children safe at camp?

All of our staff at camp go through rigourous Child Safety training, including Paediatric First Aid courses, Safeguarding training, Sports and Activities training, Mental Health training, and are DBS checked. Our sites are thoroughly risk assessed and all staff are inducted on these. The vast majority of our staff are education professionals, who have accrued their own qualificiations in other roles in life, and therefore have an extensive understanding of child safety. Your children's safety is of the utmost importance to us.


What are the prices of camp?

The price of a day at camp is £50. We also offer camp packages, making the daily rate cheaper. Please see our programmes page for more detail on packages, additions and discounts.


Can my child bring electronic devices like smartphones or tablets to camp?

We encourage children to disconnect from electronic devices during camp hours to fully engage in the camp's activities. We have a no-electronics policy to promote interaction, creativity, and outdoor play.


What are the dates and duration of camp?

At Lord Wandsworth College, the following camp dates are as follows: Easter Holidays: 2nd April 2024 - 12th April 2024 May Half Term: 28th May 2024 - 31st May 2024 Summer Holidays: 8th July 2024 - 23rd August 2024 October 2024 and February 2025 dates TBC.


What should my child bring to camp each day?

For the best day at camp you will need: - A reusable bottle of water - A packed lunch (no nuts!) - Your swimming costume, towel and googles! (We provide armbands) - Weather appropriate clothing - A smile! All other equipment and resources will be provided by the camp. Please do not bring toys from home, as we cannot guarantee they wont get lost or broken. For Early Years, although all children must be toilet trained, we understand that accidents can occur so we ask that children bring a spare change of clothes with them.


How do i register my child for camp? 

Registration is really simple. Choose a programme, the dates you'd like to book and then following our booking system to secure your place and register your child(ren). This can all be found on our programmes page and our bookings page.


What is your staff-to-camper ratio?

At Next Level Camps our staff-to-camper ratio has been carefully curated to ensure the best possible camp experience. We have a smaller ratio than the Ofsted recommendation, meaning closer care and attention from our camp staff. Our ratios are as follows: Level 1: Early Years - 1:6 Level 2-4: All other Key Stages - 1:14 Additional English, Maths, Science Tuition is grouped in ratios of 1:4 or 1:6 11+/13+ CE Workshops are in groups of 1:10 GCSE Skills Workshops are in groups of 1:15


What happens in case of an emergency or if i need to contact my child during camp hours?

The Camp Leader, Deputy Leader and Early Years Leader all have camp phones on them throughout the day. We also use Whatsapp to communicate with parents for updates and in case of emergencies, making communication with camp really easy!

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