The Department of Youth, Sport and Recreation will be having two teen-aged camps this summer for students aged 11 to 15 years, commencing on Monday, July 2 and ending on Friday, August 10.
One will be a sports-based Summer Camp held at T.N. Tatem Middle School.
Camp Champions is a camp that will focus on developing and refining skills, improving self esteem and teambuilding and bonding.
Students will also get the opportunity to enjoy off-site field trips.
Students will be coached by Naquita Robinson and Erika Russell, along with College Scholarship athletes.
The camp will allow your child to talk with these athletes about furthering their education through athletics.
The camp will also include math and English tutorials.
This will allow students to complete their summer packets.
Mornings will consist of skills and drills which include football for boys and girls as well as cricket for boys and netball for girls.
Afternoon activities will include small sided games and swimming outings.
Other sports will include basketball, tennis, volleyball and badminton.
The second teen-aged camp, Boys 2 Men/Girls 2 Ladies will be based at the Whitney Institute Middle School.
This camp is for the child that enjoys a variety of activities.
Listed below are what Teen Camp has to offer;
- Workshops on road safety, money management, peer pressure, building self confidence, communication, etiquette, team building, STDs, and drug prevention.
- Activities: Sports including (bowling, golfing, basketball, football, cricket), water activities – (snorkelling & canoeing), pottery, swim days, arts and crafts,
- Girls: Jewellery making, spa day and dance.
- Boys: Drumming instruction, carpentry, fishing.
- Community Service: Seniors Tea and Camp-a-rama.
The theme for both Teen Camp 2012 is ‘Character Counts… everywhere, all the time!’ The Character Counts programme gives counsellors and campers a supporting structure for virtuous living.
The campers will be engaged in a variety of activities and learning experiences that adopted the Six Pillars of Character; Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship.
Registration takes place on Tuesday, May 1 from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the CedarBridge Academy.
For more information please contact one of our friendly staff members or visit our website at www.youthandsport.bm. Phone: 295-0855 or e-mail: email@example.com.