Children’s health & wellbeing summer camp launched by Spireites Trust
Chesterfield FC Community Trust has launched Camp Inspire to help youngsters prepare for a return to school in September.
Based in the HUB at the Technique Stadium, the health & wellbeing camp has been designed to improve the physical health and social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people.
Running until Friday 28th August, Camp Inspire is centred around the five ways to wellbeing.
There are Camp Inspire Connect sessions for 4-10-year-olds and a Camp Inspire Activate programme for those aged 10-17.
Scott Atkinson, the Trust’s head of education and wellbeing, explained the thinking behind Camp Inspire: “Our community partners have told us there’s a clear need for this type of summer holiday provision.”
“It’s open to all but we are looking to identify funding to pay for places for disadvantaged children.”
“We’re working with local schools and local authorities to identify those children who are most in need.”
“We would welcome support from local businesses who are interested in sponsoring places for vulnerable children.”
The Camp Inspire sessions run from 8:30am to 5:30pm with early drop-off and late pick-up available ant a cost of £2 per half hour.
Bookings can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 01246 925115.
Anyone interested in applying for a funded place should contact their child’s school or key worker in the first instance.
Find out more about the Chesterfield FC Community Trust summer events below:
- Spireites Saturday Morning Soccer School – Find out more and book here
- Spireites Sports Club – Find out more and book here
- Spireites Girls Club – Find out more and book here
Chesterfield FC Community Trust use the power of Chesterfield FC and sport to inspire the community of Chesterfield and North Derbyshire.