Summer and half-term circus camps.
FULL WEEKS OF FUN
Our holiday camps are jam packed full of fun, including a full schedule of new activities, warm-ups, dance, poster designing and of course, the Showtime Showcase Finale!
Each camp typically lasts for 5 days, culminating in a stage show at the end of the week, where each child will feature alongside industry professionals and perform the skills that they have learnt during the week.
Your children will learn skills such as Aerial Hoop/Silks, Acrobatics, Stilt-Walking, Juggling and Tight-rope, all taught by current professional circus performers, in a fun and safe environment.
Both Camps are based at Roundwood Park School, and run from 9am – 4pm each day.
A typical schedule will consist of the following:
Warmup and Dancing
Introduction to first skill
Art and Craft
Second & third skill
TEEN HANGOUT ROOM
We’re SUPER DELIGHTED to now offer our teen hangout room, designed specifically for teenagers who need a safe, fun and friendly place to socialise. This allows the older “kids“ to practise already leant circus skills, learn new skills with the guidance of a “cool“ instructor, or just hangout with friends, listen to music and eat our delicious circus doughnuts!
This day is typically on the Tuesday of each holiday week, and runs from 11-3pm, so the little darlings can have well earned lie-in, but get back in time to make the dinner!
The beautiful art of forming shapes with your body, while suspended from height, either on a hoop, rope, or silks.
The performance of extraordinary human feats of balance, agility and motor co-ordination.
An amazing skill which uses advanced hand-eye co-ordination.
It is scientifically proven that circus skills can greatly assist in the development of children’s brains, as well aiding in the growth in communication and social skills.
“I wanted a chance to spread the happiness and joy that exists when watching the circus, by enabling children to learn from, and perform alongside, other industry professionals. My aim is to open possibilities to children that they may only have ever dreamed about!”