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Summer Camp 

 25th July - 5th August 

  8th Aug - 12th AUg Closed 

 15th Aug - 26th August 


The tans will fade but the memories will last forever!


For some, Summer Camp is just about childcare, some it's about leisure but most parents / carers would agree you send your son or daughter to camp to have fun, underpinned by wanting to know your loved ones are as safe as possible in a nurturing environment. Just keeping children occupied is nowhere near enough; children want fun and excitement with activities and staff that can entertain them all day long. That's why kids look forward to Summer at Camp Ally Pally.  


Many of us, probably also feel that kids don’t get enough physical activity during the summer months as well.  Camp can get kids going, both mentally and physically. Have a child who loves video games? Who doesn’t? Camp will allow kids to get off of couches and into physical activity.


What to expect:

Summer at Camp Ally Pally, is a unique venue for growth, allowing kids to become independent and self-confident, while socializing and making new friends, and even learning new skills.  


An attentive and caring involvement from staff, visitors who are passionate about what they do and an activity programme based on Camp Ally Pally favourites and fresh exciting ideas keep our amazing children coming back year after year.


Our APS campsite has plenty of space to accommodate all sorts of activity equipment (including bouncy castles) outdoor space to run around in and, of course, plenty of indoor space in case of the odd summer rain shower! Whatever your child's passion or whatever the weather, you can be sure they'll have the best summer ever at Camp Ally Pally.

Why Join Us This Summer


At Camp Ally Pally, we prioritises the children's happiness. 

Games and activities are designed around the children's interest. We are constantly adapting our activities and what we have on offer to keep camp exciting. 


Camp Ally Pally has an infectious atmosphere. Inhibitions, fears and anxieties are left at the door and then children, new or old, are made to feel comfortable within minutes. 

Our familiy of children and staff make sure every new face is welcomed and settled from the get go. 


Camp Ally Pally is centred around being creative, ambitious and artistic. Everyday at least 2 activities are hands on. Whether we are building, designing, painting, drawing, modelling...  the children are encouraged to explore their imagination to create something that can be take home and treasured. 


We staff that are happy to behave like children, the energy in the room is always set to 100.


We get the kids up and active with innovative games,  pressure-free sport and visits from professional guests who specialise in a certain sport or activity. 


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We believe every child deserves an amazing experience at Camp. However, for our littlest campers we want to provide more age-appropriate activity options so they can enjoy maximum fun whilst keeping safe in setting more suited to them. Our intention is to optimise their Camp Ally Pally experience by offering them the right facility to help them achieve and thrive alongside our seasoned and familiar Camp Ally Pally staff.


Now we know this may cause some inconvenience for those of you with siblings when it comes to drop off and collection. This camp will start and end half an hour earlier than APS to allow you plenty of time to get between camps.

Kids In Charge

Each Friday of Camp, kids are given the opportunity to collaborate on plans with staff or entertain their fellow campers or vote on their favourite activity from the week, the world—and the schedule—is filled with possibilities. Half of the fun is in choosing what comes next! 


Plus, kids are able to really get out of their comfort zone to take some risks with their skills, without the looming fear of failure.  At camp, there isn’t really failure, only the chance to try new things, which in itself is a success.


Whether it is basketball or 3D modelling, each activity comes with its own set of mini milestones and tests. Some of these activities might be brand new to your child, while others could be extensions of what they already know.





Creativity can’t be stifled at camp because students don’t have to worry about being graded, as mentioned above. It is only when kids are free of such restrictions that their creativity can flourish.


New friendships, confidence, independence, sense of belonging, all of these things contribute to the development of your child as they make strides from being a kid to a strong, considerate, competent adult.



25th july - 5th



15th Aug -26th




£35 A DAY

£175 A WEEK


Alexandra Park



St Martin of Porres




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