Over 1000 participants enjoyed their Easter break with us in 2021. Our Easter sports camps proved a great success after the uncertainty we all experienced at the beginning of the year.
We made great memories, met top sports people and enjoyed staying active!
Our Multi Activity Camps, Netball Fever and The Cricket Academy revived venues across the country this Easter break.
Activated with star visits stories
Young participants engaged with our inspirational star visits.
They met Alex Tudor, Graeme White, Lauren Tait, Megan Thorne and Ashleigh Jay. Their presence at different venues gave the children the opportunity to make great memories and take away gold nuggets of top sports experience and stories.
Coach Max Everett, who hosted Alex Tudor’s visit in one of our Easter camps, talks about the value such visits bring:
“Having a star visit Activate Camps is an amazing opportunity for the kids. They are able to ask questions and learn from former and current professional players. It’s not only the kids that can get star struck but also the coaches!”
Fun and motivation at high level in Easter Camps
Ex-England international cricketer Alex Tudor joined our participants both on the pitch and in a Q&A session.
Watch him bowl, in the video below, with each group so batters could test their skill against him. They all engaged and it felt like a big game unfolding right there, at our venue!
Later, Alex Tudor shared his experience, talking about what it takes to get to that elite level of cricket. Children and coaches alike were captivated by his stories.
Check out our Alex Tudor video highlight of the whole week of sports camps.
Stay tuned to our social media channels. We will have a lot more video content with our star visits and Ambassadors for you soon.
Covid safety at the forefront of Activate Camps
After a lot of uncertainty and strain we all felt through this pandemic, our sports camps brought back the cheer, the inspiration, the focus for everybody to be at their best.
We kept our camps Covid safe with measures in place to reduce virus related risks. With the same Covid related safety in mind, and the prospect of making further great memories while improving skills, we are looking forward to our summer camps now.