Fusion Camp

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Perform Camp

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Survival Camp

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Young Leaders

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Multi Sports

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Coding Camp

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Experience Plus

Other

Grammar School at Leeds

Alwoodley, North Leeds

Moorlands School

Far Headingley, North Leeds

The Mount School

Tadcaster Road, York

Cundal Manor

Cundal, York

Join the team

We look for people who put their heart into what they do, and then help them to lead.

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Training Dates 2024

Partner with us

We believe that by working together, we can actively drive change in our industry and make a difference to the lives of children across the UK. 

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Become a Franchisee

We look for people who put their heart into what they do, and then help them to lead.

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Want us at your venue

Partnering with Adventure Camps gives you the opportunity to improve your offering to children and parents.

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Keeping your children safe at Adventure Camps

Children welfare is our primary duty at Adventure Camps.

Whilst your child is in our care, we are responsible for their wellbeing and safety. As such, your child’s welfare is our main concern in everthing we do.

Safeguarding refers to all things that adults do to keep children safe and protect them from harm.

Some Useful Safeguarding Links:

CEOP

The Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre has advice on keeping children safe online and advice for different ages as well as parents / carers and professionals.

Childline

Childline has some great advice on keeping safe on and offline, and also has a helpline which children can contact if they have a worry about anything.

NAPAC

The ‘National Association for People Abused in Childhood’ offers support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse

Child Safety Online

A practical guide from the government for parents and carers whose children are using the internet & social media.

To keep your children safe and for your peace of mind, Adventure Camps do the following:

  • Each camp has a designated safeguarding lead and supporting deputy. These are staff members specially trained by external agencies to deal with safeguarding issues.
  • All our staff are trained in safeguarding and child protection and know to talk to their Designated Safeguarding lead if they have any worries about a child.
  • We will refer any worries about a particular child to the local safeguarding board, who will advise us on the best action to take.
  • We also encourage parents to discuss matters concerning their children with a team member to help us carry out our duties effectively.
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