ABOUT OUR SUMMER CAMPS
Our philosophy is to give kids the opportunity through sport to learn leadership skills at a young age. Building confidence, sportsmanship, team work and communication will help develop life skills.
Training simultaneously in multiple sports benefits children's athletic development in many ways. Physical mobility and dexterity is honed through varied practiced skills. Transferring those skill sets from one sport to another is what creates a successful all-around athlete.
Understanding important life accomplishments through sport is an effective way to build self-confidence in youth. With each different sport there are different levels of success that athletes can achieve, both big and small. As athletes succeed in sports, their self-confidence increases as they begin to understand they can overcome obstacles that may stand in their way, both in sport and in life. Creating that link between sport and life at a young age is critical in developing an athlete and a mentally tough person throughout the rest of their lives.
To meet the physical distancing (PD) requirements laid out by Tennis Canada,
Tennis NB, and the Provincial Government, below are a few examples we will be implementing to our summer camps.
We are fortunate to offer both indoor and outdoor activities in our summer camps. Accessing the wood lot for casual hiking or the turf field for outdoor non - contact games, campers will experience a variety of safe, fun healthy activities.
We will group kids according to age and skill level. Kids will stay in the same group for the week with the same pro. When interacting with compatible groups social distancing guidelines will be followed. Coaches will handle all the equipment and a fewer number of balls will be used. All activities will follow the respective return to safe play policies.
The center will provide hand sanitizer stations, regular washroom, lounge and the contact points cleaning and disinfecting. All GNB and WorkSafeNB operational plans will be implemented.
Complimentary 7:45 am drop off and 5:30 pm pick up
Week 7: Fun recreation tournament
This week is designed to allow recreational players to experience playing singles and doubles games in a fun, social, competitive environment. Players will be grouped into red, orange and green ball divisions. While not playing campers will learn how to be
umpires, ball kids and learn how to run a round robin event. Kids will be given tasks on how to lead and run an event.
Campers will be drafted on teams of similar age and skill level. Teams will compete against each other in a variety of sports and adventure activities.