SBR Holiday Camps
Our SBR Holiday Camps expose young rugby athletes to the highest level of coaching in a game-oriented environment.
It’s a unique opportunity for boys & girls of all levels to learn how to communicate on the field, master our SBR techniques and decision-making processes. We want you to be able to understand how to create your own space and become a key player on the pitch after your time with us.
Our camps are designed for a whole day from 10:00 am to 03:00 pm, packed lunch is not included.
- May 30th – June 03rd
Following government and RFU guidelines, below relate to changes announced by the government on 9 February and reflect the plan for living with COVID-19.
In summary this means that:
- There are no set restrictions on how many people can take part in sport and physical activity, indoors and outdoors.
- All sports facilities can open, including ancillary facilities. There are no indoor capacity limits, however rugby clubs may put in place some guidance or measures to manage their facility.
- Organised sport participation events can take place outdoors with no capacity caps for participants or spectators.
- People will no longer be legally required to self-isolate if they test positive for COVID-19. New guidance will advise people who test positive to stay at home and avoid contact with other people.
- People will no longer be legally required to self-isolate if they are unvaccinated and a close contact of someone with COVID-19. Fully vaccinated close contacts will no longer be advised to test for 7 days.
- Read the Government Guidance
What are our isolation protocols?
If someone on camp starts to display symptoms of COVID-19, then that child will be required to isolate until they are collected. Their parent/guardian will be notified immediately and required to come and collect their child(ren) as soon as reasonably possible. The rest of the group will be able to continue as normal.
The individual(s) presenting symptoms of covid-19 are required to get a PCR test and inform us as soon as reasonably possible of the result.
Positive Test – If the result comes back positive then we will continue to monitor the group for other symptoms/cases and will support NHS Track and Trace if required. Anyone under the age of 18 years and 6 months or has been fully vaccinated is not required to self-isolate if contacted by NHS Track and Trace or if they live in the same household as someone with COVID-19. These close contacts are instead encouraged to get a PCR test.
Negative Test – If the result comes back negative then the child will be admitted back to camp.
Will we be testing our staff?
Yes. Every member of our team will take a lateral flow test regularly.
Do parents need to wear facemasks when dropping and collecting their children?
No, however, they can if they wish to.
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Depending on the number of children participating, SBR reserves the right to cancel the dates of the camps.