This is a 1-week course (Monday-Friday), 2 hours each session, that covers all basic tennis techniques and games. Great way to learn and develop tennis skills and build confidence for boys and girls of all playing levels.
Please bring a bottle of water and your own racket where possible, but rackets can be borrowed on the day if needed and will be cleaned thoroughly after each day. Sanitizers will be available at the court.
Please wear comfortable sports outfits and shoes. Skirts (except tennis skirts) are not recommended. Caps and suncream are important if the weather is hot.
The court is outdoors at the rooftop level. We recommend that you arrive 15 minutes before your session so you can collect an entry pass from the welcome desk. You will need the entry pass for the guest lift to be taken to the rooftop level, and again back to the store after drop-off. You will be asked to supply a form of ID (driving licence or bank card) which will be returned to you when you return the pass at the end of your session each day.
If the session is canceled due to weather conditions, you will be notified by email at least 2 hours before the session starts. You will be offered an alternative date after the 30th of October for a make-up session, or a refund for the session.
To limit the risk of transmission of the virus and reduce mix between groups, we can only accept weekly bookings. We apologize in advance that we are not able to accommodate single day bookings.
The smaller group size of 5 will ensure that social distancing can be observed more easily. The coaches will wear a face mask for the whole duration and will keep at least 1 meter apart from you and your child. All activities have been created to ensure social distancing can be maintained. We will remind children of the need to social distance and will continue to remind them throughout their session. We do ask however, that you ensure you explain and ensure your children understand social distancing before they come to camp.
Parents are welcome to stay but we ask that only one parent is present for drop-off and collection to minimise any possible transmission.
The child will be taken to a designated isolation area and their parents will be called to collect them from camp. Any child who shows symptoms should be tested as soon as possible and remain at home until test results are received. Parents of children in camp will be advised of a possible case and if a case is confirmed, this will be reported to Public Health England and we will follow their advice. We ask that no child is sent to camp if they feel unwell with any form of illness. We are also asking parents to take their children’s temperatures each day before camp and they must not bring their child to camp if they have a temperature.