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Bishop's Stortford

Our Kids Activity Camp In Bishop's Stortford

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Ofsted Reg No. EY152900

Site Entrance details: Parents to use both car parks, on site sports hall (top) and main entrance (bottom). Registration is near the sports hall DC building. 

Barracudas Kids Camp in Bishop's Stortford offers a wide variety of exciting activities during the school Easter and summer holidays. Based at Bishop's Stortford College, Hertfordshire, children make new friends, try new activities but most of all have lots of FUN! We offer a safe and well organised programme for local children to enjoy.

Our activity holidays are Ofsted registered giving parents peace of mind, whilst ensuring maximum FUN for kids. The camp is for children aged 4.5 to 14 years and offers 80+ fun and exciting activities including swimming, archery, motorsports, aqua slide and many more! Skills Builder courses are also available and include Motor Mania, Swim School, Lab Rats and Upstage!

Bishop’s Stortford College provides a beautifully green and spacious setting, located within a 130 acre campus. The college's sporting facilities include all weather courts, 2 astroturf pitches, multi-purpose sports hall, theatre, archery range, motorsports track, tennis and squash courts. There is also a state-of-the-art indoor 25 metre pool and learner pool, so there’s always plenty of swimming available on the timetable. No wonder this is one of our most popular venues!

All Barracudas camps are registered with OFSTED, giving you peace of mind that whilst your children are having a fantastic and fun time with us they are also always well cared for and safe.

Standard opening hours are 8.30am to 5.30pm but these can be extended from 8am to 6pm with our Early and Late Clubs. These flexible hours means busy parents can relax knowing their children are well entertained all day!  

To see a copy of the camps lastest Ofsted report, please click here