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Parents may register their children for our programs by the following ways:
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For a weekly early drop-off fee, parents may drop off their child between 8:00 – 9:00am prior to the beginning of the morning sessions. Only children signed up for a morning session are eligible for the optional early drop-off option. Children will be supervised by camp staff during this time with play-based activities.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer late pick-up due to time constraints at the Oval. For morning session participants, parents will need to pick-up their children at 12:00pm. For afternoon participants, parents will need to pick-up their children at 3:30pm. Late fees may be applicable so please pickup your child on time.
Camp withdrawal and refund requests must be submitted via email at email@example.com. One of our staff will contact you by phone or by email. Refunds will be issued back to the original form of payment. Our withdrawal/refund policy is as follows:
More than 30 days before your first day of camp: 100% refund less a $20 cancellation fee
14-29 days before your first day of camp: 50% refund less a $20 cancellation fee
Up to 14 days before your first day of camp: No refund
Alternatively, you may wish to transfer to one of our other camps at a different time as long as space is available.
If our programs are unable to run due to low enrollment, we will notify enrolled families of cancellation by email or phone. Camps will be confirmed to run approximately 4-weeks prior to its start date. A confirmation email will be sent to enrolled families.
In the event that we must cancel a camp due to low enrollment, you will receive a 100% refund on your camp fee. Alternatively, you may choose to register your child for one of our other camps.
First and foremost, our day camps are taught by BC certified teachers who are passionate and experienced in the interest areas of their camp programs. They have designed their camp programs through their own experiences, training, and interests to bring fun and hands-on learning to our day campers.
Though are camp programs are meant to be fun, they are geared for children and parents who want more than just a play-based experience or child-minding service. Children will be engaged in activities, projects, and lessons specifically in areas of their interest. Our teachers intend to build in an active component into their programs so that our campers are not “stuck” in a classroom each class.
For the summer of 2020, our camp programs will run from June 29 to August 14, 2020. Each program will run for a duration of one or two weeks depending on the program. This is designed for maximum flexibility in consideration of family’s travel schedules during the summer season.
We will be offering morning (9:00am – 12:00pm) and afternoon sessions (12:30pm – 3:30pm). For students who register for ALL DAY programs (morning & afternoon sessions) we will offer a FREE lunchtime supervision to ensure students will transition from their morning to afternoon camp sessions. An optional Lunch Box Program through Truffles Fine Foods at the Richmond Oval is available.
We do not have a permanent office at this time as we will be leasing space from the Richmond Olympic Oval to run our programs. During our camp period this summer, we will have a space at the Oval dedicated as our office. In person registration may take place at that time. In the meantime, please register for our programs online through our Registration site. Telephone registration may be available in the near future.
Each camp may have specific items or equipment that your child will need to bring with them to camp each day. These will be described under each camp’s description. Please ensure your child brings these items daily. Materials not described will be provided by our camp program.
In general, your child should be dressed appropriately for our summer indoor and outdoor weather. Note that some camps will include outdoor activities. Campers may wish to bring:
No, our camp programs WILL NOT run on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 (CANADA DAY) and Monday, August 3, 2020 (BC DAY). The shorter weeks will be reflected in the camps fees in those weeks containing holiday dates.
Every special needs child has a different set of needs and may require specific supports. As we are not a Ministry funded program, we do not have extra resources available to hire trained educational assistants or support workers. That said, depending on the needs of your child, we may be able to support your child within the resources and staffing that we have available. Please contact us directly if you would like to consult with us about your child’s needs before registering for one of our programs.
Yes, we recognize that many children have severe nuts allergies. We ask all parents to refrain from packing nut products to camp so that we can maintain a safe nut-free camp for all participants.
Yes, many of our staff have recent training in First Aid and CPR. We will have a designated first aid staff member on site in case of minor injuries. 911 will be called for more serious emergencies.
We’ll handle your child with care!