School Zone

Parents Guide

Booking your child’s place.

Booking your child’s place for a MSP Holiday Camp is really simple. All you need to do is create a Log in account at and follow the easy steps on our booking form.

We can also process a secure Telephone booking for you on 01522 241 044. Please have to hand all the dates you wish to reserve your child’s place for

You will receive a confirmation email with all the details of your booking. Please read through your confirmation to ensure you have completed your desired booking. If you wish to amend any of your bookings please contact Multi Sport Pro on 01522 241 044 or email us at

Preparing for MSP holiday camps.

Here is a quick checklist of all the things your child will and won’t need for a MSP Holiday Camp and some information to help ensure your child is suitably equipped for a day on camp. Indoor and outdoor facilities are available at all our venues but please prepare for all weather conditions.

Your child will need the following:

  • A packed lunch and a snack for break time
  • A named water bottle we recommend you supply your child with lots of drinks.
  • Suitable clothing for sports activities, such as T-shirt, tracksuit or shorts, prepare
    for all weather conditions.
  • Trainers or shoes suitable for general sports – non-marking soles if possible.
  • Sun cream and a hat if the weather is warm

Things your child won’t need:

  • Sports equipment
  • Money
  • Cameras
  • Mobile phones, computer games, MP3 players or other devices
  • Valuable watches/jewellery
Weathered Conditions

When the weather is particularly warm the following precautions must be taken:

If there is any possibility of sunburn or sunstroke, please ensure your children wear adequate protection i.e. a hat and high factor sun cream. Ideally, all day protection should be used on young children so there is less need for them to reapply during the day.

Children must have enough to drink for the whole day. This problem is made more acute as they are participating in sport. Drinking water is available at every camp.
When the weather is particularly cold or wet, children will remain in the indoor areas.