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Invincible Camp 2018


Register July 23, 2018 9:00 am July 23, 2018 4:00 pm Europe/London Invincible Camp 2018

REGISTER NOW   This year Invincibles camp will be turning into Agency D3……meaning we need your special agents to help us discover, decide, and defend! Register your agents and enjoy crafts, games and challenges. So if you have Primary School-aged kids, make sure you sign them up today to avoid missing out – our events sell out every year!   FAQs What age is Invincible for? Invincible Camp is for Primary School-aged kids (those having just completed Reception-Y6) What time is registration each morning? Registration opens from 9:00am, and camp begins at 9:30am. What time does it finish each day? Invincible Camp finishes at 16:00 each day. On Thursday, we have a BBQ for parents to come along too, which is from 14:30-16:00. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Free parking is available at Philip Southcote School, a 20-minute walking distance from both Chertsey and Addlestone Stations. What can/can’t I bring to the event? Bring: Suncream & Messy clothes! We guarantee this event to contain a lot of gloop, gunk, and glitter. Don’t bring: Expensive toys – unfortunately, we cannot be held responsible for any loss of items. My child takes regular medication. Can I bring this to the camp? Our leaders are unable to accept or administer any regular medication that your child may need to take. If your child requires regular medication, please let Monica know in advance to arrange a time for a family member to come and administer it each day. If your child has a medical issue that could potentially require emergency medication (i.e. an EpiPen for a nut allergy), we are happy for you to bring this (please label it). Children will always be within 20m of a leader who is able to administer this. What is the teaching like? We want to encourage anyone from any walk of faith to come to our camp. Although we do have Christian teaching, we will never force our beliefs upon the children that come. Will food be provided? Yes – we will provide your children with a morning snack, lunch, and an afternoon snack each day. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? For any queries, please contact Monica Collard 07879333309 / [email protected] Related

Philip Southcote School, Addlestone Moor, Addlestone, KT15 2QH

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This year Invincibles camp will be turning into Agency D3……meaning we need your special agents to help us discover, decide, and defend! Register your agents and enjoy crafts, games and challenges.

So if you have Primary School-aged kids, make sure you sign them up today to avoid missing out – our events sell out every year!

 

FAQs

What age is Invincible for?
Invincible Camp is for Primary School-aged kids (those having just completed Reception-Y6)

What time is registration each morning?
Registration opens from 9:00am, and camp begins at 9:30am.

What time does it finish each day?
Invincible Camp finishes at 16:00 each day. On Thursday, we have a BBQ for parents to come along too, which is from 14:30-16:00.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Free parking is available at Philip Southcote School, a 20-minute walking distance from both Chertsey and Addlestone Stations.

What can/can’t I bring to the event?
Bring: Suncream & Messy clothes! We guarantee this event to contain a lot of gloop, gunk, and glitter.

Don’t bring: Expensive toys – unfortunately, we cannot be held responsible for any loss of items.

My child takes regular medication. Can I bring this to the camp?
Our leaders are unable to accept or administer any regular medication that your child may need to take. If your child requires regular medication, please let Monica know in advance to arrange a time for a family member to come and administer it each day.

If your child has a medical issue that could potentially require emergency medication (i.e. an EpiPen for a nut allergy), we are happy for you to bring this (please label it). Children will always be within 20m of a leader who is able to administer this.

What is the teaching like?
We want to encourage anyone from any walk of faith to come to our camp. Although we do have Christian teaching, we will never force our beliefs upon the children that come.

Will food be provided?
Yes – we will provide your children with a morning snack, lunch, and an afternoon snack each day.

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
For any queries, please contact Monica Collard 07879333309 / [email protected]