Summer Teen and Mini Tennis and Multi-Activity Camps Series 2020

By rathgartennis, Wednesday, 1st July 2020 | 0 comments
Filed under: Junior Tennis.

Summer Teen and Mini Tennis and Multi-Activity Camps Series 2020, run by Jamie Pilkington At RATHGAR TENNIS CLUB 5 day morning tennis camp at: 10am to 1pm    

For Juniors born 2015 & older            


  • Camp 1 Mon 6th July – Friday 10th July
  • Camp 2 Mon 13th July – Friday 17th July
  • Camp 3 Mon 20th July – Friday 24th July
  • Camp 4 Mon 27th July – Friday 31st July
  • Camp 5 Tue 4th August – Friday 7th August(4 day camp)
  • Camp 6 Mon 10th August – Friday 14th August
  • Camp 7 Tue 17th August – Friday 21st August        

Price:  Week camps are €115 for members;  €130 for non-members, 4 day camps are €105 for members and €120 for non-members  (payments of cash, cheque and Revolut only and cheques made payable to Jamie Pilkington which can be left in the post box inside the clubhouse for Jamie’s attention. Please pay in advance to secure a place as places will be limited.

Essential guidelines on Covid 19 for attending Tennis Camp

  • Children must follow coaches’ instructions regarding COVID 19 Protocols
  • Children must bring their own hand sanitiser
  • Temperatures will be taken at the start of each camp daily

As we are all learning to work within the Tennis Ireland guidelines we ask that you carefully read this note and inform your child as to best practice for their time at our camps. They will be continuously reminded of these protocols throughout their week. The health and safety of the children and coaches is our priority, if a child is consistently not following coaches’ instructions regarding COVID-19 protocols they will be removed from the camp.

The following conditions must be complied with in order for your child to attend the camp.

- Your child must not have been out of the country in the 14 days prior to the start of the camp

- Your child must not have been in contact with a person displaying the symptoms of COVID19 in the 14 days prior to the start of the camp

- Your child must not have or had in the 48hrs, prior to the start of the camp any of the following symptoms

  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath
  • Excessive fatigue/tiredness(out of proportion to normal Sore Throat)

In addition children are asked to stay home if they feel generally unwell, and to consult your GP. If a participant becomes unwell during the camp, they will be isolated from other participants and parents will be called to collect them as soon as possible. 

The children will be encouraged to adopt good respiratory hygiene, covering their nose and mouth when they cough or sneeze, and using a tissue (which is immediately disposed of) or their elbow.

There will be a contactless infrared temperature check for all coaches & children daily at the start of each camp.

Please note current Government advice is that "participants should travel to the activity venue alone or with members of the same household. Sharing transport is not advised in this phase of the roadmap". 

Children will each be assigned an area where they can leave their gear. Please ensure that water bottles, clothing, rackets etc. are clearly labelled. There is no sharing of personal equipment permitted. Children will be outside for the duration of the camp please ensure they have appropriate wet weather gear. Each child needs to bring their own small bottle of sanitiser. There will also be hand sanitiser at the entrance and exit of the Courts. Children will be asked to sanitise their hands whenever they enter or exit the court. 

By your child attending the camp it is deemed you are aware of and comply with all the conditions and protocols outlined in the note above.

All kids will learn and advance based on their ability but the camps will concentrate on technique, tactical awareness and physical development for tennis. This will all be delivered in a fun filled environment and prizes will be given on a constant basis.

Groups will be assigned by age and standard

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