Keep your child entertained this 2023 February half term break! Whether your child prefers sports, arts and crafts, or an assortment of activities, we have listed the following camps to help you decide which suits your little one best.
Here is our comprehensive guide to 2023 February Half Term Camps offered in the Cayman Islands. Ash Wednesday is observed on Wednesday, February 22nd 2023. The below camps will therefore not be operating on that date, unless otherwise stated.
We will continue to add to this each year and and update it
throughout January and February, so be sure to check back. Easter break is also
around the corner, so our Easter Break Camps list will also be updated in due course!
If you are running a 2023 February half term camp and would like to be on this list (or if you know of anyone who is), please feel free to email us all of the relevant information (i.e. camp name, dates, activities, location(s) and contact details) to email@example.com and we will be sure to add it below.
2023 February Half Term Camps
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Gaelic Football & Multi-Sport Cool Camp
An action-packed camp for boys and girls. Learn and develop the skills of Gaelic football in a safe and fun-filled environment.
No prior experience is necessary.
Tel:1 (345) 925 4347
ESM football camps create an environment of learning and fun that focuses on confidence building, healthy competition, skill development, game awareness and social-emotional competencies of sport.
Swim & Adventure Camp
Tel:1 (345) 949 8485
Learn to Ride a Bike
Tel:1 (345) 943 5437
Sign up for KidsAbility's bike riding camp - get those training wheels off and learn how to ride a bike.
Join KidsAbility's Occupational Therapist for 4/5 days for their Learn to Ride Programme. Throughout the week your child will learn to safely put their helmet on, get on/off their bike and park their bike. They will then learn to steer, start & stop safely, glide and hopefully by the end of the
week be able to pedal and ride independently. Please note that each child is individual and although KidsAbility will try their best to get them cycling independently, they cannot guarantee this.
There will be an occupational therapist and assistant present at each session to ensure children get maximum support during the group. If your child has a caregiver it would be advised that they attend to the group to aid with monitoring the children during break times or as necessary.
Please be sure that your child has a bike, the pedals have been removed from the bike and a helmet that fits.
Tel:1 (345) 943 5437
Join KidsAbility for their School Break Typing Club. The purpose of this club is to provide a kickstart to your child’s touch typing development. Their therapists will get your child started with learning touch typing by emphasising proper posture, hand position, accuracy and speed with typing.
What Is Touch Typing? In contrast with normal typing, touch typing is simply pressing the keys without looking at them. If you can keep your eyes on the screen without looking down, you can touch type. This method is more efficient, less tiring and comes with some surprising cognitive benefits, as we’ll see below.
Touch typing has a noticeable effect on the brain, psychologists say.
“The single most important thing is if you can type without looking down… If you can do that, what’s happening in your brain changes,” says Sue Westwood, a child psychologist who runs a touch typing programme called English Type. “Muscle memory is a physical skill—so once its trained, it becomes unconscious and automatic. It frees up your conscious cognitive resources to focus solely on the task in hand.”
If we can train our fingers to type without our brains having to think about it, we become more efficient at the task at hand. “We also know that by the time you get to 30 words per minute it’s a fluid process,” says Westwood. “The fingers are moving with no buffering going on. And from that point you get faster naturally.” (Saga Briggs, https://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/21st-century-skills/touch-typing-kids-essential-21st-century-skill/)
Each student will need to bring a laptop and KidsAbility will provide access to a typing subscription to be used throughout the school term. Parents will receive a progress report at the end of the week.
Tel:1 (345) 943 5437
Join KidsAbility's Handwriting Camp. Your child will work on letter formation, letter sizing, and letter placement using multisensory tools based on the Handwriting Without Tears Programme. Each day will finish with sensory activities and a craft to take home.
Fun with Food
Tel:1 (345) 640 9990
3 Girls and a Kiln offer art camps for youths aged 8-12. Join them for a range of art activities at their studio weekday mornings to create a multitude of projects across various art mediums including drawing, painting, textiles and ceramics!
Tel:1 (345) 926 7915
The Sailing Club hosts camps over Easter, summer, Christmas and half term breaks.
Open to ages 6-16, camps are generally five days in duration running from 8.30am to 4pm. On and off water activities are undertaken each day and, wind direction allowing, the week usually includes a day sail to Camana Bay.
A number of end-of-camp BBQs offer the opportunity for camp
sailors to demonstrate their new skills to their family, by taking them
on to, and sometimes onto, the water.
Beach Fitness and Swim
Tel:1 (345) 926 0054
Join Laura in her Easter camp filled with fitness & fun! All activities are fitness based and work on speed swimming, running & agility. Activities include: Zumba, swimming races, snorkeling, water polo, treasure hunts, obstacle courses, football tournaments, open water safety & swimming (must be able to swim 25m comfortably).
Must book in advance. Limited availability.
Tel:1 (345) 746 0000
Depending on the season, Camp Seafire host a different themed camp! All camps include various fun activities relating to S.T.E.A.M theme. Splash at Seafire, pool, ocean and fun activities all week long.
Tel:1 (345) 929 2190
Integrated arts activities including singing, acting, dance/movement, story telling, and loads of fun and games. Also includes a final performance at the end of each week.
Tel:1 (345) 938 5484
Days of fun games and activities at the Golf Lab. Spaces are limited so make sure you sign up early!
Horse Camp and Fun on the Farm
Tel:1 (345) 926 7669
Children will have daily lessons, trial rides, vaulting and gymkhana games. Lots of fun in the fresh air grooming, bathing and learning to look after a pony and all our kid friendly farm animals. No previous experience necessary. Riding helmets are provided. Fully qualified riding Instructors.
Traditional Day Camp
Tel:1 (345) 925 3276
Your child will participate in a wide variety of age-appropriate activities such as recreational swimming, kayaking, YMCA ropes challenge course, arts and crafts and sports and activity.
Traditional Day Camp encourages being active, having fun, making memories and new friends to last a lifetime!
Y Sports Camp
Tel:1 (345) 925 3276
Through the YMCA camp, children have the opportunity to learn and grow together outside.
The power of camp, is truly recognised through a child’s development at the end of the week. The experience and exposure of trying something new, learning to “unplug” from technology, making new “camp” friends and getting in touch with nature. Kids will learn independence and responsibility, they will work as part of a team and they will be accepted in a safe and inclusive environment.
Campers learn these life skills from the YMCA role models, who embody the core values of honesty, caring, respect, responsibility and faith. These camp leaders create a safe and fun environment for all.
Tel:1 (345) 922 2354
Total Soccer's camps offer progressive activities which help players to develop basic to advanced skills in a fun environment.
help children develop basic to advanced skills in a structured environment. Their team has
experienced coaches specialised in youth soccer development
with a strong pedagogical and fun approach!
Camps are open to all children whenever they are not in school and typically run for a week.
Tennis, Pickleball & Crafts Camp
Tel:1 (345) 547 6257
Taking tennis and pickleball to all the kids from 3-14 years of age who want to learn the sport, no prior experience necessary. Providing a safe and secure learning environment. Building a strong foundation and love for the game. Ensuring that every camper succeeds and has fun during their development.
There will be a lot of fun games and activities like tennis, pickleball and crafts! They also have an air conditioned clubhouse where you can do variety of activities like arts and crafts regardless of weather conditions.
Tel:1 (345) 928 2956
Cayman’s premier snorkel camp is taking place once again, offering a one of a kind educational experience for children ages 7-15 years.
Spend 6 hours a day on the boat, visiting new sites and focusing on new subjects every day. Learn about marine biology, boat safety, fish identification, knot tying and much more.
Safety is always the highest priority and as such Cayman Snorkel Co. are limiting their camp to 12 kids per boat with a minimum of 3 staff members. Staff are in the water with the children at all times. All staff are CPR, First Aid and D2L certified. They will be using their 34ft Luxury Charter vessel equipped with an air conditioned cabin, a full sized bathroom and a fresh water shower.
Sporty Kidz Camp
Tel:1 (345) 327 5923
Sports at CIS, beach games, swimming and paddle boarding, water balloons fight, card games, field trips to the Turtle Centre and Camana Bay.
Children are required to be good swimmers.
Adventures in Art Camp
Tel:1 (345) 927 2258
At the multi-disciplinary Art Camp, children will enjoy a host of S.T.E.A.M. activities, exploring different art mediums and creating fun projects each day. Along with regular art sessions (clay sculpting, drawing, ceramic painting, canvas painting and crafting) campers will be learning some new mediums such as fluid art and pottery wheel practice.
Tel:1 (345) 517 8774
The Cayman Island Tennis Club hosts tennis camp during school holidays.
Camps focus on high performance training (tennis and fitness) and ball camps (tennis and games).
Tel:1 (345) 916 3007
Daily yoga, mindfulness, nature exploration, games, arts and crafts, and so much more!
Kids explore STEM concepts with VexIQ robotics and VexCode, working collaboratively to design, build and programme (code) a robot that plays a game. All are welcome – newcomers and any previous participants! You will host a VexIQ robotics competition for the participants.
Tel:1 (345) 936 0100
Girls and boys are welcome to join for friends, fun, and football! Professional coaches will help your little ones gain confidence on the field as they introduce players to skills like dribbling, passing, kicking, and shooting, which are essential skills for all levels. They are sure to leave with a memorable experience and a passion for the sport.
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