Questions About the Camp
What will I learn?
All key disciplines of rope skipping will be covered during the training sessions, including Single Rope (manipulation, power, multiples, pairs interaction, speed), Double Dutch (single, pairs, triad, speed), Chinese Wheels, DDC (turning, dancing), and Gymnastics. There will also be choreography workshops throughout the week.
Will this camp help me get better at competitions?
Yes! This camp will help you learn new skills which you can use at competitions. On top of the skipping skills, you’ll also participate in a workshop with our professional choreographer which will help you make your skipping routines even more visual and engaging.
Will we do anything else besides skipping?
Of course! Besides the skipping training sessions in the mornings and afternoons, you can also participate in a choreography workshop and we’ve also planned some other exciting stuff for some of the evenings where you can have fun, unwind and build relationships. In the evenings we’ll be running an obstacle course, scavenger hunt and we’ll also be taking you to a trampoline park. On the last night we’ll also be having a disco!
How experienced are the trainers?
Very experienced! The trainers that we’re inviting are some of the top skipping athletes in the world. They have vast amounts of experience, including being on stage and on TV. They’re all looking forward to teaching you what they know so you can take your skipping skills to the next level.
Will I make lots of friends?
Yes! We’ll have participants coming from all over the world, so we’re sure that you’ll make new friends. Some of the activities you’ll be doing will also involve teamwork with other participants which will help you build friendships. You never know, some of these friendships may even last a lifetime.
What do I need to bring with me?
You’ll need to bring some comfortable training clothing and shoes for the skipping sessions and for some of the evening activities. Don’t forget to bring your jump ropes (speed and freestyle) for the training sessions and if you come as a team, please also bring double dutch ropes.
For the disco on the final night, you might want to bring some nice clothing 🙂
Finally, all catering and accommodation will be provided but if you want to go out to explore the town or buy something in a local shop, please make sure you bring some spending money as well.
How do I get there?
You can find out more about the location and how to get there on the Location page.
Pricing and Payments
How much does it cost?
The pricing of the camp depends on whether you participate in the training sessions (i.e. you’re a skipper) or if you accompany participants and only view the training sessions (i.e. you’re a coach, or a parent, etc).
All prices include accommodation and full-board catering.
You can find out more about the prices on the Pricing page.
When do I need to pay?
We ask that you pay a £150 deposit upon registration, and the remaining balance by 1 May. If you register after 23 April the full price will be payable.
Can I cancel and get a refund?
If you want to cancel and you’re able to find a suitable replacement you’ll be able to get a full refund. Once we’ve processed the payment from the person who’s replacing you we’ll issue the refund.
If you’re unable to find a replacement, the refund you’ll be able to get depends on when you cancel. You can find out more on our Pricing page.
What are my payment options?
You can pay by a credit or debit card. You can find out more information on the Pricing page.
Registration and Participation
When do I need to register by?
You can register up to 4 weeks before the camp. However, please note that we have limited spaces and we can only accommodate a maximum of 200 participants. If you’re planning to come please register as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.
What does the price include?
The price of the camp includes all accommodation, full-board catering, the training sessions, evening activities and the choreography workshop. We offer an ‘all-inclusive’ price and there’s nothing further you need to pay while you’re at the camp.
Please note, transport to and from the airport is not included.
Can I submit a registration for a whole team in one go?
Registration works on an individual basis, you will need to ask each team member to register separately.
They will be able to indicate during the registration process which club they belong to, but they will need to submit their own registration as there is different information to fill in depending on the participant’s age.
Do participants need to be able to speak English?
Though it’ll be useful to understand and speak English, participants don’t necessarily have to as long as they have someone with them who can translate for them.
Can I stay extra nights?
In order to keep things simple, in terms of the number of nights we offer in our packages, we only provide one option which is 5 nights. If you want to arrive earlier or leave later, please feel free to do so but you will need to arrange it separately. You can find local hotels, for example, on Booking.com.
What age do I need to be?
Participants need to be 10 years or over (as of 13 August 2018, the start date of the camp).
What catering is included?
The venue will provide full-board catering which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Can I go on my own or do I have to be in a team?
You can come on your own, or with your team, we don’t have any rules on this.
Please note that if you’re aged under 18 on the day when the camp starts you’ll need to have an adult aged 18 or over accompanying you who will be responsible for you, whether you come on your own or as part of a team.
Can my parents, relatives or friends come?
Yes, you can bring a parent, relative or a friend, however, they will also have to pay for their stay (please see the Pricing page).
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