Queen Anne’s School, Caversham. RG4 6DX
20th -23rd August 2018
Costs: Day – £300 ¦ Residential – £380
RESIDENTIAL CAMPER- FULLY BOOKED: Waiting List in Operation. Please email Kerrie Lawler (email@example.com)
Queen Annes, Caversham is an independent day and boarding school for girls between 11 and 18 years of age located just 40 minutes away from London. With a campus extending over 35 acres the school offers extensive academic and enrichment curriculum’s for its 445 pupils.
Camp Experience & Opportunities
Girls attending the camp can do so either as a day camper, experiencing a full lacrosse curriculum of events between drop-off and pick-up or as a residential camper. Residential campers, in addition to the lacrosse curriculum will also experience a programme of evening activities, breakfast each morning and an evening meal each night they reside at the camp.
All campers will be served lunch on each day of the camp.
Residential Campers will reisde in Michell House (which can be seen as number 20 on the downloadable map), named after Samuel Michell, one of the seven of the businessmen who originally set up the Grey Coat Hospital Foundation in 1698.
Michell house is a boarding and day House for Upper Sixth Form students throughout the academic year. There are both single and double occupancy rooms available which will be allocated based on requests submitted on the registration form.
Drop-off & Pick-up Arrangements
Drop-off and Pick-up for all campers will take place outside the Michell House (Number 20 on the Queen Annes Map),
Parents are advised to enter the school grounds via the main entrance on Henley Road, parking will then be available at Morgan Sports Centre (number 18) Car Park on the right hand side.
A member of the Triple Arrow coaching staff will be at the car park to direct campers & parents towards Michell House.
Residential campers will need to arrive between 9:30am-10:00am on Monday August 20th for Registration, this will allow camp staff to arrange your daughter’s accommodation prior to day campers arriving and camp starting.
Day campers will need to arrive between 9:45am – 10:00am on Monday August 20th August for Registration.
From Tuesday onwards please ensure campers arrive at 8:45am for a 9:00am start.
Afternoon sessions will finish at 5:00pm, with pick-up at 5:15pm.
*Please be aware evening meals will not be provided for day campers and they must be off-site before 5:30pm.
Final Day Arrangements-Thursday 23rd August
All Parents/Guardians are invited to come and watch your campers play from 1:00pm at the lacrosse pitches.
There will also be an opportunity for you to join the girls for a camp presentation which will take place at approximately 2:45pm
If you are unable to attend the afternoon games or presentation, pick up will take place around 3:00pm
** We hope these timings will enable travelling families to negotiate the congestion around Reading with the influx of traffic into the City for Reading Festival.
Parking will be available at the car park parallel to the Morgan Sports Centre.
As a minimum all campers must ensure they have the following;
*Football boots/Cleates (Plastic Studs)
*Trainers for indoors
Residential Campers will undertake a variety of evening activities, English Lacrosse are currently coordinating with Queen Anne’s Sport Centre regarding access to their sports centre/swimming pool facilities. Please be advised swimming may be offered as an optional evening activity.
Please ensure the ‘Kit List’ document below is downloaded for the full list of required items.
Residential campers should pay particular attention to the ‘kit list’ as there will be no washing facilities on site.
Girls are permitted to bring any mobiles and other electrical items (i.e. Tablets, iPods) if they desire however English Lacrosse cannot be held responsible if these items are damaged or lost over the duration of camp.
If you are looking to book with a group of 6 or more campers please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an exclusive discount code.
For parties of 6 or more campers all attending the same camp a £25 reduction per camper will be given.
On September 1st 2016 English Lacrosse’s individual registration came into effect, individual registration provides all registered individuals access to a comprehensive insurance package in addition to a number of other benefits, including;
– Discount on education and skills coaching and officiating courses
– Priority Access to tickets for English Lacrosse hosted events
– Access to offers from English Lacrosse partners
– Discounts on English Lacrosse Products
Find out more HERE
For Triple Arrow Campers, as part of the camp registration individual registration will be included on a pro-rata (£3) basis meaning campers will be registered from the July 31st – 31st August 2018.
What do you need to do?
To enable English Lacrosse to complete this process on your behalf all you are required to do is answer ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on the camp booking form for the following question;
“Has the camper previously registered with English Lacrosse for the 2017/18 season?”
Please be aware this registration will only be valid from July 31st – August 31st and will cover girls partaking in the Triple Arrow Camps.
For Registrations & Bookings Please CLICK HERE