As a parent we know you'll probably have a few questions about what will actually happen during the camp. We hope you'll be able to find the answers to your questions below, but please feel free to contact us if can't find what you're looking for.
Q: How long does the Warsop Cricket Camp last?
A: Each camp will be a week long, Monday - Friday.
Q: How much will it cost?
A: If you book for your child to attend for the full week the cost will be £175.00 (£35.00/day). However, if your child is not able to attend for the full week we do offer a daily rate of £40.00 per day.
Q: Are there discounts available?
A: We do offer sibling discounts and these will be made available at the time of payment.
Q: Do you accept Child Care Vouchers?
A: Unfortunately we cannot accept Child Care Vouchers.
Q: Where will the camps be held?
A: For 2016 there are 2 camp venues: Billericay Cricket Club & King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford. For more information click here.
Q: How will I know that my child has been accepted to attend a camp?
A: After we have received your completed booking form one of our team will call to confirm that your child has place at your chosen venue and take payment.
Q: What time does camp start?
A: Players should arrive from 08:30am for the start of activites. Activities will end by 16:00pm.
Q: What should players bring?
A: Players are welcome to bring their own cricket equipment. If players do not have any equipment, we will provide this. Please make sure that each player brings suncream and plenty of water or drinks.
Q: What should players wear?
A: Each player shouild wear clothing appropriate to cricket e.g. whites or tracksuit. Please make sure players have footwear for indoor and outdoor activites. Caps will be required throughout the week for sun protection.
Q: What happens if there is bad weather?
A: We have access to indoor facilities at Billericay Criket Club and King Edward VI Grammar School. In the event of unsuitable weather conditions, we ammend the timetable to include indoor activities alongside the classroom sessions.
Q: How will I know what my child has learnt each day?
A: Hopefully players will be excited to tell you about their day! However each day at 15.45pm there will be a parent's de-brief where the players will demonstrate what they have learnt through out the day.
Q: Will there be homework?
A: Yes! - The week is constructed in order to educate each player about all aspects of the game. Home work will be set and marks will go towards the final game of the week. Ecamples of homework include: identifying all umpiring signals, types of cricket stroke etc.
Q: I've booked. Will I receive any further information?
A: Immediately after booking you will receive a confirmation email, with a copy of the completed booking form. Nearer the time of the camp we will send an email detailing the information above.