Sending your child to a Holiday Camp for the first time is a big deal. We’re parents. We know that.

You want to know they will be looked after in the same manner they would at home. That they settle quickly. That way they will be comfortable enough to be themselves, take part in all the activities and have lots of fun.

Here at The Strings Club we know just how you feel. And to help we have done two things:

1. BRING A FRIEND FOR FREE We’re offering every new child the opportunity to bring along their friend to Camp, for free! (Give us a call in the office on 0121 296 9204 for more info)

2. GET TO KNOW US We’re taking some time to introduce our amazing team.

And we do mean AMAZING! They are professionally trained, kind and caring people who are amazing with kids. That’s why 100% of children said they would recommend our Camps to their friends. Can’t say fairer than that!

Fanny – Camp Manager, South London

“I come from France but have lived in London for over 15 years! I am an actress with a big passion for theatre and the performing arts. I run a theatre organisation for which I play and produce shows but also teach drama to both kids and adults. I’ve been teaching for the past 10 years now and am specialised in early years. I don’t consider myself a teacher but more like someone to play and have fun with. I have a 7 year old daughter with who I tell stories, play the ukulele and go to the Tate Modern!

​I can’t wait to see children who’ve been to the camp before and also meet new faces! Camps are such a great opportunities to make new friends, and play together. It’s really important to me that everyone feel part of the group. Encouraging children to talk to someone new or to be praised for being good are the two things I like to concentrate on. The camp must make everyone feel amazing and have fun!”

Our Holiday Camps for children aged 4-11 are running from 23rd July for 6 weeks with half days from £20. If you’d like to find out more take a look at our Holiday Camps page.

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