Bath Rugby Camps

summer road trip - route 1865 💪☀️

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After a record amount of you turned up over our Easter and May half-term camps, Bath Rugby's summer road trip is nearly here and we are raring to go.

Bath Rugby coaches are back on the road again and coming to a rugby club near you! A full summer of coaching activity has been planned across Somerset, Wiltshire and Dorset ensuring that everybody has the chance to get involved. 

Check out where your local club is... 🙌



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Our summer camps will provide fun and engaging coaching for any budding rugby player, in addition to the perfect introduction to rugby for any child looking to start playing.

For only £30 per day, your child will develop their confidence, decision making, understanding about the principles of the game and spatial awareness.

Bath Rugby are also excited to now be including an Introduction to Strength and Conditioning within our camps, to help teach and develop new movements on and off the ball.


GIRLS Only Camps

As well as our mixed camps, we are also continuing to deliver our female-only camps in collaboration with Bath Ladies. It was incredible to see how many girls' attended the first few camps, with some serious talent on show - we can't wait to see this collaboration grow over time 🤲

These Camps will be for the U13 – U16 Age Grades and will take a similar approach to our mixed camps looking to develop Game understanding, Attack and Defence Skills and an Introduction to Strength and Conditioning.

SCHEDULE - WEEK 1

  • 🗓️ Monday 26 July
    📍 Royal Wootton Bassett RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp & Girls Camp

  • 🗓️ Tuesday 27 July
    📍 Bath RFC (Lambridge)
    🏉 Mixed Camp & Girls Camp

  • 🗓️ Wednesday 28 July
    📍 Devizes RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp

  • 🗓️ Thursday 29 July
    📍 Frome RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp

  • 🗓️ Friday 30July
    📍 Wells RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp

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SCHEDULE - WEEK 2

  • 🗓️ Monday 2 August
    📍 Castle Cary RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp 

  • 🗓️ Tuesday 3 August
    📍 North Dorset RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp 

  • 🗓️ Wednesday 4 August
    📍 Salisbury RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp

  • 🗓️ Thursday 5 August
    📍 Dorchester RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp

  • 🗓️ Friday 6 August
    📍 Swanage & Wareham RFC
    🏉 Mixed Camp

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BACK TO SCHOOL CAMP

🗓️ Monday 30 August
📍 Bath RFC (Lambridge Training Ground)🏉 Mixed Camp 

If you have any questions about our upcoming summer camps, please contact us.

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The camps are designed for boys and girls of all abilities aged U7s - U16s.

Our camps comply with the RFU age grade regulations and are used to help develop participant’s confidence, decision making, game understanding and spatial awareness.  Skills taught will consist mainly of handling, support and evasion skills

All participants will need to bring their own water-bottle, snacks and weather appropriate rugby clothing. This should include trainers and boots, shorts and tracksuit bottoms, warm tops, waterproof top and a warm hat (and change of clothes if the weather is wet).

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COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES

A huge amount of work has gone into creating a safe coaching model during CV-19 pandemic and we want to ensure every parent/guardian is comfortable with the measures that have been put in place.

Ahead of each camp, a health declaration will be sent to every participant who must confirm they are not displaying any COVID-19 symptoms prior to attending the coaching sessions.

Whilst your child has arrived at the session, we will follow the strict RFU and government protocol including cleaning of equipment, bubble size and social distancing measures (between the staff and children).


 

WHAT THE PARENTS SAY

"A huge, big, thank you to the Bath Rugby Community coaches for putting on such an amazing half-term camp.

My child has not stopped going on about how much he enjoyed it! Not knowing any other children, he was a bit nervous, but the coaches made him feel very welcome, and after the first day, he loved it and came away learning lots.

I cannot recommend your rugby camps highly enough and encourage any kid with a passion for rugby to attend.”

Douglas Crane, father of camp participant