Keep active online with us at RUCST this half term!
From Tuesday the 16th to Friday the 19th of February we are running free virtual multi-sport sessions for any boys and girls aged 8-16 who receive free school meals.
The online sessions will include a player Q&A, multi-sports coaching sessions over zoom, free sports equipment and a free food hamper. These food hampers were generously paid for by our very own Millers players.
The hamper collections are available from Maltby, Kiveton, Eastwood and Ferham (more details on booking).
Book your slot here: https://www.rucst.co.uk/february-2021-online-camp/
Sessions for ages 8-11 will run from 10-11am and sessions for ages 12-16 will then run from 11am-12pm from Tuesday until Friday.
Emma Schofield (Health and Wellbeing Manager at RUCST) said: “We know how much children and young people across the community look forward to attending our holiday camps so we wanted to make sure we were offering something for them to get involved with, whilst also keeping them safe. After such a fantastic response to our Christmas camps it was important that we continued to offer the option to get active and have fun as well as the support with fresh, healthy food during the school holidays.”
We wish we could see you all in person at our usual holiday camps; but in the meantime we hope you can join us online to get active, see your friends on screen, and most of all have some fun!
For any more information, please visit https://www.rucst.co.uk/news-the-millers-half-term-virtual-holiday-camp/ or contact Emma Schofield at firstname.lastname@example.org