CGS Sports Camps offer a three-day sporting experience, welcoming students from all schools during the school holiday. The camp focuses on general skill acquisition in an all-inclusive environment, followed by a specialised, elite programme concentrating on your child’s chosen sport. Our camps are for children from 8 to 13 years old, who are passionate about being active, love a team environment and are willing to learn how to take their sporting ability to the next level.
Physical literacy is a key component of our camp and athletic development. It is recognised as the foundation of physical, psychological, cognitive and social skills for both performance excellence and lifelong participation in any sport.
CGS Sport Camps recognises the importance of Physical Literacy to the athlete’s long-term development and has identified a need to better support and prepare current and potential athletes within this area.
To improve the Physical Literacy of participating and emerging athletes, CGS Sports Camps has engaged experts to develop our programme that incorporates these elements.
- Provides an opportunity to develop into a more dynamic player, utilising skills from other sports to strengthen their ability in their chosen sport
- Improves the general all-round athletic ability
- Introduces new sports and skills, allowing participants to decide what they really love
- Boosts self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and empowers any participant or athlete to recognise their own strengths, weakness and learning habits
- Fosters an enjoyment of an active lifestyle; and
- Enriches their social interaction skills.
Our dedicated staff are all qualified Physical Education teachers who also hold specialist coaching certificates. They have years of experience in developing physical, mental and social skills and wellbeing through sports. They are passionate about facilitating growth in young athletes, whilst providing a fun, inclusive and safe environment. Our professional staff are fully equipped with a range of sporting facilities at their disposal and training tools that will assist in developing a comprehensive skill base for our participants.
What distinguishes our experience, is the ability to tailor our programme to the needs of the individual. We, as educators, pride ourselves in being able to differentiate and cater for a variety of levels, from beginners through to advanced athletes.
Monday 23 January, Tuesday 24 January, Wednesday 25 January
3-day standard camp (9:00am – 3:00pm) $385
|9:00am||Coach introduction. Schedule for the day.|
|9:10am||Explicit skill instruction. A combination of closed and open drills use to teach Physical Literacy Elements. Participants rotate through stations working on various elements. An example of the elements a camp could include are:|
• Movement skills
• Reaction time
• Stability and Balance
• Strategy and Planning
|11:00am||Playgrounds and classrooms open for self-guided play.|
|11:30am||Skill expansion. Taught Physical Literacy elements are applied in a game sense approach. Participants rotate through a rang of games that incorporate movement skills used to move on, in or with a new range of equipment.|
|1:00pm||Playgrounds and classrooms open for self-guided play. Special Guest autograph signing.|
|1:30pm||Players Choice to specialise in:|
• Touch Football
Example of Specialist skills covered
Spatial awareness Skills
Specialist session Attacking Skills
Key Drills, open ended games and specific coaching
Structured Warm Down
|3:00pm||MVP and Sportsmanship Award ceremony. End of Day. Sign Out.|