For over 18 years, Sports Bug has been offering school holiday camps in Jersey. Our aim is to give children between the ages of 4 & 12 the opportunity to have as much fun as possible in a safe environment, whilst also keeping active during their time off from school.

At Sports Bug we take immense pride in our high standard of staff. Our staff are all highly trained in catering for all ages & abilities in a variety of ways:

– Our Sports Coaches are focused on delivering the highest standard of coaching & development to our children.

– Our Support Staff  are given the task of creating fun, whether it be through drawing competitions, adventures in the woods or even talent/dance shows, these guys are here to promote participation and fun!

– We are also super proud to have our Welfare staff. Our Welfare staff don’t take part in sports & activities. The role of these members of staff is to make sure all children are happy and taken care of (especially our 4–6-year-olds). Welfare staff are always on hand to help children settle in at Sports Bug and create a fun, safe & nurturing environment.

We believe that children should have a variety of fun activities to choose from during their day, no matter what. We have a wide range of facilities available to us at Le Rocquier, which helps us to achieve this. Whether the sun is shining or it’s torrential rain, the use of our large playing field, outdoor ball court, large woodland area, outdoor tennis court, indoor gymnasium and indoor sports hall means weather doesn’t affect our day! We also have the use of school classrooms & the canteen for eating and our more relaxed activities.


Relax in the knowledge your children are safe & secure with trained professionals. 


Staying active & keeping fit is so important for children both mentally & physically. Our sessions are a great way to have fun & stay active!


If you have ever wondered what type your child is getting up to at Sports Bug, here is a list of just some of the activities that children will experience:

Football, Cricket, Rounders, Basketball, Boxing, Nerf wars , Tennis, Athletics, Hockey, Obstacle course, Dodgeball, Bench ball, Gymnastics, Relay races, Danish longball, Rock paper scissors, Golf

Lego, Talent show, Drawing competition, Musical statues, Musical bumps, Family it, Scavenger hunt Battleships, Free time, Marble Run, Mini games (parachute, stomp rockets, nets, frisbees, bat and ball) & Woods Adventures.


No two days are ever the same, however this is what our standard day looks like:

8:30 – 9:05: Gates open & free time 

9:00 – 9:30: Safety introduction / group sorting / toilet break

9:30 – 10:30: First activity

10:30 – 10:50: Break/snack time 

10:50 – 11:50: Second activity 

11:50 – 12:30: Lunch 

12:30 – 13:00: Free time (choice of games)

13:00 – 14:00: Third activity

14:00 – 14:20 Afternoon break/snack 

14:25 – 15:30: Fourth activity

15:30 – 16:00 Free time & 4pm pick up’s 

16:15 – 17:15 Late pick up session

Monday-Friday between 08:30-12:00

Monday-Friday between 12:30 – 16:00

Full Day
Monday-Friday between 08:30 – 16:00

Late Day
Monday-Friday between 08:30 – 17:15


Our Holiday Clubs are located at Le Rocquier School

Our Holiday Club runs from ages 4 (MUST be attending reception) to 12 years of age and runs every school holiday.

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How are the days split up into sports sessions?

A typical day at Holiday Club consists of 3 sports in the morning of around 45 to 50 minutes with a break in between, a lunch hour from 12pm to 1pm and then 3 sports in the afternoon.

Are the children split into age groups?

Yes. We normally run with three groups of children: 4 & 5 years, 6 & 7 years and then 8+ years group. That being said, we would sometimes move a child up or down if we felt it would benefit them in some way eg if we had a child aged 7 years who was physically/ technically superior in his/ her age group, we may put them into the 8+ group.

I have a child aged 4 & another aged 7, can they be in the same group?

No – although we would consider moving the older child into the younger group if they were both struggling to be apart. Please note that although the children would be in separate groups for sports, they will be together for breaks & lunch so will have plenty of contact time together.

Do you provide food?

No. You will need to provide a packed lunch with plenty of snacks for them and also a refillable water bottle. We have a fridge on site if required. We will provide sweets (jellies) throughout the course of the day here and there for good behaviour & general helpfulness.

Do you issue tax certificates?

Yes. These are issued upon request from the January of the following year of attendance.

What does my child need to wear?

Whatever they are comfortable running around in. Layers work best though so the children can dress up or down accordingly. You don’t need to rush off to buy expensive football strip – unless you’ve had your arm twisted of course!

What items of equipment will I need?

The only items we insist on are shin pads for our football bug sessions and a bottle of water in all sessions.

Can I pay by the hour instead of the sessions listed?

No. Our sessions are reasonably comprehensive & cover most work hours. The staffing head count is based on the number of children booked in to those times.