At Sports Bug, we understand that your choice of child care during the school holidays is an important decision. You want a flexible service to cover your working hours. You also want your child to benefit from the child care service that you send them to. That’s why we offer our Holiday Club. Your child will be well looked after in a safe environment allowing you to keep to your work commitments. But at the same time, your child will be learning new skills, and engaging in social interaction. And of course, they will be keeping fit and healthy.

Our Holiday Club runs throughout the Jersey school holidays and we try to cover as many different sports that we can be fit into each day.

Our qualified team are on hand to ensure there is structure to each sporting session. This enables the children to get as much exposure to their new skills and equipment as possible.

Holiday Club covers a wide range of sports including football, cricket, tennis, hockey, basketball, rugby, golf, athletics, dodgeball, obstacle courses, volleyball and la cross.

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

Our drop off time is from 830am and you have a choice of finishing at either 12pm, 4pm or 5.15pm.

We run from Le Rocquier School in St Clement.

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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.