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At St. Paul’s Sport Camp, we offer activities for all ages: soccer, basketball, handball, hockey, racket sports, and much more led by active professionals.

For children aged 3 to 12 years old eager to have fun who study within and outside of St. Paul’s School.

Join us for a week of multidisciplinary and entertaining activities at our facilities.

Pre-sports and Guided Activities for P3 and P4

Explore the world of pre-sports with this new program for students in P3 and P4!
A fun and educational experience where they can develop the skills and abilities necessary for sports practice. Among them, the acquisition of basic motor skills, improvement of coordination, and learning the dynamics of sports. All of this under
the supervision of our team of professionals.

The daily routine in Pre-sports and Guided Activities

  • Guided activities and sports dynamics
  • Psychomotor skills
  • Crafts

Multi-Sports Camp for P5 and ESO1

For boys and girls eager to practice different sports each day.
In this Multi-Sports Camp, they will improve their technique in basketball, handball, soccer, hockey, or racket games.

The daily routine in Multi-Sports Camp:

  • First training session
  • Free play or water games
  • Second training session

Facilities and Equipment Included

In our Sport Camp, we have all the necessary technical equipment and privileged facilities:
3 multi-sport courts
2 indoor gyms
2,000 m² of landscaped area

You don't have to be a student at St. Paul's School to come and have fun at Sport Camp. Just be between 3 and 12 years old and really want to have a good time.

Forget about time.
Childcare service for 30 minutes before without any additional cost.
Dates and Prices

Sport Camp will take place at the facilities of St. Paul’s School for one week: from July 15th to July 19th, with hours from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

1 week
9:00h a 14:00h
1 week
9:00h a 14:00h
Register for the Sport Camp
Complete the form to confirm your registration.
Once registered, you will be invited to an informative meeting at St. Paul’s School on Friday 10th May at 15:00h