Regul8 Holiday Camp
Regul8 Wellbeing and Activity camps are currently for children in school years 4-6 (8-11 years old). These are 7 hour sessions that run from 9-4pm. In between sports, games and activities, we teach children about how their minds work, why they feel emotions and how to cope with big feelings.
These sessions have not yet begun, if you would like us to notify you when our bookings have opened, please click on the button below and complete your contact information.
At our activity camps, clubs and workshops; we go beyond just sports and games.
We focus on providing a nurturing environment where children can:
Explore their Emotions
Learn Skills Through Play
Have lots of fun!!
What will my child be doing?
Each day we aim to cover a different emotion or topic. The holiday camps use the same framework as our Regul8 Weekend Club. We use the Zones of regulation and Positive Behaviour Support to help children become familiar with, learn, identify and express their feelings and emotions in an appropriate way.
In our camps, the focus is around games and fun. In between and during these games, the children will learn more about themselves, their feelings and how their feelings and thoughts impact the way they behave.
This really helps the children to create connection and understanding with one another, which increases their empathy and relativeness to their peers as well as the Activity Leaders.
Children will build a 'toolbox' of strategies they will practice throughout the days/ weeks. We always end the sessions with positive coping strategies, how they can begin to use better alternatives to what they currently use and how this will positively impact their lives and better help them cope with stress.
We always bring this into real life scenarios, ensuring the young people fully understand how to put it into practice when they are feeling a big emotion, at home, school or in everyday life (during or after the games we play)
On one day each week, we will also be covering an important topic. This is completely lead by the young people and what they want to learn. This is all related to improving their mental well being.
For example, healthy eating, movement, healthy relationships, technology, friendship building, resolving conflict and much more!