CSI Camp (for ages 6 - 11)

£130.00


Providing a safe enjoyable space for 6 to 11 year old children this CSI Camp is perfect for budding detectives and mystery hunters!

Children learn detective skills, including tracking, fingerprinting, casting footprints and using photo identification kits. Using their new skills, children work together to solve ‘crimes’ committed throughout the week. Whether in the woods or elsewhere on site, all of their detective skills will be needed to get to the bottom of the mystery. 

The week concludes with a mock trial to ensure the culprit gets what they deserve!

Challenge by choice

Many of the children that visit us are ready for greater challenges and this programme of CSI Camp activities allows them to fulfil their potential. Those who are not quite so eager will be sensitively encouraged to push themselves as far as they are happy to. This activty exercises a ‘challenge by choice’ policy, whereby no individual will be pressured to participate in an activity they are not ready for.

Children will learn a whole range of detective skills, including fingerprinting, tracking and photo identikits. Children can test their newly learned skills to solve ‘crimes’ that take place on site throughout the week.

See our sample CSI Camp programme for further information.

Booking one of our camps couldn’t be easier:

  • Book online from this page (our lowest price)*
  • Direct Debit from Go Cardless (Do not add to the basket on this page. simply sign up for the Direct Debit through THIS LINK and your order will be processed including the admin fee in five easy payments. Only available for the full week booking)
  • Call us on 0800 772 3815 and book over the telephone

Please note, our CSI camps are very popular, so please book early to avoid disappointment. CSI camps must be booked by midday the Thursday before the CSI camp begins during periods, when full weeks must be booked.

*Purchasing all five days will enable a discount to be applied to your order which is not available through Direct Debit or individual days (£130 instead of £145)

CSI Camp is suitable for children in school years 6-11 but most popular with children aged 8-11.

If your child is in school year 10 or 11 they are welcome to join in but should be aware that the majority of the group is likely to be younger. Children in school years 10-11 can only be booked onto this camp over the phone, online booking is not available. Children will be in multi-aged groups, but will be grouped with children of a similar age wherever possible.

We offer a variety of ways to pay:

  • Credit/debit card
  • Cheque (in person) in advance
  • Proforma Invoice (registered providers)

Our CSI Camp Booking Conditions are available as a download; please contact us if you would prefer a hard copy.

Children coming on our CSI Camp should come prepared to be outside whatever the weather. Many of the activities on our CSI Camp are outside, so please ensure you send your child with clothing appropriate for all weathers.

Children attending CSI Camp should bring the following:

  • Packed lunch and a drink (refillable bottle as we have plenty of water points around site) 
  • Snacks for breaks in the day
  • Warm clothing (Jacket, jumpers, t-shirts)
  • Shoes that can/will get wet
  • Spare shoes to travel home in
  • Plastic bag (to put wet shoes in)
  • Tuck money is not required

Please do not send your child with flip flops or crocs, mobile phones, electronic equipment or other items of value as we cannot be held responsible for them.

Westholme Mossley Freemasons Hall is located a short 10 minute drive from Ashton Under Lyne in the town of Mossley. The full postal address is:

Westholme Mossley Freemasons Hall, Stockport Rd, Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne OL5 0RS

 

David Bell, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools, said:
“Outdoor activities both at school and on residential courses enable pupils to enjoy challenging and unfamiliar experiences that test and develop their physical, social and personal skills. They can be among the most memorable experiences for pupils of their school days.


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