King's Camps is a fantastic week of fun, sport and activity for children aged 4-17 taking place at Jordanhill School in Glasgow during the Easter holidays (6-9 April).
With a choice of over 30 different sports and activities that provide fun friendship and achievement, there's something for children of all ages and interests to get excited about. Not to mention the theme days, competitions and team challenges which make each day on camp really special.
King's Camps has an exemplary health and safety record, is registered with OFSTED and has achieved the RoSPa Gold Award for the last four years.
For more information and to book visit kingscamps.org or call 0845 643 5272.
Founded in 1920, it was formerly run by Jordanhill College of Education as its demonstration school, and was previously known as Jordanhill College School.
The school has a unique status. It is now funded by a direct grant from the Scottish Executive, and is neither a local authority school, nor is it a private or independent school. No fees are paid, and there is no academic selection of pupils.
It is an all-through Primary and Secondary Comprehensive school serving the local area of Jordanhill, and parts of Broomhill and Scotstoun. The school roll is 462 Primary and 575 Secondary pupils.