Rising Stars Activities
Serving central London since 2018
The history of Rising Stars!
Rising Stars Sports Clubs provide a modern and inclusive approach to children’s sports. Children of all ability levels can join our football and basketball clubs which provide a safe and nurturing environment for children to thrive and develop.
Since the pandemic, children’s holiday camps have gained an even greater importance for the development of children as they provide social reconnection with peers and help them rebuild social skills and friendships. With children having increased screen time during the pandemic, our holiday camps encourage outdoor play, sports and adventures, promoting physical health and combating sedentary habits. This not only has a positive impact on children’s mental health, but will also help them build resilience as they adapt to changing situations. Just as important is the mental health of parents, and ourholiday camps can provide a much-needed break for parents while knowing their children are in a supportive and secure environment.
Our venues have fantastic facilities that allows us to offer children an incredibly diverse activity programme, making our camp suitable for all children. All our camps are rounded off with a presentation on the final day of the week which includes a weekly camp movie, and prizes for all the children who have attended.
Meet the awesome team members!
My daughter Lily loves Rising Stars camp. She loves the activities, thinks the leaders are great and it’s her favourite camp. Thank yo to all the team 😁
My son had an amazing time at the camp this October half term. His first time ever at a camp and he happily walked in with the friendly staff and wanted to go back every day. I can’t wait to send him back at Christmas as he really enjoyed all of the activities and made lots of friends
Fred loves rising stars, the team there make everything so enjoyable for the kids with such an array of activities to suit all. My son has been going to the camps as well as the football club since he was 4 and 2 years later he doesn’t want to go anywhere else.