Holiday Sports Camps

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Cardiff Met Sport offers a range of sport camps for children during the Easter and summer school holidays. The camps cater for all ages and abilities.​

All Junior Holiday Camps will be available to book on the Cardiff Met Sport App.​

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For further details or for an application form, please contact Cardiff Met Sports Facilities on 029 2041 6777 or 029 2041 6770.

Registration Procedures

All parents need to complete their junior sport registration on the app via the 'my account' module. This needs to be completed fully ahead of the camp.​​

How to Book

  1. Download the Cardiff Met Sport App.

  2. Choose the Junior Sport Holiday camps module.

  3. Select the Sport you would like to book.

  4. Tap the image to book your child's place.

  5. Create a user profile in your child's name (Those who have booked courses or camps previously should already have a user ID).

If you have any questions, please contact our team on 029 2041 6777.

Information for Parents & Guardians


Please click here to view all available car parks at the Cardiff Met Cyncoed Campus. Pay and display machines accept cards (not Apple pay) or parking can also be paid via the Saba Parking UK App.

and Sign-Out

Our Junior Sport Camps will register in NIAC.

There will also be adequate signage placed across the campus to help direct drop off and pick up locations.

You will need to pick up your children from the following venues:

  • Multisport: NIAC Main Reception

  • Rugby: NIAC Main Reception

  • Hockey: Directly from the pitch

  • Swimming: Swimming Pool

  • Gymnastics & Trampolining: NIAC main reception

  • Tennis: Direct from the Tennis Centre


Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps operate a strict registration procedure whereby parents are required to sign their child(ren) into and out of camp daily. If any adult other than the adult who signs the child into camp is collecting, staff must be advised of this when the child is signed in and a password must be given by the parent, to the staff and to the adult who is collecting the child.

The manager reserves the right to retain a child on the premises if unable to identify with the person collecting, or without any form of written consent to release the child(ren) from the programme. In this case, the parent will be contacted prior to releasing any child(ren). It is important that a member of staff is informed in the morning if you are not collecting your child at the end of the day. Please remember to sign the register and arrange for a password to be used on collection.

Where you would like for your child(ren) to sign in and out without parent/guardian present, we require a written letter to be presented to our staff, signed, and verified by the parent/guardian.

This self-sign in / out procedure is only available for children aged 11+.

Photography and Marketing

Cardiff Met Sport require consent from parents / guardians for the participants to have photos taken to be used in the marketing and photography of our junior sport camps. Please ensure that you have completed your preferences in our registration form. These photos will be made available of our activities and your child’s participation will be available for parents after the camps have concluded – this will be sent out to all participants (consented) via email. Where children aren't allowed photos, our staff will allocate the participant a no consent wrist band. Any children with no consent bands won’t be added to our shared photograph folder.

Food and Drink

No Food or drink is supplied within the Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps. There are drinks and snack machines on site at Cardiff Met (but are not controlled by the University). Children are also welcome to use the cafes on campus, please note they are all card payment only.

Clothing and Equipment

All attendees are required to wear appropriate clothing and footwear whilst attending any Cardiff Met Junior Sports Camps. Please be prepared for all weather conditions, especially if your child is attending a camp which will use outdoor facilities. Items such as a waterproof jacket, spare socks, sun cream, sun hat are important to consider.

Sickness and Exclusion

Parents/guardians will be asked to collect children with a suspected illness or infection as soon as possible to safely reduce the risk of a spread throughout the camp. Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps is unable to accept a child onto the programme with an existing or recovering (infectious) illness. Regarding the health and welfare of all children attending the camp, parents are advised to speak with the sport development & workforce manager before booking their child(ren). Parents of children attending camp with an existing injury will be asked to provide details to the manager prior to signing in.

Administration of Medicine

Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps require written permission from a parent/guardian prior to receiving and administering any form of medication to a child. Parents will be asked to provide full details on a separate medication form and to acknowledge, each day, by way of signature and date, that an authorised member of Junior Sport Camps has followed the administrative instructions provided.


Cardiff Met and Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps maintain detailed policies governing the administration and operation of the camp. A full copy of our policies can be requested. If you have any concerns, the manager will be happy to speak with you on the day.

Behaviour Management Policy

Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps staff endeavour to manage, monitor and control behaviour where necessary, to ensure the smooth running of the programme and to protect all other children attending the camps. All Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps staff follow National Governing Body Coaching Codes of Conduct in the specific sport being coached. Where children break our behaviour management policy; parents will be contacted to collect their children from the camps.

Equal Opportunities

Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps is fully aware of its responsibility towards the promotion of equal opportunities and recognises that discrimination is unacceptable in any form. Cardiff Met Junior Sport Camps fully accept its statutory responsibility and are committed to extending the principles laid down in law to any individual or groups who are treated unfairly.


Public and personal liability insurance cover is provided for all children enrolled onto the Junior Sport Camp programme however personal effects are not included in this cover.


If a query or complaint cannot be addressed with a satisfactory outcome by our staff, parents are requested in the first instance to email the Junior Sport inbox

Parents are required to complete the registration form in full on the Cardiff Met Sport App. Click here for Video guide to complete.