Summer Camps

Summer tennis camps for ages 3.5–4 and 5–6 in Belair Park, Dulwich Village. Book for the whole week, or pick and choose your days! BOOK NOW

PLEASE NOTE: Children should be independent enough to work on their own – for the most part, parents/carers will not be allowed on court. But they are welcome to stay and watch from outside the court!

Each day of the summer camps has a theme:

  • Monday – forehands
  • Tuesday – backhands
  • Wednesday – volleys
  • Thursday – serves
  • Friday – everything!

Dates & Times

Choose your week:

Week 1:
Monday 19th – Friday 23rd July
Week 2:
Monday 26th July – Friday 30th July (Only Tuesday to Friday still available)
Week 3:
Monday 2nd August – Friday 6th August

AGES 3.5 & 4:
9.15am to 10.15am (1hr session per day)
AGES 5 & 6:
10.20am to 12.20pm (2hr session per day

Ages 3.5 and 4

TOTS TENNIS CAMPS
Monday to Friday, 9.15am to 10.15am

Throughout 5 days of 60-minute sessions, we will learn forehands, backhands, volleys, serves and more, through fun games and activities. Attend for the whole week, or just book for the day!
PLEASE NOTE: Children should be independent enough to work on their own – for the most part, parents/carers will not be allowed on court, but they are welcome to watch. 

 

Ages 5 and 6

MINI TENNIS CAMPS
Monday to Friday, 10.20am to 12.20pm

For 5 days of 2-hour sessions, we will learn forehands, backhands, volleys and serves – progressing to rallies and points by the end of the week. Attend for the whole week, or just book for the day!

 

Location

Belair Park Tennis Courts, Dulwich Village

FAQs

Do I have to book for the entire 5 days?
No! You can book for the entire week, or pick and choose your days. You can add more sessions to your basket before confirming your booking. 

Do I need to bring anything?
All equipment is provided. But please bring water and a snack, and be dressed appropriately for the weather.

Can parents/carers stay and watch?
Of course, especially for the ages 3-.5 to 4 camps. You are also welcome to drop off and leave your children if they are comfortable being left.

Are parents/carers expected to help their child on court?
No. Parents/carers are not allowed on court. So your child should be independent enough to work on their own without parental support – but parents are welcome to stay and watch. 

What if it rains?
We will try to go ahead even if some rain is forecast so please bring waterproofs. We will only cancel if the weather is particularly bad. 

Will there be breaks?
Yes, so make sure you bring a drink and a small snack.

Are there toilets?
Yes, there are toilets by the courts.