Manor Field, Burgess Hill

The Hub

A typical day at The Hub

Every school holiday, The Hub (our camp for 9-14 year olds) runs on the Manor Field campus in Burgess Hill, just a 2-minute walk from Wivelsfield station. Although they are based on the same school site, The Hub runs independently from Activity Camp (our camp for younger children) in a separate classroom area. This allows Hub kids to benefit from a more suitable and ‘grown up’ environment to spend their time in, as well as a sense of independence.

A day at The Hub always starts with Daily Housekeeping, when staff lay out our behavioural expectations and the activities that will be available that day. Activities in The Hub are designed specifically with older children in mind, with more developed Sports, Art, Drama & Team Challenges on offer. On trip days, Hub kids spend their morning or afternoon enjoying an off-site activity such as swimming, laser quest or abseiling (click here to view our planned Hub trips for next camp).

Call the Manor Field Burgess Hill Club directly on 01444 248 427

Sign in

Firstly, find your child on our register and sign them in as you drop off at camp.

Eat breakfast

A healthy breakfast comes next, if you’ve booked our optional extended day session.

Housekeeping

A quick run through of the activities on offer gives kids the chance to choose what they’d most like to do.

Activity choice

Sports, Arts, Drama & Gaming… there is always lots on offer for Hub Campers to choose from.

Dodgeball

Always a camp favourite, we ensure Hub kids enjoy a blast of dodgeball at least once a day.

Lunch time

At midday, kids stop to re-stock their energy with a packed lunch or one of our grab bags.

Off Site Trip

3 days a week, The Hub heads off site for a fun activity such as rock climbing or swimming.

Team challenge

Whether it’s quizzing or building marshmallow towers, it’s going to need to teamwork to win!

More activities

Another choice of activity ensures kids are happy and well worn out by the end of the day.

Dinner

Time to go home, but not before a freshly cooked dinner for our extended dinner campers.

Number of days per weekFirst child bookedSecond child booked*Third child booked*
Half day£16.00£15.00£14.00
Full day£31.00£29.00£27.00
3 day week£85.00£80.00£75.00
5 day week£140.00£130.00£120.00
* from same family, fourth child goes free

A typical day at The Hub

  • 7:00 – 8:15am:  Breakfast Club (breakfast is served until 8am)
  • 8:15 – 9:00am:  Parents drop-off & sign-in, Kids choose from our free play activities
  • 9:00 – 9:20am:  Daily housekeeping, trip preparation and getting onto the minibus
  • 9:20am – 12:30pm:  Off-site trip activity (e.g. Swimming, Crazy Golf, Abseiling)
  • 12:30 – 1:15pm:  Lunch time (parents drop-off or collect half-day campers)
  • 1:15 – 2:30pm:  Activity Session 1 (e.g. Sport, STEM challenge, Art & Craft)
  • 2:30 – 3:00pm:  Break time
  • 3:00 – 4:00pm:  Activity Session 2 (e.g. Quiz, Drama, Team Challenge)
  • 4:00 – 4:45pm:  Dodgeball & collection of day campers
  • 4:45 – 5:00pm:  Free play activities & collection of day campers
  • 5:00pm:  Dinner served
  • 5:30 – 6:30pm:  Kids choose from our free play activities
  • 6:30pm:  Latest collection of Dinner Club campers

Are you registered with Ofsted?

Yes, we are on the Early Years and Childcare registers.

Are your staff DBS checked?

Every member of our staff is DBS checked.

Are your staff trained in First Aid?

Yes, all our full-time staff receive full Paediatric First Aid training.

What time can I drop my child off?

We have a few different options for drop off / collection times, please view the timetables tab for information in relation to this camp.

Are meals included?

We can provide breakfast, lunch and dinner, which are charged in addition to your daily booking. If needed, please simply select these options when you book.

Do you cater for food allergies, intolerances and religious food preferences?

Yes. When you register your child online, we will ask you to inform us of any allergies or intolerances to allow us to prepare for any specific needs. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact us and a member of our catering team would be happy to speak to you.

Can my child bring their own food?

If your child will be staying with us for lunch and you have not booked a grab bag, please send them in with their own lunch. Children will also need a mid-morning & mid-afternoon snack i.e. a piece of fruit. Please do not pack any form of nuts i.e. peanut butter.

What if my child is ill?

If your child is ill before you leave home in the morning we ask you not to bring them to camp, but to follow guidelines set by most schools – in the case of sickness and diarrhoea your child should be free of all symptoms for 48 hours before attending.

If my child needs medication will it be administered at Camp?

Any medication must be left with the Manager and we ask you to sign a permission form to enable us to give specific medicines.

What if I want to cancel my booking?

Please see the Cancellation Policy in our terms and conditions for booking.

What trips will my child be going on?

We will confirm the trips for each camp around 4 weeks prior to the start of the camp.  Please click here to our available information on Hub trips.

Our Values

“What I like about Pioneer Club is the staff! Everyone is really friendly and professional, and I am always confident they enjoy looking after Oliver and that he is safe in their care”

Claire Jex

Our Values

“What I like about Pioneer Club is the staff! Everyone is really friendly and professional, and I am always confident they enjoy looking after Oliver and that he is safe in their care”

Claire Jex two

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