Party Party Time put on Ireland's Best Camps each year during
Mid-term breaks, Summer, Easter and Halloween. Our Camps are jammed packed with lots of fun for everyone from age 5 - 12 years.
We offer endless enjoyment, positivity, encouragement and fun in a safe and nurturing environment.We only work with the best which means our Camp leaders are fully trained, and highly experienced from Qualified SNA'S , to professional Kids Entertainers. Our Camp leaders male & female have Gardai Vetting, Child protection and First Aid. All our camps book out very fast each year and we have very limited amount of places for each camp so early booking is advised.
ATTEND Party Party Time Camps in IRELAND AND YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED! NON-STOP FUN FOR EVERYONE 100% GUARANTEED.
Our camps are jammed packed with Non - Stop fun for everyone below is a list of some of our activities plus it varies for each camp we have depending if it is a Summer camp or Halloween camp. We always have a poster up online with exact details on what activities will take place in each camp here is some of the fantastic Non- Stop fun all the kids will have during our camps.
Comedy & Puppets
Arts & Crafts
Fun Games & Prizes
& MUCH MORE
All our activities are designed to suit all ages and our camp members will always have 100% Non-Stop fun during all our camps.
What do I bring to camp?
A packed lunch and plenty to drink. Children will have two supervised breaks each day. In warm weather please apply sun screen and bring a cap if you wish. Please label everything clearly.
What are the times of the camp?
Our camps run from 10am to 2pm daily Mon to Fri. The only exception to this is after a bank holiday weekend the camp runs from Tues to Fri.
Do many boys attend camp?
Absolutely! Over a third of children attending our camps are boys and this number grows each year and we find that the boys absolutely LOVE it!
Can children bring mobile phones?
Children are not permitted to use mobile phones during camp. Should they require them after camp they should remain powered off in their bags.
Are children supervised at all times at camp?
Yes Children at our camps are supervised at all times between 9.45am and 2:00pm.
Can I attend camp on my own?
Of course you can! Most children attend on their own. We will be creating smaller groups and ensuring everyone will get to know each other through our Fun games and activities.
Terms And Conditions Party Party Time Camp is open to children between the ages of 5 to 12. Camp Time daily is 10am -2pm.
Party Party Time Camp will not be responsible for any child left unsupervised outside these hours. Cancellations made up to 10 days before the camp begins will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be given for cancellations received less than 10 days before the camp. There is a €10 charge for any changes made to an original booking. Party Party Time Camps reserves the right to make date/venue changes if necessary. In the event that the camp is not permitted to run due to Health Guidelines in relation to COVID19 Party Party Time camp will change your booking to Easter/Summer 2022. Alternatively Party Party Time Camp will issue a credit note which will be valid for 5 years. Party Party Time Camp will operate to the highest safety standards.
The camp may be only outdoors depending on government guidelines at the time of camp. In the event of poor weather we may need to suspend the camp and request you to collect the children early. In the event of the camp being suspended we will contact you.
In consideration of the acceptance of above named student in Party Party Time Camp the applicant agrees that Party Party time camp and / or their employees will not be held responsible for any accidents or loss of personal property, however caused. Any participant whose conduct is deemed by the camp manager to be detrimental to the best interest of the programme will be dismissed-no refund will be made. The use of mobile phones are not permitted in Party Party Time camp, except in exceptional situations where approval has been requested from a staff member. Party Party Time Camp reserve the right to modify or delete any activity in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Places are allocated on first come first served basis. Permission is granted to seek medical treatment in the event of an accident. A confirmation email or text will be sent as proof of booking. Payment is regarded as acceptance of the booking conditions. Photographs/Videos may be taken for promotional use.
Party Party Time Camps is fully committed to safeguarding the well being of all children & young people with whom we interact and to the implementation of policies and practices that protect children and vulnerable adults from harm.
The aim of Party Party Time Camps Protection and Welfare Policy is to promote best practice in protection and set out a procedural framework to ensure that members of staff are equipped to make informed and confident responses to specific issues and take proactive steps to minimise risk with regard to protection and welfare issues.
In implementing its policy Party Party Time Camps undertake to provide a safe environment and where the welfare of the child/young person is paramount. We will adhere to the recommendations of;
Children First: National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children, published by the Department of Children and Youth affairs.
We have implemented procedures covering but not limited to:
This policy will be reviewed on the 1st January 2022
Signed: John Caheny
POLICY -Code of behaviour for all our staff
Our policy applies to all staff and volunteers working for Party Party Time Camps. We practice safe recruitment in checking the suitability of staff and volunteers to work with children.
Party Party Time Camps employees accept and recognise their responsibilities regarding the safeguarding of children and will endeavour to carry these out by:
Party Party Time Camps does not accept the following behaviours and will intervene to ensure the fair and equitable treatment of all children:
The code of behaviour is categorised under the following headings:
• Child-centred approach
• Good practice
• Appropriate behaviour
• Physical contact
• Health and safety