We do not run holiday camps, however there are many Lacrosse courses and camps available throughout the South East and Nationally. The companies below are listed alphabetically and Cobham Lacrosse is not endorsing or recommending any one company or course in particular. We suggest that members review the wide range of camps on offer and select the dates, location or ability level that best suits your needs.
Chiswick Lacrosse run a series of summer camps during August for girls aged 9 to 16, which include options for taking Level 1 and 2 coaching qualifications.
Elite Sports offer two types of lacrosse camp: General and Advanced. General lacrosse camps are designed for girls of mixed ability who are keen to develop their individual skills and enhance their overall enjoyment of the game. Advanced lacrosse camps are supported by the English Lacrosse Association and are intended for girls who have the ability and aspirations to progress to County, Regional and International levels.
Lead by England World Cup 2013 Captain Katy Bennett, SixBySix specialise in helping young athletes improve performance, whether that is moving up to the next school team, or aspiring to put on an England Shirt. Their bespoke teaching framework 'The Performance Matrix' is designed to inspire young athletes and target learning, both on the pitch and with wider knowledge around athletic performance (including sports psychology, nutrition, injury prevention and more). With a fun edge, and a passion for performance, the SixBySix programme brings the principals of elite sport to young, talented athletes to springboard their performance to the next level.
St Catherine's and St Helen's School Lacrosse Camps are open to all and aim to provide training to enable girls to develop and improve their playing skills to their full potential. Their experienced staff will use a structured programme and individual instruction to achieve this. The camps are designed for girls of all abilities and will help both novices and experienced players improve in a fun environment.
Triple Arrow camps are delivered by the English Lacrosse Association and forms part of the Talent Pathway for girls who aspire to play for England. The experienced Triple Arrow coaches are all qualified by the English Lacrosse Association. Many are International Lacrosse players, with playing experience in Europe and North America.The coaching curriculum is developed for players aged between 10 -18 years old and takes into account each player's individual stage of development.