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Parent Guide

Our Philosophy
At Futures we fundamentally believe that providing the best people and the best places will produce the best experience for our students
We have a track record of working and developing some highly talented young athletes, many of whom have progressed to National representation level. Many thousands of young people and adults have experienced Futures Camps and Courses over the past 23 years. We are constantly learning and adapting everything we do and will continue to do so in order to make our Camps the best in the world.
Residential Camp Programme
All our residential Camps follow a similar schedule which as been tried, tested and updated. The following is an example of our daily programme;
As a parent we understand that it’s important you have peace of mind when sending your children off on a camp. This section of our website is designed to give you just that. Below you will find everything you need to know about a Futures sports camp to leave you with no doubt your child is in safe hands.


example daily timetable

Coaches and Welfare Staff

All our coaches and welfare staff are appropriately qualified, CRB checked and have had first aid and safeguarding training. We have developed a strong team ethos over the years and have many staff who return year on year. We employ high quality, fun, fair people with bags of enthusiasm and knowledge.

Our Head coach changes from camp to camp, however, they are all Level 3 or 4 qualified with current knowledge and generally with international playing and or coaching experience. They are supported by a team of Level 2 Lead coaches.

Our staff to student ratio is approximately 1 to 5.

We fundamentally believe that providing the best people in key roles makes for an exciting, productive and memorable camp for the students.

Coaching Groups and Programme
Each Camp has 4 or 5 groups, depending on numbers and range of abilities. Assessments take place on Day 1 of camp and players are grouped by ability. There is of course flexibility with this and therefore some movement between groups during the week.

For each sport we have a constantly evolving technical and tactical skill development programme. The programme is adapted by the Head and Lead coaches to meet the needs and level of each group. As well as focusing on the core skill elements of the England Hockey Single System and in preparing students for progression through the player pathway – JDC, JRPC, HiPAC, we also incorporate the best ideas and training techniques from other systems, including the Dutch, Australian and Asian systems.

Health & Safety & Accommodation
We take the health, safety and welfare of the students very seriously. Our welfare teams have all successfully completed nationally recognised Safeguarding and Child Protection and First Aid training.  Every member of our staff is fully involved in making sure all aspects of the camps meet our high standards.  All staff are openly recruited and carefully selected from a range of backgrounds to give a balance of experiences. All go through a full application and recruitment process which includes an Enhanced Criminal Records check.

Each child is allocated a Group Leader who is responsible for their pastoral care throughout their stay. Our Leaders are supported by our Welfare Team who together ensure that the needs of all the children are fully met. 

Our accomodation sites at Moulton College and Oundle School have clearly defined secure boundaries which are monitored by CCTV and professional security staff 24 hours per day.  In addition our on site staff conduct regular checks of the accommodation and social areas of the campus.

Moulton College and Oundle School, both located in rural Northamptonshire, are purpose build education establishments with outstanding facilities.  At Moulton, accommodation is in modern single and twin mainly en-suite bedrooms which are housed in secure key and code blocks in the centre of the main campus. At Oundle, accommodation is in modern, secure school boarding houses. Catering is provided by the fully equipped on-site restaurants which provides a choice of menus prepared to a high standard and to suit all tastes.  Any individual dietary requirements can be easily catered for.

Both sites boast some of the best sports facilities in England. Moulton has four artificial turf pitches (sand, 3G and water), a flood lit rugby pitch, a full sized indoor hockey arena and a wide range of other sports pitches, studios, gyms and recreational facilities. A 25m Swimming Pool and Sports Therapy unit has recently been constructed and is now in use. Oundle has two artificial turf pitches, a very large indoor hall, gym, swimming pool, climbing wall and much more.

What to Bring
We have produced a suggested list of what you need to bring - just click on: Suggested Kit List

Make a Booking

On-line: Just click on the "Make a Booking" link on the left menu and follow the on-line instructions.
By phone: You can reserve a place on your preferred camp by calling us on 01604 771189.

Our normal opening hours are Monday to Friday 9.30am - 6.30pm.
By post: Complete an 
application form and send it to us along with a cheque for your deposit.