2020 our 16th year of camps -

Wow and thank you!!!

Kid and pizza slicee
Excitement and happy - Aug19
Kid eating apple
All new for 2020 our camps are bigger and better than ever before. This year we are offering.
Longer hours 9 - 4pm
An 'Early bird camp' 9-10am 
Early drop off from 8.45am
Lunches!! Let us do the hard work
Discounts for sibling and multi camp bookings
Download all the details here

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Safety First

We take the safety of your child as a priority!!!
All of our coaches are experienced LTA licensed, DRB, safeguarded, child protection and First Aid appointed. Helping our coaches are the assistants who are hand picked and trained to work with children and as part of a team.

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MINI TENNIS CAMP:

DAY TENNIS CAMP:

Auz, Matty & Minis Easter19
Camps are always fun at Ravens LTC, N12

10am - 12.00pm each day. 4 -7 years

Our mini tennis camp runs from 10am - 12.00pm on a daily basis. Here the children play, learn and practise all the aspects needed to enjoy tennis.

Our highly trained, thoughtful and experienced coaches understand what is needed to help younger children learn. Each day we start through game based exercises the ABC's (agility, balance and coordination). This is followed daily by technical based games and practise. Each activity is aimed to help your child understand and learn the various elements needed to hit that tennis ball over the net.

At the end of each camp the children receive prizes to mark their efforts and help them see their improvements.

10am - 4pm each day. 7 years and up.

Our tennis day camp runs from 10am - 4pm on a daily basis. Here children aged 7 upwards come together to learn, socialise, and practise tennis techniques and tactics.

Each day campers start with a range of warm up drills, coordination, balance and footwork exercises and games. Campers are then split into standard based groups to learn and practise a different tennis shot each day. We ask the children to watch demonstrations and then become coaches and give feedback. We have found this a great way to help  everyone understand what they are being asked to do themselves.

The last day of each camp is tournament day. A chance to put together everything practised and learnt. At the end everyone receives a prize to help them remember their experience on camp.

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