Camps for ages 3-18!

PISE  Camps focus on FUN ways to develop the fundamental movement skills and patterns that enable children of all ages and abilities to be active for life! Whether that is learning how to throw properly or learning the correct technique of a squat, these movements are essential to being active, healthy and injury free.

PISE leaders use a combination of structured and unstructured play to help children learn to move to the best of their ability. They inspire creative movement exploration to play your way to confidence, skill development, fun, team work, cooperation, respect and inclusivity. Learn more. When we move into performance development these same qualities are applied to training and sport at a new level.

We offer Spring Break Camps and Summer Camps.

COVID-19 Protocols and Practices

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in line with provincial recommendations and local guidelines, we have made changes to our spring camp services. These changes are made with the safety of our participants in mind while maintaining the most enjoyable experience possible.

Measures in place to keep you and your children safe are:

Camp Specific Drop Off Locations – to reduce high traffic times of the day, each camp will have a designated drop off location specific to their age group.

PISE Spring Break Camps Ages 5-7 – 9:00am-4:00pm at the front entrance roundabout.

PISE Spring Break Camps Ages 8-10 – 9:00am-4:00pm at the turf field.

Reduced group size – group size will be limited in order to reduce the number of contacts participants have. 

Reduced services – due to service changes, pre and post camp and lunch service are unavailable. We have also cancelled offsite camps and older age offerings in order to focus on ages 5-10 and give those participants the best experience possible.

Distancing measures – we will facilitate activities that reduce contact when possible and involve physical distance, and will create new and innovative ideas with this in mind. 

Contactless drop-off – When arriving at camp check in with your child’s camp leader, leaders will sign your child in on your behalf. We ask that parents and guardians wear a mask when communicating with PISE leaders.

Equipment – any equipment used will be cleaned and sanitized throughout and after each day.

Masks – masks are strongly encouraged for participants when travelling through public indoor spaces at PISE. Masks are required for individuals over the age of 12 in public indoor spaces and when 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained.

Outside – we will be making use of the outside spaces that we have, such as the field, track, training zones and kids area, while also using the trails and natural spaces located in Layritz Park.

Stay home – if your child is showing any symptoms or is ill in any way, please stay home. If symptoms develop during camp, we will isolate your child within our facility and call you immediately to come and pick up your child.

A poster of these protocols can be downloaded here: Spring Breaks Camps Protocols Poster

More information and details on all of these measures, as well as more information on what to bring to camp, will be sent to you in a welcome package before camp begins.

 

If you have any questions regarding the protocols we have put in place, please contact Chris Wright, Manager of Physical Literacy Development at cwright@pise.ca.

How To Register

Online

Browse our camps and click the registration button on any one.

In Person

Stop by 4371 Interurban Road and visit the welcome desk on the first floor.

By Phone

Call us at 250.220.2510, and we’ll get you started with camp registration.

Child Waivers

Parents must fill out our Child Waiver Form for their child to participate in PISE summer camps. Please fill out a Child Waiver Form for each child participating.

PLAY Your Way Grant

Do you need full or partial financial assistance to support a child’s participation? Take a look at our PLAY Your Way Grant.