London, 16 April 2018 - The Language Gallery (TLG) Juniors has launched a new summer camp based at the historic Uppingham School, created to give young people in the East Midlands a range of activities to undertake during the summer break.
From the beginning of July, the Rutland-based school will be hosting TLG’s Football Day Camp, designed in partnership with Coerver® Coaching. The camp is a non-residential programme for boys and girls aged 12-17 centred on elite coaching, with the same very same coaches that host sessions at some of the world’s top clubs, including Real Madrid and Arsenal.
This is a fantastic opportunity for young players to improve their skills with some of the best coaching available globally. The non-residential camp offers a daily schedule which includes football coaching sessions, meals and on-site support from staff. The participants will be able to choose between a short or long day, signing for up to four weeks.
The camp is developed around a weekly schedule of football sessions, under the guidance of qualified coaches. The course will help the young attendees to develop their potential, boost their confidence and improve their football skills whilst having fun with classmates.
Uppingham is one of the UK’s leading schools. Its first class facilities attract young learners who are keen to be involved with quality educational and sports programmes.
Simon Power, Managing Director at The Language Gallery, said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Uppingham to deliver this camp.
“The school is well known in Rutland, and we are always happy to support the local community. Coerver® are the coaching arm of Adidas®, and their UEFA badged trainers will take young players onto another level with a flexible daily programme. Based in Uppingham, this will provide families in the area with a great alternative activity during the summer break, with the school opening its doors every day to welcome young people passionate about football.”
The Football Day Camp is the latest addition to TLG Juniors’ camps for summer 2018, which launched earlier this year with a wide range of residential programmes in the UK, open to English and non-English speakers alike. “With these programmes we aim to educate and entertain, by providing language lessons alongside extracurricular activities,” added Mr Power.