Next Camp Dates

15-18, 22-25 July

To book:


Phone: 07718883285


Start Time: 10:00 (drop off from 9:30)

End Time: 14:00


St Lukes Church, Redcliffe Gardens, London SW10 9HF

Why Choose Chess Camp?

Chess is a captivating game that offers numerous benefits for children. Beyond being a source of entertainment, it cultivates essential skills such as strategic thinking, critical analysis, and patience. By enrolling your child in our Holiday Chess Camp, you provide them with a unique opportunity to experience an enjoyable and educational holiday.

Catering to All Skill Levels

At our camp, we welcome children of all chess abilities. Whether your child is a novice or a seasoned tournament player, we have tailored programs to suit their needs. We carefully group children based on their skill level, ensuring that each child receives appropriate instruction and challenges.

Engaging Chess Activities

During the camp, your child will engage in a variety of chess activities designed to deepen their knowledge of the game. Our knowledgeable coaches will guide them through structured learning sessions, where they will learn new strategies, tactics, and chess principles. Through interactive lessons, they will gain a solid foundation while enjoying the process of discovery.

Puzzles and Problem Solving

To enhance their chess skills further, we incorporate puzzle-solving sessions into our camp program. These puzzles are carefully selected to provide engaging challenges that promote critical thinking and improve problem-solving abilities. By encouraging your child to tackle these puzzles, we foster their analytical skills and develop their ability to strategise effectively.

Tournaments and Prizes

The day at our Holiday Chess Camp culminates in friendly tournaments, where children have the opportunity to showcase their newly acquired skills. These tournaments provide a thrilling experience as children compete against their peers in a supportive and encouraging environment. We celebrate their efforts by awarding prizes that recognise not only the winners but also individual achievements and progress.

Creating a Supportive Environment

We understand that learning chess can be a journey filled with ups and downs. At our camp, we emphasise a supportive atmosphere where children feel encouraged to explore and learn without fear of failure. We teach them that setbacks are valuable learning opportunities and focus on celebrating improvement, resilience, and good sportsmanship.

Fostering Friendships with Shared Interests

Our Holiday Chess Camp not only offers a platform for children to deepen their chess skills but also provides an opportunity to make new friends who share a common interest. By engaging in chess activities and friendly competitions, your child will have the chance to interact with peers who have a similar passion for the game. Building connections and friendships with like-minded individuals can create lasting memories and a sense of camaraderie that extends beyond the camp. Together, they can exchange strategies, learn from each other’s experiences, and forge friendships that may extend well beyond the chessboard.

Join the Chess Adventure

Chess is not just a game—it is an adventure that can captivate both children and adults. By enrolling your child in our Holiday Chess Camp, you provide them with an opportunity to embark on this captivating journey. Consider joining them on this adventure, learning chess alongside your child and discovering new avenues of communication and shared joy.

Next Steps

Ready to enroll your child in our Holiday Chess Camp? Get in touch with us today! Simply fill out the form or send an email to Remember, spots are limited, so sign up soon to secure a place and avoid disappointment. We can’t wait to welcome your child to an exciting chess experience!

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    A list of breaks during which we have holiday chess camps. February half term, Easter holiday, May half term, Summer holiday, October half term and Christmas holiday. We announce dates closer to the time.