We don’t run our holiday courses so parents can have affordable, quality childcare – although we know how helpful this is.
We run our courses to give children the opportunity to be active, to try something new and be the best they can be. We want every child to leave us with new confidence, feeling proud of what they’ve achieved.
We think the best people to let you know how well we do this are the children themselves, through their parents. This is just some of what they have to say.
Lynda from Aberdare told us her children love SuperStars and ask to come each holiday. She said she likes the fact that we give them responsibility. We do this as it’s a great way to help the children try new things and learn more about themselves and what they’re capable of.
Another parent from Aberdare told us that coming to SuperStars had helped her daughter grow in confidence and take part in team sports. We think team sports are one of the most fun ways you can exercise while at the same time gaining friendship, teamwork and leadership skills.
Melanie from Heol y Cyw told us that her son enjoys meeting new people at SuperStars and having the chance to play with them. Play is so important for children as it helps them develop their social, emotional, physical and cognitive skills. Through our games and activities we include plenty of time to play in all our courses.
Claire from Westbury told us how our holiday course helped her son come out of his shell and grow in confidence. We aim to create the perfect mix of happy caring staff and exciting activities in a safe and friendly environment to help all children feel comfortable, confident and happy to join in.
Kelly from Uphill said how much her son loves to wear his medal and how much she loves reading the comments we write on the certificates. We all love to hear positive feedback and have our achievements recognised, and children are no exception. This is why our Friday afternoon presentation ceremonies are an important part of all our courses.
We’d like to thank everyone who takes the time to tell us how we’re doing. We love hearing what you think and what the children say when they get home. It’s feedback like this that helps us learn and continue to be the best at what we do.