Osprey March Break Camp

Registration for Osprey Camps is easy and quick. Please register here if you are ready to enrol your child.

Osprey March Break

Osprey Camps are open to Armbrae Families and Community Members. Camps will run for the two weeks of March Break. Campers will have the chance to explore new and exciting activities.Themes and offerings will vary from time to time. Camp themes could include: Drama, Exploring, Science, RockClimbing, Basketball and more.

Week 1 - March 4-8, 2024

Exploring Arts (Gr PP-2

We have partnered with ARTworks studio on Coburg Road. Campers will enjoy a fun morning at the Art studio, where they will be creative using many different materials to create a masterpiece. Then they will have the afternoon in the Osprey Nest and outside.  

RockClimbing Camp (Gr 2-6)

Kids will enjoy a morning of climbing at EastPeak Climbing while working on skills in strength, endurance and confidence. In the afternoon kids will be creating their own obstacle courses to climb through growing skills in critical thinking, teamwork and fun!!


Week 2 - March 11-15, 2024

SportBall Camp (Gr PP-1)

SportBall Camp will keep children moving and engaged and send them home with new skills from a different sport each day. These well- rounded lessons each day will provide an amazing foundation for a lifetime of active living bundling soccer, baseball, basketball, football, hockey, volleyball, golf and tennis into one comprehensive package.

MadScience Camp (Gr 1-3)

Mad Science camp is a hands-on science program covering different science topics including electricity, magnetism, optics, biology and more. Campers will get to go to the science lab each morning and have fun learning all about science. Each day campers will have a take home activity. 

Basketball Camp (Gr 3-6)

We have Tariq Thomas, Armbrae's very own Division One Basketball coach running camp.  This program is designed for young athletes from Grades 3-6. It is uniquely designed to progressively teach the fundamentals of basketball and gradually introduce different techniques that will increase their ability to effectively play the sport.

Campers will work with Tariq for the morning and in the afternoon enjoy open play in and outside the gym. They will come together for a scrimmage each afternoon to practice the skills they have learned.


If you have any questions please contact  Ashley Matthews-Duffett, Director of Auxiliary Programmes or by phone at 902-471-1993.