Deep Dish Beach Volleyball

Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, London

From 2nd August 2021

We’ve got the fun, sun (we hope!) and sand for your summer holidays!


After 7 years of delivering amazing beach volleyball camps for adults, Deep Dish Beach Volleyball are excited to announce the first year of junior beach camps!


We’re not just here to tackle weekday summer holiday boredom, we’re here to help your kids grow. They’ll make a tonne of memories on our beach in Crystal Palace park, developing their independence and confidence, and becoming part of the Deep Dish Junior family!! 


Your kids will have a blast, learning to play beach volleyball and other beach sports with our amazing coaches at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre! We cater for every level- from those that have never touched a volleyball to our regular junior attendees.

Ages 5 - 14

All abilities welcome

£35 per day
£150 full week

9AM - 5pm

Week 1: 02/08 - 06/08
Week 2: 09/08 - 13/08
More weeks TBC

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Our camp-cohort will be led by our fantastic coaching staff through a series of sessions, game-based activities, and competitions. Our programme has been created by our head coaches to ensure that your child has fun throughout, develops important teamwork skills, and leaves camp with new techniques and tactics needed to succeed in beach volleyball.


We’ll host games and mini-tournaments each day to put skills into practice, with fun adaptations for all levels!

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It’s not all beach volleyball! Our coaches have been working on loads of other beach sports and games too, to provide different learning, and playing environments. Our fantastic team will be running:

  • Beach Handball

  • Beach Tennis

  • Beach Football

  • Beach Tag

  • And loads of other games in the sand!

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Our affordable camps take the hassle out of planning your holidays and give your kids the chance to meet new people and learn new sports in a fun and safe environment.


Our camps encourage independence, whilst ensuring each child’s welfare is kept a priority. We’ll take regular breaks for hygiene, hydration, food and sun protection!

We group our camps to ensure relevant delivery, and the best chances for development.


Our staff are awesome, I know we are biased, but they actually are. They hold vast amounts of experience between them and we even have current and former England national team beach volleyball players!

That's right, your child could be getting coached by Commonwealth Games athletes and future Olympians! 

Our coaches pride themselves in being able to deliver highly engaging sessions for all ages and levels of child.


09.00 - 09.30: Camper arrival & registration

09.30 - 10.00: Welcome rules and icebreaker games

10.00 - 10.40: Digging & mini Vollis games

10.40 - 11.00: Morning break

11.00 - 11.50: Beach obstacle course

11.50 - 12.40: Beach tag

12.40 - 13.30: Lunch break

13.30 - 14.20: Serving target games

14.20 - 15.00: Mini volleyball tournament pt 1

15.00 - 15.20: Afternoon break

15.20 - 16.30: Mini tournament pt 2

16.30 - 17.00: Day wrap up, collection and free play time

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"The staff are great with the kids: consistently energetic and happy to go the extra mile!"


Covid Secure Camps

Here are some of the steps we’re taking to make Deep Dish Beach Volleyball camp as safe as possible: Our Planning

  • We have reduced our daily camp numbers
  • We will ensure a maximum of 15 children per group, and will reduce mixing of these groups as much as possible
  • We have adjusted our programme to ensure COVID appropriate activity
Our Venue
  • COVID-19 Risk assessments
  • Additional signage
  • Socially distanced queuing
  • Isolation area in camp, if a participant/staff member falls ill during the day and can’t leave immediately
Our Processes
  • Confirm no symptoms or quarantine restrictions on entry
  • Extra hand washing and sanitising of equipment throughout the day
  • Minimise mixing of equipment
  • COVID-19 officer to regularly review processes

Parents Information

Please note - if relevant, Anaphylaxis, Asthma, and Seizure action plans must be sent via email to a minimum of 5 days before your booking. Dropping off

  • We cannot accept children onto camp without a completed entry form.
  • Drop off: 8:45-9:15 am
  • When you arrive at camp our staff will ask for your child’s name and your email confirmation. Please have this to hand. This can be presented on a smartphone or printed out ahead of drop-off.
  • If you were required to send in any other forms (eg. Anaphylaxis) this will be double-checked before we accept your child onto camp.
  • Our staff will check your child into camp.
Picking up
  • Collection is between 4.45-5:15pm
  • When you arrive to collect your child, our staff will once again ask to see your email booking. Staff will confirm the child’s details and check the child out of camp.
  • If someone else is collecting your child please forward the email confirmation to them.
  • The email reference is unique to each child and confirms authorisation for collecting that child
  • If someone else is collecting, our staff will check the Information form to see who you have detailed as authorised to collect your child. This adult will be asked for photo ID to confirm their identity.
  • If a child is collected late, staffing costs will be incurred by the parent/carer, at £15 per extra 15 mins
What to bring
  • A refillable drinks bottle
  • A packed lunch and snacks for the morning and afternoon breaks. Please do not bring any food containing nuts into camp.
  • Footwear- ideally a pair of flip flops/sandals
  • Sun cream, sunglasses and sun hat. Please make sure children have applied sun cream in the morning before camp. Staff will remind children to re-apply cream throughout the day. In the absence of the child’s own sun cream, staff will have a small supply of Hypoallergenic SPF50 sun cream that children will be able to use, unless you request otherwise.
  • We recommend children wear comfortable clothing suitable for sports (not their best items) and a towel for brushing sand off. Please ensure the child is dressed for the weather, as this is an outdoor camp.
  • Any medical action plans, or additional pieces of information (please make us aware a minimum of 5 days beforehand via email).
  • Any essential medication for your child.
What not to bring
  • Nuts
  • Mobile phones or electronics
  • Valuables
Policies You can view all Deep Dish policies by clicking HERE
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to get in touch at​ We look forward to seeing you at Crystal Palace!