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5 Misconceptions about Virtual Camp

June 18, 2020

Here at Royal City Soccer Club, because the coronavirus pandemic has forced us to cancel our in-person summer camps this year, we’ve created an amazing new virtual camp for boys and girls aged 7 to 13.  But not everyone is convinced that Virtual Camps are for them, so we wanted to clear up a few… Read more »

Why Virtual Camps are becoming cool…

June 8, 2020

With the current COVID-19 pandemic, online learning has become the new norm for schooling, social interaction, and now camps.  Virtual learning allows kids to interact and maintain some degree of normalcy during this difficult time. Virtual Camps are becoming the cool new way to learn, interact with friends and get your daily exercise. Here are… Read more »

Coping during quarantine

April 9, 2020

With schools coming to an end, and most of the country sheltering in place, many youth are now finding themselves with a surplus of extra time on their hands. While video games and sleeping in until noon can be a welcome break for a few days, it’s easy to begin going stir crazy. The most… Read more »

Isolation tips for kids

March 31, 2020

Self isolation and social distancing can be a difficult challenge for anyone. Children, however, are especially impacted. Due to the current covid-19 pandemic, social distancing and isolation have become the new norm among households across the country. This can be scary for kids, especially when daily routines and schedules are affected. Explaining the current situation… Read more »

The importance of having girls in sports

March 10, 2020

Being involved in sports and physical activity has multiple far reaching effects that children can carry into adulthood. Sports play a massive role in female development while also providing valuable skills to help girls become more successful in all facets of life. In honour of National Women’s Day, we want to highlight the super girls… Read more »

Being an effective leader

March 10, 2020

Being an effective leader means a lot more than just supervising children. The responsibility of a leader means being a positive role model and a trusted influence. This involves the ability to communicate with children, enforce positive behaviour, and provide a safe learning environment. With all of these qualities in mind, how can we become… Read more »

How to ace that summer job interview

February 7, 2020

Winter is in full swing and the snow is falling, the temperatures are dropping.  This is the time most students are thinking about summer jobs.  Time to ace that interview.  Here at Royal City Soccer Club, we interview over 500 candidates for summer jobs so know just what that ‘aced’ interview looks like. Dress to… Read more »

What to do on Family Day?

February 7, 2020

When most people think of special days in February, Valentine’s Day is the one that comes up the most often.  But the day most people forget is Family Day. Trying to keep your children busy can be challenging on any day let alone in the middle of winter when most businesses are closed, but we’re… Read more »

Best Way to Prepare for a Summer Job

January 17, 2020

Yes, it’s January but right about now you’re probably thinking ‘what’s my summer gonna look like?’. What kind of summer job am I going to have?  The summer is full of opportunity but is the planner that often gets the best job.  Here are a few insights on the best way to prepare for a… Read more »

What Makes a Good Camp?

January 17, 2020

The snow is falling, the temperature is dropping. Winter is in full swing but at least the days are getting longer. Yes, time to plan out your summer! Summer camps are a great way to get your kids out of the house and away from the screen during the break. Parent’s want to find the… Read more »