MoreLife run the UK’s only weight loss summer camp for children. The residential camp runs for 4 weeks during the school summer holidays. We take children from 8 – 17 years old.
We create a nurturing, safe and supportive environment where the main aim is for campers to enjoy themselves with their new-found friends. Campers are given the opportunity to lose weight in an effective way that will also build confidence.
Our Camp offers physical activity and games, lifestyle sessions, day trips and a varied evening entertainment programme. This winning combination has delivered success year after year. To date over 1,200 children have lost weight on a MoreLife Camp.
“Camp has helped me gain confidence and meet new people. It’s an amazing experience.“
At MoreLife, we know that being overweight as a child can affect confidence and self-esteem. A child who is struggling with their weight may often feel overwhelmed and out of control.
At Camp, we run unique educational and confidence-building sessions. This isn’t like school, but we do run workshop-style sessions to help children understand their weight and take ownership.
JOBS AT CAMP
We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team. This year our summer camp will run from Sunday 28th July to Sunday 25th August. To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly stating in the subject line which role you are applying for.
Responsible for ensuring the safe and effective delivery of the camp programme, considering all operational aspects.
Assistant Camp Director
Reporting to the Camp Director, you will be assist in the safe and effective running of the camp programme.
Head of Lifestyles Food and Monitoring
Responsible for the effective delivery of the lifestyle curriculum, all camp monitoring and the quality of the dietary provision on camp.
Head of Programmes
Reporting to the Camp Director, the Head of Programmes will be responsible for the safe and effective delivery of the camp curriculum and social programme.
Head of Groups
The primary role of the Head of Groups is to provide pastoral care for all campers and co-ordinate all general staff on campus, ensuring the safe and effective delivery of our summer camp programme.
Head of Uppers
The Head of Uppers will provide pastoral care to all campers and co-ordinate staff on campus, ensuring the safe and effective delivery of camp.
You will support delivery staff to ensure best practice delivery of all elements of the camp programme including delivery of physical activity, healthy eating, lifestyle and social sessions within the camp curriculum and pastoral care. Assist in the delivery of the sessions and organisation of the group leading to the provision of a fun, safe, play and educationally stimulating environment for all campers. Communicating with parents on camper’s behaviour and progress.
The Lifestyle Leader will run Lifestyle sessions in line with the camp curriculum and to assist in the organisation and delivery of all activities on camp leading to the provision of a safe play and educationally stimulating environment for all campers.
Physical Activity Leader
Reporting to the Group Leader, the Physical Activity Leader will run activity sessions in line with the camp curriculum and to assist in the organisation and delivery of all activities on camp, leading to the provision of a safe play and educationally stimulating environment for all campers.
The Camp Administrator will be responsible for the day to day running of the camp office.
Nutrition Dietetics Placement
Responsible to the Head of Lifestyles Food and Monitoring, you will support the efficient management and delivery of the lifestyles curriculum, dietary components and monitoring collation and recording.
You will be responsible for the safe and effective delivery of the activity or lifestyle programme at all times. You will assist sessions in line with the camp curriculum and to support the organisation and delivery of all activities on camp, leading to the provision of a safe play and educationally stimulating environment for all campers.