The following is a list of participant eligibility criteria for a child to attend the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camp. Please read carefully before registering your child for Cúl Camps.
Children who attend the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps must possess the following in order to participate:
- Are between the ages of 6-13
- They are predominantly independent (helping with tying shoes, toileting)
- They possess verbal communication skills appropriate within 2 years of their age
- They display behaviours that allow them to function in a group setting that does not affect other group members (no biting, kicking, displays of defiant behaviour, running away)
- They do not possess a medical problem that requires a nurse for constant supervision.
- Parents must disclose ALL necessary information that will allow us to provide a safe environment for the child’s week at Cúl Camps.
Athletes will be ineligible, and be sent home if they display the following:
- Runaway/fleeing behaviours
- Biting/scratching/hitting behaviours
- Medical needs that require constant nursing supervision or communicable diseases
- Defiant or conduct disorders
- Mobility limitations that prohibit them from ambulating 1/2 mile or inability to participate in the sport activities
- If you have any questions related to the above criteria, please contact us. If you know that your child is not eligible, please consider other camps.
- A doctor must complete a medical form, please make plans accordingly to ensure your child's spot.
WE, THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF AT KELLOGG’S GAA CÚL CAMPS, HAVE THE POWER TO SEND YOUR CHILD HOME IF THE CONDITIONS OF THE CAMP ELIGIBILITY ARE NOT MET.