ESM Camps’ reputation for high-quality childcare is the result of the professionalism and hard work of all staff. We place the safeguarding and safety of all children as our priority, and therefore follow a strict recruitment policy with relevant experience in childcare to ensure your child’s wellbeing.
Recruitment decisions are made following an extensive application, interview, training and vetting process. Pediatric First Aid is essential for Camp Managers and staff.
All Full-Time employees have to complete safeguarding training which is refreshed at least every two years. All Seasonal staff are subject to yearly safeguarding training where they will be instructed to complete online courses as well as face to face training days leading up to camps.
ESM Holiday Camps are operating under all the guidelines currently issued by our governing body, the Dubai Sports Council, and following advice of the Dubai Health Authority.
Mandatory contactless thermal daily for anyone (parents, campers, staff) who enters the camp venues and for campers throughout the day.
All staff, coaches, campers and parents must enter the camp venues wearing a proper mask.
Mandatory and frequent hand sanitization will be carried out for all staff and children.
Social distancing of at least 2 meters will be enforced at all times for campers, staff and parents.
Camp will operate at reduced capacity for each camp activities ensuring more room and more fun for each child.
All campers and staff have to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds before and after each session and before lunch.
We will have a Dubai Health Authority onsite at all times at all camp venues.
Increased and rigorous sanitization of all equipment between each activity sessions.
All camp venues will have a site Hygiene Champion dedicated to implemented all government and authority guidelines.
Parents are only allowed at the registration area and must leave the venue once their child’s registration is completed
No sharing of food and equipment will be allowed among campers.
Only online bookings and payments are accepted.
Dedicated isolation area identified if someone suddenly feels unwell.
We have revised the activities that campers will participate in at camps.
For example, we are not having swim sessions during this period to limit contacts between campers and staff. Assistance is usually needed for younger children when it comes to changing before and after the session.