HEALTH, SAFETY & POLICIES
The safety and health of campers is the absolute priority at Camp KidsTown. We monitor every aspect of our programs to ensure the highest standard of safety and care.
- Bullying Prevention Policy
- Nut Policy
- Accessibility Policy
- Inclusion Policy
- Anaphylactic Protocol
- Anaphylactic Consent Form
Our staff are devoted to creating memories to last a lifetime! With our well-trained, dedicated and spirited team of counsellors, we are committed to giving your child the ultimate camp experience. We strive to develop and enhance our staff’s skills to ensure that your child’s camp experience is positive and rewarding. Extensive staff training is conducted prior the beginning of camp to ensure that our camp counsellors are well equipped for the daily tasks and challenges in a camp environment. All staff are certified in standard First Aid and CPR.
We are an official SUN AWARE Certified Camp Program. The SUN AWARE program was created by the Melanoma Network of Canada.
As SUN AWARE certified camp, we follow a program designed to promote sun safety with all campers and staff members. Our staff team receives training on sun safety prior to the Summer.
We are aware of the dangers of over-exposure to the sun and strive to take reasonable precautions to prevent adverse effects of the sun and UV rays. Campers spend time outside each day, so please help us by packing a hat with a brim and and sending sunscreen for your child and a water bottle with your child’s name on it.
CODE OF CONDUCT
The safety of each individual in the program is of the utmost importance to CKT. Each registrant must recognize a personal responsibility to learn and follow at all times the safety and other rules established by CKT staff.
It is our commitment to provide a rich and wonderful camping experience for all campers. To assist us in offering the best camp experience we possibly can, please review our camper code of conduct (found in our parent handbook).