Isobel attended Kings Camps as a Rookie for four years and flourished in her role. She was even given the specific role of ‘crowd control’, thanks to her ability to calm excitable groups of children when they needed to listen to instructions.
At the age of 18, when Isobel became too old to attend camp, it was a suggested she applied for a Work Placement role. After a rigorous interview process, Isobel was offered the position and joined the team this summer.
“Isobel has been an asset to the team at Harrogate this summer.” Says Nick Brushett, Operations Director for Kings Camps. “From her energy in games and activities, to supporting coaches in running a smooth camp, Isobel has excelled in her role. Her Outstanding Achievement Award recognises her hard-work and we can’t wait to welcome her back next year.”
Isobel says that being a Work Placement at Kings Camps has built her confidence, and helped her learn about kindness and helping children and coaches, “It’s helped me for my future and I love it there. I will be back next summer.”
She also volunteers as an assistant in Harrogate Hospital café, represents CraftAid International in Schools as an ambassador and assists at Act Academy.