Birthday Parties

Star Hotshots Parties

We offer active and creative parties for children aged 5 +

What sports does your child love? Who’s their favourite sports star? Who’s their favourite artist? What’s their favourite food? What motivates and inspires them? Our team will work with you to design a party tailored to your child’s favourite things.

Party Staff

Our enthusiastic, experienced team of DBS-checked teachers work in local primary and secondary schools. This is what sets us apart from other party providers.

Their experience, knowledge and enthusiasm ensure a positive party environment for the children to have fun and try new skills and activities.

Venues and facilities

We run parties in leisure centres, schools, community halls, public parks, and customer’s gardens. Having run parties in the area for 16 years we can also help you source a suitable venue.

Active Party Packages

Superstar Party

Fun-packed thrilling sports activities, our Superstar party is perfect for energetic sports fans! Lots of sports activities incorporated into fun games making each and everyone feel like a superstar!

Superhero Party

Your superhero’s can complete our ‘Superhero Training Academy’ by donning their mask and cape and taking part in several missions to ‘Save the World’ and ‘Zap the Villains’. A sports party with a twist!

Nerf Party

Strategic fun and games as children don safety goggles and challenge each other in fun battles. We provide all the equipment to make the party look amazing.

World Cup Party

For football crazy children! Football fun games, matches, penalty shoot outs …plenty of football and plenty of fun!

Olympics Party

A sports day style party with fun sports games to get children running, jumping and throwing. A mix of fun team games and individual games to keep the children active and on their toes!

Musical Mayhem Party

Children shake and move to musical fun and games.

Ninja Party

Our martial arts expert trains the children to perform ‘ninja’ moves with their hands and feet, using pads, balls, foams swords and balloons. A fun, energetic party whilst learning a new discipline!

Active Party Costs

90-minute party     £155.00

120-minute party     £165.00

  • Highly qualified coach
  • Party invitations
  • 24 party bags (drawstring sports bag and water bottle)
  • One free day at our active holiday camp for the birthday child

Our Public Liability Insurance is a ratio of 1 coach for 24 children. If the number of children exceeds 24 an additional coach will be required.

Creative Party Packages

Cookery Party

Do you have a budding MasterChef or a Great British Bake-off fan? Children can have a fun experience baking, blending, dicing, kneading, whisking and best of all tasting a variety of tasty treats they prepare. Ingredients and utensils provided. Food allergies catered for.

Art & Craft Party

Children are provided with a variety of materials to create their masterpieces. Choose 2 art and craft projects from activities such as woven art, life size portraits, Monet art, mirror art and salt art. All equipment and materials provided.

Science Party

Dressed in lab coats and glasses our junior professors formulate science experiments with a variety of materials to create erupting volcanoes, jolly jet balloons and rainbow rain!

Creative Party Costs

120-minute party     £245.00

  • 1 qualified art, cookery or science teacher and an assistant
  • Party invitations
  • 16 party bags (drawstring bag and personalised apron)
  • One free day at our creative holiday camp for the birthday child

Our Public Liability Insurance is a ratio of 2 staff for 16 children. If the number of children exceeds 16 an additional member of staff will be required

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    October Half Term Bookings Close 11pm on Wednesday 22nd October 

    Early booking by 25th Sept

    Weekly bookings

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    • Early booking by 25th Sept

    Per week

    • between 26th Sept – 15th October

    Day bookings

    Per day

    • Early booking by 25th Sept

    Per day

    • between 26th Sept – 15th October

    Per day

    • between 15th – 21st October

    Half Day bookings

    8am – 1pm or 1pm – 6pm

    Per half day


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    Special Events

    New sports, new skills

    Our campers love our range of special events throughout the year…


    We like to  visit a cheerleading group to visit our St Piran’s camp, complete with pom poms!

    In 2017, we enlisted the Mana squad, which is made up of 30 elite professional female dancers and gymnasts aged between 18 and 35, who sent two members of their team down to entertain our younger campers. The Mana team is the only dance group of any kind to have performed at all of the most iconic stadiums in the UK including: Twickenham, Wembley and London Olympic Stadium… and now Star Hotshots! This year, we’ll be inviting a local group to come and entertain the campers!

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    GWTF paddleboarding


    We like to get out on the water when the weather suits this year. Selected venues and dates – check our Facebook and Instagram for updates. 

    The equipment and coaching expertise is provided by Go With The Flo, a local tuition company who train people of all ages on the river. Taking groups of up to six at a time, the aim is to have all children standing, turning and going with the flow! GWTF provide inflatable boards, paddles and wetsuits if requested. Sessions are weather dependant.

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    Martial arts

    Our martial arts sessions have been extremely popular. Ross Whitby is founder of the Martial Arts School and his wealth of experience enables him to offer high quality martial arts training to all ages and levels at our camps.

    Ross started training in Kung Fu at the age of 12, so knows full well the influence it can have when practiced as a child. He began teaching others at the age of 16 and initially studied Kickboxing, Taekwondo and wrestling before learning both Japanese and Chinese Martial Arts to Instructor level.

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    Fore! Our campers at Moulsford loved getting in the swing of things thanks to the pros from Goring & Streatley Golf Club

    Normally used to one-to-one coaching at Goring & Streatley Golf Club itself, the team come armed with plenty of golf clubs, tees and balls as they look to get our campers chipping the ball and learning a range of skills that may one down come in handy from tee to green. Could your child be the next Rory McIlroy?!

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    Street Dance

    If your child wants to have fun learning street dance, then they’re in good hands!

    Street Feet Dance is run by Cerys Vaughan, a dance confidence coach with oodles of experience and qualifications in primary education, she is an expert in dance education for children. Cerys and her team enable Star Hotshots campers to learn dance in a safe and friendly environment without the pressures of having to take part in shows, exams or competitions.

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    Circus Scene

    Our circus skills workshops, provided by Circus Scene, have proved great fun for all ages. Suitable for children aged 6 upwards, they enable our campers to have a go, have fun, and learn something new in an informal setting.

    Activities can include juggling (from scarves to beanbags and clubs), plate spinning, soft diabolos (safety tested and suitable for children), dancing styx, ribbon sticks, pedal go’s, stilts, unicycles and more! The circus workshops can be held indoors or out, but safety is a priority, with equipment used suitable for the groups involved.

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    Stephanie Cook – 2016 GB National Rollerski Champion and GB Rollerski Series Women’s Champion – brings her rollerskiing sessions to both camps this year.

    Rollerskiing is the non-snow version of cross country skiing and helps to improve fitness, balance and coordination. Stephanie has been Rollerskiing/cross country skiing for almost 15 years. She used to train with the Finnish Junior National Coach alongside juniors who have since won Olympic medals.

    The rollerskiing sessions are aimed at children aged 9+, and children will need to bring their own helmet.

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      Our activities are camp dependent but children can choose from a huge variety every day.
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        Star Hotshots camps are open every school holiday from Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays and Christmas).

        Star Hotshots camps are open from 8am to 6pm every day. Registration is between 8am – 9.30am in the morning and collection is between 4.30pm – 6pm.

        A half day is 8am – 1pm or 1pm – 6pm. Lunch is at 12.30pm every day and children are welcome to join us for lunch if this is easier for parents.

        Star Hotshots employ qualified teachers, trainee teachers, qualified sports coaches and students. You can view our staff profiles here.

        Safety and child welfare are paramount to Star Hotshots and so we do ask that you please abide by our strict registration policy.

        When make a booking you will be asked to nominate designated people to collect your child and to select a password.

        The nominated person dropping off your child must sign the child in at the registration desk each morning and confirm the person who will be collecting their child in the afternoon/evening.

        The nominated person collecting your child must sign out the child at the registration desk and enter the password on our online booking system.

        Every day, Star Hotshots offer a variety of activities with choice and flexibility being the key ingredients to an enjoyable day.

        Swimming is available every day. Activities are age related and provide children with an opportunity to be active, develop their skills and try new activities.

        All activities are subject to availability and of course the weather. A typical day would look like:

        8.00am – 9.30am Supervised free play
        9.30am – 10.30am Session one
        10.30am – 10.50am Drink and snack break
        10.50am – 11.40am Session two
        11.40am – 12.30pm Session three
        12.30pm – 13.15pm Lunch
        13.15pm – 14.15pm Session four
        14.15pm – 15.15pm Session five
        15.15pm – 15.30pm Drink and snack break
        15.30pm – 16.30pm Session six
        16.30pm – 18.00pm Supervised free play

        Hot Meals are only available at The Piggott School and St Piran’s camps.

        Children should bring a packed lunch (hot meals are available at the St Pirans & Piggott camp), some snacks and a water bottle. In warm weather, please include an ice pack in the lunch box as refrigeration facilities are not available.

        Children should wear suitable clothing to participate in physical activities. Trainers are essential and we would encourage parents to put their child’s name in each piece of clothing in case it gets misplaced.
        Please bring a swimming costume, towel and goggles every day at our St Pirans and Moulsford Camps.

        We are not allowed to administer sun cream to your child without the parent’s permission so please bring sun cream and a hat for protection. The staff will regularly remind the children to put sun cream on.

        Star Hotshots provide all the equipment for every activity and there is no need for children to bring their own. Some children do bring their own tennis racket etc but Star Hotshots cannot be held responsible if it goes missing or is broken, sorry.

        If children need to bring mobile phones or any other valuables with them to camp they should hand them in at the beginning of the day to their coach where it will be locked away.

        If you inform Star Hotshots up to five days before your child’s first day at camp that they are unable to attend a full refund is provided. If your child is unable to attend on the day due to injury or illness Star Hotshots offer you a credit note.

        Please complete the online booking form and pay online or return with your payment to Star Hotshots, PO Box 4219, Ascot, SL5 5BA.

        Please click here to view dates and prices.

        Yes. Star Hotshots are registered with numerous childcare voucher companies, see list below. If we are not registered with your provider, please inform us and we will register with them.

        1. Computershare: 0008041085
        2. Edenred: P20225342
        3. Sodexo: 155862
        4. Kiddivouchers: 26398
        5. Kidsunlimited: 00483030
        6. Care4: 98032436
        7. Apple Childcare: CA00003370
        8. Faircare: 08006524745
        9. Fidelity:  08002888727
        10. Busybees: 014139
        11. Employers for Childrens Vouchers: 08000283008
        12. Enjoy Benefits: Use postcode SL5 5BA to link to account
        13. Childcare Plus (St Pirans only): 18388
        14. Co op: 85012421

        Yes we are. The reference number for each camp is:

        St Piran’s School – EY438972

        Sonning C of E – EY2529646

        Moulsford Prep School – EY2519932

        Piggott School Wargrave – EY2519735

        Yes. Star Hotshots adhere to OFSTED child/staff ratio numbers and therefore have staff in reserve should we receive a number of late bookings. However, we do request you book as early as possible to avoid disappointment as we cannot 100% guarantee we are able to accept your child if you decide to turn up on the day.

        Please call us on 0845 301 0450 or contact us and we would be very happy to answer any of your questions.

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          Venues, Dates & Timetables

          Berkshire Camps

          The Piggott School

          The Piggott School is a Church of England academy secondary school in Wargrave with sport at its core. It has sports clubs for football for boys and for girls, dodgeball, rowing, badminton, cross country, rugby, netball, athletics, table tennis, dance, cricket, trampolining and fitness. We will be based in the Sixth Form Centre for pre and post-activities, and lunch. Children will have access to table tennis, air hockey, pool and more.

          CHRISTMAS CAMP | DECEMBER 21st – 23rd


          • 3G astro pitch
          • Extensive playing fields
          • Sports hall
          • Gymnasium
          • Sixth form centre for pre and post activities

          Contact details

          The Piggott School, Twyford Road, Wargrave, Reading, Berkshire, RG10 8DS

          0118 940 2357


          St Piran’s School

          St. Piran’s is an independent co-educational day school in Maidenhead. Building on 200 years of tradition and the ethos of a family, Christian school, they provide an excellent school education for children from ‘rising 3’ to 11 years of age.

          It is a school with sport and excellent sporting facilities at its heart. Fixtures are an essential part of their sports department, and it is their aim to get every boy and girl to play in at least one competitive fixture per term.



          • Sports hall
          • Tennis courts
          • Indoor swimming pool
          • Dance studio
          • Playing fields

          Contact details

          Gringer Hill, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 7LZ

          01628 594 300

          Buckinghamshire Camps

          Sir William Borlase

          A state-funded school in the centre of Marlow, Borlase is recognised for excellent academic learning and outstanding extra and super-curricular programme.

          At Borlase, they embrace education in its broadest sense offering a rich curriculum and encouraging excellence in sports, in music, dance and the arts, in engineering and scientific innovation and in political and philosophical thinking and discussion. Borlasians are encouraged to be busy, to participate in life to the full, to seize opportunities and to create opportunities for others.

          Dates Camp Running (Monday – Friday excluding bank holidays)

          Active & Creative Camps



          • Sports Hall
          • Gymnasium
          • Playing Fields

          Contact details

          Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School, West Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 2BR

          01628 816500

          Oxfordshire Camps

          Rupert House

          Rupert House offers a modern education built upon traditional values – academic strength, care and courtesy towards others – together with an expansive programme of sports, performing arts and extra-curricular activities.  Their focus is upon helping each and every child to find and celebrate their strengths and build their confidence in preparation for life in the outside world.  Small class sizes enable us to give all children the attention they deserve.

          Rupert House is non selective and open to all parents seeking independent primary education for their children.  Their academic record is outstanding and fully prepares children for a wide range of secondary schools.  Whilst many pupils gain scholarships to leading independent schools, they are equally diligent in preparing children for entry into local grammar and state schools.

          CHRISTMAS CAMP | DECEMBER 21st – 23rd


          • Tennis courts
          • Gym
          • All weather sports pitch
          • Playing fields
          • Netball courts
          • Running track
          • Woodland area

          Contact details

          Rupert House School, Henley, Oxfordshire, RG9 2BN

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            Young Leader Award

            The Young Leader Award is six-hour programme, which allows young people to lead teams of younger children with confidence and maturity.

            It is a fun, practical and motivating way to teach leadership skills. And the best bit? It doesn’t cost you anything beyond the fee you pay already!

            We use a range of games and activities, and follow the well-known STEP principle. STEP teaches young leaders how to make effective decisions about the Space, Task, Equipment and organisation of People.

            There is also the opportunity for children to work on our Activity Holiday Camps for a day to develop their leadership skills in a practical setting.

            Let them take the first step towards becoming a good leader in future situations.

            The Young Leader Award is for children aged 11 and over, and delivered by Harvey Grout. Harvey is the founder of Star Hotshots and trains Reading University students on the primary and secondary degree courses on how to deliver Physical Education in schools.

            Aspiring young leaders will learn:

            • Leadership skills
            • Decision making
            • Organisational ability
            • Transferrable skills

            Next Young Leader Award

            St Piran’s School, Maidenhead

            Wednesday 8th April 2020

            Piggott School, Wargrave

            Wednesday 15th April 2020

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                Holiday Camps

                Fun, safe... flourish!

                Are you looking for a well-designed choice of sports and creative activities and a reliable and professional environment for your children during the school holidays? Star Hotshots holiday camps are fun, energetic, creative and challenging enough to develop every child’s skills without overwhelming the less confident ones. We provide an amazing set of activities you children can enjoy with friends in an open and safe environment.

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                5 Year Olds

                Energy, development and positivity

                At 5 years old, children are full of curiosity and energy! Our active and creative camps are the perfect mix for those that want to either burn off energy with games and challenges or get creative and develop their fine motor skills. We give plenty of positive feedback as the children take part and there’s a real sense of excitement and motivation is high.

                Whether your child loves to run, draw, swim, cook, play team sports or ball games, there’s something they’ll love. They’re likely to try some things for the first time, and will probably leave with a new-found love for a sport or activity!

                • Push boundaries
                • Improve fundamental skills
                • Have fun
                • Being active
                • Creativity

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                6 – 7 Year Olds

                Time to stretch their wings!

                At 6 and 7 years old, your child can try new activities or work on sports and skills they already enjoy. Some personalities are better suited to individual sports, so we give them time to develop their skills and confidence alongside goal setting and strength. For others, team games can teach children how to work together, share, and form team structures.

                If your child is drawn to creative activities such as art, cookery, drama, they will be able to express themselves and use our creative sessions to develop balance, creativity, imagination and flexibility.

                • Self-confidence
                • Independence
                • New skills
                • Imagination

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                8 – 10 Year Olds

                Independence, choice… fun!

                At 8, 9 and 10 years old your child will probably be keen to flex their independence. Personal choice is very important at this age and we give children every opportunity to use choice, decision making and personal responsibility through sport and creative activity. We respect the fact that it is their holiday while maintaining a safe environment and providing them with supervision and security.

                PGA Golf Pro Ben O’Dell and GB American Footballer Peter Cleaver plus other professionals visit camp and run sessions to offer advice to the children and help develop their skills further.

                • Decision-making
                • Leadership
                • Progress
                • Achievement

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                11 – 14 Year Olds

                Freedom in a challenging and stimulating environment

                We respect that children at this age don’t want to be treated as kids, and we respect the concerns of parents and guardians who continue to want a safe and structured environment.

                Your children will be treated like teens and given the right balance of freedom and boundaries. They will still follow a timetable of activities and there are also opportunities to go off site to participate in new activities. There is also an opportunity to get involved in the Young Leader Award, a free and fun way to learn new life skills.

                • Improve talent whilst maintaining a balanced outlook
                • Develop and excel at their favourite sport
                • Explore their competitive nature whilst learning good sportsmanship
                • Be given a personal plan for the future to maintain development

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                Five-star quality childcare

                We are really proud of the reputation we have developed over the last 18 years plus. We have very high standards, and we do all we can to offer children a positive environment for them to enjoy playing sport and learning new skills amongst their friends.

                Ultimately, our holiday camps are an enjoyable way for your child to be active, creative, play games and be with their friends during the school holidays. Our enthusiastic coaches use their experience to develop sports skills, as well as physical, social and creative skills, through games, activities and challenges, while also enabling children to learn new skills.

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