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We are excited to present the inaugural week of our girls-only soccer camp, ‘GOing Places’, for the first time in the history of West Rouge Soccer Club!
There is only one week of this camp, and it is taking place at Adams Park, from July 4th-8th 2022.
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GOing places endeavors to address these gaps and provides an equitable, safe and fun opportunity to get girls (ages 4-12) back to their pre-pandemic sport participation levels or get girls playing the game for the first time. As a girls-only offering, GOing Places is grounded in a gender-equity approach and is a tailored opportunity for girls to gain confidence and competence in social and physical activity settings.
GOing Places’ primary focus is creating a safe and supportive environment for girls to enhance their physical literacy, have fun and develop friendships through participation in various physical and non-sport-based activities. Across the week, campers will engage with a wide-range of tailored offerings to explore and enjoy, including opportunities for:
As a camp developed and delivered by girls, for girls, our philosophy is to create and hold space for girls to engage with and share in positive sport experiences alongside their peers, in order to inspire their confidence and drive for sustained engagement across the spectrum of existing and emerging opportunities for their current and future sport involvement.
The GIRLS are GOing places … Can’t wait to see you there!
GOing Places (Half-Day) runs from Monday – Friday (week of July 4-8) and is geared towards four (born 2018) to six (born 2016) year-olds. Sessions are from 8:30am to 11:30am.
Half-Day Camp Fees
GOing Places (Full-Day) runs from Monday – Friday (week of July 4-8) and is geared towards seven (born 2015) to twelve (born 2010) year-olds. Sessions are from 8:30am to 4:00pm.
Full-Day Camp Fees
Anika is a long-time member of WRSC and an advocate for safe sport and gender equity. After a lengthy competitive career as a youth soccer athlete, she has continued her involvement and work in the soccer community as both a youth coach and recently elected Director-At-Large. Anika is passionate about creating and holding tailored spaces for youth to stay active for life, however, as the only woman on our Board of Directors, her efforts are primarily in pursuit of increasing the amount of quality opportunities available for the advancement of girls and women, particularly those from equity-deserving groups, in and through sport.
With the support of club members, she is proud to present GO-ing Places – our first girls-only soccer camp, and is excited to continue working on the development of future girls-only opportunities for the future. She holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology and has recently completed a Master of Science degree with a research focus in athlete safeguarding, both granted by the University of Toronto, Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education. These experiences have informed her philosophy for sports leadership, being that shared responsibility for the promotion athletes’ holistic health and well-being, and values for inclusion, accessibility and human rights, is needed to ensure safe sport experiences for all.
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