With such a wide range of children’s activities available for your kids to choose from, it can be a challenge to juggle not only their schedules, but also the costs associated with each. To make life a little easier, we have researched some of the different activities (and their costs) for you.
Free of charge. Children must bring their own glove, but the coaching, a uniform and all other items are included. Contact the Cayman Islands Little League at email@example.com or call (345) 916 5643.
Coach Connor runs an ongoing cricket programme at King’s Sports Centre on Thursday nights for U10 (5.30pm 6.30pm) and U14 (6.30pm-7.30pm). The cost is CI$15 per session. Matches are held on Sundays. Call Coach Connor on (345) 922 3080 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crossfit Cayman offers teen classes for 12-16 year olds on a Mondays and Fridays from 3.45pm-4.30pm and ages 8-11 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.45pm-4.30pm. The cost is CI$15 per class or CI$125 for 10 classes. They are located Camana Bay. Email Tarasa on email@example.com.
7 Mile Strength & Fitness offers classes for 8-11 year olds on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.30pm-4.15pm and for 12-17 year olds Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4.15pm-5pm. They both cost CI$250 for 2x/week or CI$160 for 1x/week for the 8-10 week programme. Cannon Place, Industrial Park, Tel: (345) 925 1456 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dance lessons are offered in a variety of genres including
ballroom, contemporary, tap, jazz and include drama, theatre, singing, ballet fitness and more. Classes start at the age of two and go up to adult, plus there are classes just for boys. Visit Centre Pointe Dance Studio’s website for a full list of classes at www.centrepointedancestudio.com or call Miss Anita on (345) 926 5889.
Musicians Ltd. at (345) 525 6787 or email@example.com for more information on classes and fees. Centre Pointe Dance Studio offers instruction and LAMDA examinations in Musical Theatre, Acting, and Verse & Prose. Visit www.centrepointedancestudio.com or call Miss Anita on (345) 926 5889.
Group gymnastics classes at Motions Unlimited range from CI$230-$458 for one/two sessions a week per term, dependent upon age and skillset. Open Gym is CI$10 and Toddler Play Days are CI$15.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kenzie on (345) 749 8365.
Beginner semi-private lessons start from CI$25 for 30 mins. Group lessons start at approximately CI$50 per hour and a private lesson starts at CI$50 for 45 mins. Both Cayman Riding School (Tel: (345) 926 7669 or email: email@example.com) and The Equestrian Center (Tel: (345) 516 1751 or firstname.lastname@example.org) run very popular afterschool riding programmes for children from ages 5/6 up.
Learn to skate sessions cost CI$100 per term at Kings’ Sports
Centre and participation on a team varies from CI$200-
$350 per season. Visit www.kingssportscentre.com, email:
email@example.com or call (345) 946 5464 for more information.
Many different types of karate classes are offered in Cayman for children as young as four up to adults. Classes are run by the month and range from CI$75-CI$200 depending on the number of sessions you do a week. For Fight Fit classes, which incorporate Cardio Combat, Striking and Tricking, call (345) 917 1812 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Krav Maga training and other karate programmes are run by The Academy Grand Cayman, call (345) 323 9778 for details. For traditional karate lessons contact Cayman Associated School of Karate at (345) 925 3367, Purple Dragon Cayman Islands at (345) 946 1241.
The cost of lessons ranges anywhere from CI$35-CI$45 for a private one-to-one session or CI$180-CI$260 for group sessions per term. There are numerous places that offer lessons either in your home or in their music studio. The options include: Cayman Music School, visit www.caymanmusicschool.com, JukeBox, visit web: www.jukebox.ky; Musicians Ltd, Tel: (345) 525 6787 or email: email@example.com; Nicole Bodden, Tel: (345) 917 3753 and The Music Studio, visit www.musicstudiocayman.com. There is also the Cayman Youth Choir which is open for children aged 7-17 and they meet at John Gray High School on Mondays from 4.30pm-6pm. Check out their Facebook page: KYyouthchoir.
Cayman Golf Lab offers afterschool and weekend junior golf classes for 2-4 students each session and the cost is CI$120 per month for a total of four hours. They play fun and entertaining games to build up interest and a love for the sport. For the more advanced golfer, or teenager, they can use their world class knowledge and technology to help each student create a golf swing that is best for each individual. Tel: (345) 917 2444 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Maples Group Community Junior Rugby season runs from October to May. Programmes are available for U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U19. Annual Membership is CI$100.
The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands runs the PwC junior
tennis circuit and put on a series of tennis tournaments every year for children 18 and under. Email: email@example.com. For group or private tennis lessons contact the Cayman Islands Tennis Club on (345) 949 9464 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org; The Courts at the Ritz-Carlton, Tel: (345) 323 0049 or email: email@example.com and Cayman Tennis Academy on Tel: (345) 547 6257 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Group lessons can range from CI$20-CI$35 per individual per lesson, private lessons range from CI$65-CI$100 per hour.
The Sailing Club runs an after-school sailing programme for kids aged 6+. The cost is CI$415 for 30 hours of sailing instruction
(15 2-hour sessions each rotation). The club also hosts very popular day camps during school holidays and teenagers who are competent sailors and good with youngsters, can often find jobs interning as assistants and instructors at these camps. For more information visit www.sailing.ky or email: email@example.com.
Centre Pointe Dance Studio – (345) 926 9603 or firstname.lastname@example.org – and Cayman Music School – (345) 938 3838 or email@example.com – both offer private vocal training and singing lessons.
Call for details.
Football is taken very seriously on-Island and lessons start young. Various groups run excellent youth football development programmes with lessons once or twice a week and matches at the weekend. Excel Sports Management have UEFA qualified coaches on staff and they host a popular after school programme and camps in the holidays. Call (345) 925 4347 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Other clubs include Academy Sports Club (email: email@example.com) or Sunset Football Club (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Membership at the Black Pearl Skate Park ranges from CI$45 per month to CI$300 for a yearly membership. The drop-in rate is CI$7. Skateboards, scooters, table tennis and a wide assortment of other sports equipment are available for rent at the park, ranging from CI$4-CI$14 an hour. There are also now basketball courts. Visit www.blackpearl.ky.
Semi-private and private lessons range from CI$20-CI$45 for a half-hour session. Sky Blue Aquatics offers mobile swimming lessons for ages four months to adults. Call (345)
916 0054 or email: email@example.com. For a full listing of qualified swim teachers/schools and clubs please visit the Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association’s website: www.ciasa.ky.
There are several excellent yoga teachers on-Island specialising in kid’s yoga. Popular choices are Yoga Sprouts and Kula Kids. Group and semi-private lessons range from CI$180-CI$230 per term. Many private schools also offer yoga as an afterschool club. Visit www.yogasproutscayman.com or www.kulakidsyogacayman.com.
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