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juicy0 Tue 18-Jun-19 12:13:20

My DS and I are struggling at the moment. He's 14, sporty, intelligent, popular and everyone else thinks he's wonderful but he hates me right now. Everything I say seems to make him angry so I've withdrawn a bit and honestly I have no idea how to try and repair our relationship.
I spoke to him this morning and we both think a week away for him might be a good idea, perhaps at a cricket camp or other residential camp.

If anyone has any recommendations I'd be grateful if you could share them.

Thanks in advance

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youngestisapsycho Tue 18-Jun-19 12:16:53

You could look at a PGL camp? It's not cheap but they do offers for first timers.

youngestisapsycho Tue 18-Jun-19 12:18:07

My DD13 went last summer for a week. She loved it. They are so busy everyday doing activities... she did go with a friend tho.

youngestisapsycho Tue 18-Jun-19 12:18:27

She is going back this summer too!

juicy0 Tue 18-Jun-19 21:21:18

Thank you

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yummypancakes Mon 24-Jun-19 22:11:41

If he is interested in Engineering, have you heard of Smallpeice Trust, they run courses at various unis for years 8-12. My year 8 had a great time, will probably go on another next year. Great to get them thinking about uni, meet new people etc

CherryPavlova Mon 24-Jun-19 22:13:32

If you can afford it, Camp Suisse is excellent.
Most local sports clubs run summer camps or try a residential watersports camp.

juicy0 Mon 24-Jun-19 22:57:54

I've never heard of them @yummypancakes but will do some research. Thanks you.

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