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RAINBOW PROJECT AGENCY by Camp Cooper is proud to offer a Scottish immersion summer camp program for juniors.

Campers create a personalized summer program designed to suit their interests. We offer exceptional tuition in tennis, dance, journalism, cooking, art, music, film-making, outdoor adventure, performing arts, football and sports.

We actively encourage campers to develop life skills and focus on forming friendships, inspiring creativity and having fun.

We have two fantastic locations; Camp Cooper in Crieff and Camp Cooper in Edinburgh – both in bonnie Scotland! One and two week sessions available!


Sending your child to our Camps  is sending your child to a place where we will look after them and care for them as if they were our own. Your child won’t just be a number at Camp Cooper, we only have 110 campers at any one point and we ensure everyone feels part of the Camp environment. Our staff will look out for what makes your child special – it might be their kindness, it might be that they put others needs in front of their needs, it might be that they work hard to be a great football player, it might be that they make their bed every day without being asked – no matter what your child does, our staff will look out for what makes your child special and will tell them.


Outdoor Adventure

The ultimate outdoor challenge, designed to develop leadership & teamwork. Campers will face challenges such as archery, high ropes, fire building & raft building.


Our tennis elective is for beginners to advanced players. Our tennis coach will ensure campers achieve their personal goals and become better players.Beginners will learn to develop their basic tennis strokes whilst advance players will refine their skills and use their strengths for competitive advantage.


Campers will be given the freedom to express their journalistic talents in creating a topical and creative newspaper for the rest of Camp and family & friends to enjoy. Campers will get the opportunity to project-manage and write articles for the Camp Cooper newspaper. 


For all aspiring musicians out there! Rockstar gives campers the chance to develop their music skills by working closely with our rockstar counsellors.

Campers taking the rockstar elective will be put into a band where you will develop skills as well as work towards playing in front of the entire Camp at the end of the week! 

For ages 10-17


Campers will learn the fundamental elements of film-making. It will be an elective bristling with creativity and expression!

We use Canon D700 Cameras and iMacs as our main equipment.


Campers will be given individual and group tuition to develop personal skills in a variety of sports. Camp Cooper has sports fields,  pitches, a swimming pool and sports halls. Our Sport’s specialists are experienced in both British and international sports, making the sports elective ideal for the sports enthusiast.


From bracelet making to tie-dye, cartoon illustration to murals, oil painting to creating cardboard forts – there are a wide range of skills to develop in Art. Whether campers have a passion for traditional art or want to try a crazy craft project; our art elective introduces campers to new art mediums and develops their potential through creative expression.

Performing Arts

Performing arts is perfect for the budding performer. We combine workshops on different theatre skills and work as a group to devise a unique performance for the whole Camp.

At Camp Cooper Crieff – Performing Arts is a two-week elective (18 hours over the 2-weeks)

At Camp Cooper Edinburgh – Performing Arts is a one-week elective (8-10 hours per week)

English Language

Our English language lessons provide daily instruction from specialist English teachers. Our structured classes are designed to practice camper’s core skills including grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing and listening skills with an emphasis on improving camper’s confidence in spoken English.


The football elective is focused on refining player’s technical ability – through individual coaching and group activities. The elective will be fast-paced and will encourage players to develop their skills and confidence. 

Creative Superstar

Creative Superstar is a chance to try everything creative from crafts to baking, t-shirt design to comic books & everything in between.


From traditional styles of dance to hip hop, our classes are for beginners and the advanced. Campers are encouraged to work together to form their own dance routines, enabling leadership and creativity.


Vikings & Celts

Campers and staff are placed into one of two teams, the Vikings or Celts – a team they are in for life. The teams spend their day competing against each other to try and gain victory.

Activities include:

  • Dodgeball competition
  • Gaga ball competition
  • Tug of war
  • Capture the flag
  • Round the Camp relay

Vikings & Celts happens twice over the summer for 2022: Session 1 & Session 3 and Week 2 & Week 4


Girl’s Accommodation

The girl campers stay in one of two boarding houses – each is modern, warm, spacious and sociable. Campers stay in a cabin group of between 6-10 campers who are of similar age and a mix of nationalities.

Campers can request to share a cabin with a friend, as long as they are of similar age. 

Boy’s Accommodation

The boy’s accommodation is in the main building of Camp. Campers stay in cabin groups of 8-10 campers who are of similar ages of mixed nationalities.

Campers can request to share a cabin with a friend, as long as they are of similar age.


The safeguarding of children and teenagers is of paramount concern to the International Summer Camp UK. We take the responsibility of looking after children extremely seriously. Above fun, friendship and everything else great that we do at Camp, safety and safeguarding is of the highest importance. We run a full safeguarding training session during our staff orientation week. We talk through our safeguarding policies and procedures and make sure everyone is clear on them.

We have over 20 years experience running summer camps and we fully appreciate and understand that being away from home can be a daunting experience. We ensure that every child is welcomed to a positive and friendly environment. 

Every child and teen at Camp is treated as an individual – every worry, concern and problem is listened to by their own counsellors. We make a concerted effort to look out for campers who are struggling to adjust and give them extra attention and advice to help.

Our staff will be excitedly waiting camper’s arrival at Edinburgh Airport and bring them right to Camp. On arrival day, we have staff stationed at the International Arrivals terminal throughout the day. Our staff will have information on every camper arriving on each flight and we will know which campers should be coming through the gate and at what time. Our staff will be wearing bright Camp Cooper t-shirts and have banners which means that we can’t be missed. We will let parents know that their child has arrived safely at Camp. We will accompany all of our campers through check-in and to airport security to make sure they are safely on their way home.

Visa Information

For non-European campers, RAINBOW PROJECT AGENCY by Camp Cooper is an accredited organization that is able to offer visa support letters. Once you have registered your child for Camp, we will mail you a letter that will have all the necessary details of your child’s stay at Camp that is needed for the visa.

  • Please note that the visa letter will be sent via recorded delivery. The cost of this to the camper family is approximately £70
  • In order to ensure the visa is processed in time for Camp, we highly recommend registering as early as possible.



If you have questions, doubts, curiosity, or even suggestions, comments, greetings, write or call us. With us, it’s never too late to leave, we can organise your trip in just a couple of days, suitcase included!

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