The Welsh international teamed up with his former Hednesford Town teammate Tyrell Simpson to launch the school in his home town of Tamworth.
The defender said: “I have been doing a lot of charity work in Swansea, but was keen to go back to Tamworth and do something worthwhile.
“We want kids to have fun in the sessions.
“It’s a chance for them to play all day in a safe environment, so parents don’t have to worry about their whereabouts.
“And they may learn a few things along the way because we will be giving out brochures that talk about the importance of eating healthily.”
The camp, which aims to “teach character through football” is open to both boys and girls.
And the Swan — who waited tables in the Tamworth Beefeater while playing non-league football — said he hoped the sessions might inspire youngsters.
He said: “If you apply yourself to something and are serious about it, whether it’s being a footballer, doctor or anything else, there’s nothing you can’t achieve.”