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May Half Term Holiday Clubs 2024

Are you ever caught out by how quickly half term comes around?

If you’re anything like us, the kids will have just about settled back into the routine of school life before there’s another break. However, learning is tough on those little minds, so it’s important to shake it out during the holidays to allow some well-earned down time.

That doesn’t make it any easier on hard-working parents! With the long summer holidays ahead, it’s worth making life a little easier (and fun!) in the short term by taking advantage of our creative and fun-packed half term camps.

This May we have something for everyone

Children can benefit from a variety of activities during our spring half term camps, and with the weather improving we can’t wait to get outside and explore. We focus on activities that are fun, active, and challenging to help your child gain a wide range of new experiences.

The variety of our activities makes us truly special. So how does it work?

We group the children by age range so that they play with those that have similar abilities, and help guide them according to their development and cognition. It’s about setting the right level of challenge so that they have a sense of achievement, and progress their own skills. Our holiday clubs work so well because we take the time to nurture each child’s development and celebrate achievements. Each camp has a unique theme which brings families back to us again and again because there’s always something new to try. And this spring is no exception…

This May Half Term our theme is FUTURISTIC!

As the weather improves we’ll be able to spend more time outdoors. So if you’re planning on joining one of our May half term holiday clubs please bring a hat and some suncream. And a raincoat to keep the clouds away!

How do children benefit from holiday camps?

We’ll spend time indoors and outdoors throughout the day, with activities that are designed to help benefit your child’s development in a way that’s different to school. We’ve highlighted just a few of our regular activities below.

Playing sports – Sports and games help children’s physical development through improved balance and coordination, agility, and space perception. Children play at their own level and work together to help develop communication skills and teamwork.

Performance – GO GO Makers children love to perform! Each of our camps will include an opportunity to share the experience of song, dance, or theatre to help build confidence, self-esteem and encourage creativity. The possibilities are endless when you use your imagination!

Arts and Crafts – We love getting creative at our camps, because children enjoy taking home what they’ve made to show off to their families. We offer seasonally inspired makes, often working with a variety of craft materials including recycled items or natural materials. This benefits children by connecting arts and crafts with the world around us.

STEAM – The inner scientist, engineer, artist or mathematician can shine with our STEAM activities. Designed to challenge and inspire through innovation, children can get creative – learning to build structures,  carry our experiments, and improve their problem solving skills.

Join us this May Half Term

It’s easy to book – we’ve listed our May 2024 venues and dates below – you can manage your booking fully online. Our standard day price is £34.50 and extended hours are available.

Places will fill up quickly so book early to avoid disappointment! Activities may vary depending on location, but if you have a particular interest do speak to us and we’ll be happy to help you find the best half term camp for you.

Find out more about our Holiday Camps, or click here to Book!

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