School Shuttle have a fantastic holiday club running over May half term.
They are closed on Monday 27th May for bank holiday, but reopen in style on Tuesday 28th May, World Food Day. For only £2 the young people can sample the delicious food the globe has to offer. Will that be the curries of India, burgers of the USA or the pasta of Italy? School Shuttle aren’t telling exactly where in the world they will take your taste buds. You’ll have to go along to find out.
There are two different activities going on Wednesday 27th May. In the morning it’s the under 7’s roller disco. Bring your own skates, or borrow a pair from Little Lever Leisure Centre and join in with the lively music and tremendous fun.
For the under 7’s there’s a party and play session. School Shuttle will provide trampolines, slides, ball pit, climbing wall and sports courts.
The skating will only cost 6.50 and the party and play is £5.50.
Thursday 30th Mays’ activities are all free. The morning session will be loved by any budding scientists, as it’s a science experiment morning. You’ll be able to watch sound travel, wake up taste buds (even more so then on World Food Day) and participate in amazing experiments using tin can phones, amongst others. See, hear, taste, smell and touch creative experiments with names such as eyes on the ball and shoebox surprise.
In the afternoon there’s so much to do as well. Mould your favourite model using the play doh, Lego, moon sand and many more.
Friday 31st May will be bring a tent morning. Kids can set up camp for the day in the club, then join in with great indoor activities, outdoor games and stories in the tents. Lunch will be in the form of a picnic and campfire sing-along. Make up your own song in a group, and there’s a fantastic prize for the best one. All of these activities are free of charge.
Some of these activities may change depending on the weather. Children need to bring their own lunch and wear suitable clothing for the day’s ventures.
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