We are very excited to announce we will be adding CLUBBERCISE to our weekly regular activity list. Starting in September, it will be essential that you book as we think this will be a very popular class. Get your glow sticks at the ready!

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The Play scheme continues to run throughout the Summer holidays. We hold this in conjunction with NBLT every school holiday, even Christmas!!  For children aged 5 – 12 years old. It’s fun, engaging and active! It will keep your little ones occupied over the school holidays, whilst having great fun, learning new skills and making new friends!

At Playscheme you can be assured that your child is in great hands, as the scheme is run by our fully qualified Sports Coaches. All of our Sports Coaches are fully qualified, and hold first aid certificates and DBS checked.

There are craft and sporting activities on offer for all to engage, learn and most importantly have fun over the holiday. There are bouncy castles, bike maintenance, face painting, balloon modelling, healthy eating challenges and much more! The activities are ran inside or outside, depending on the weather. Each day is filled with fun activities, whether your child(ren) likes sports, crafts or team games, there is something for everyone.

All our sites are disability inclusive and ran by a team that are experts and dedicated in childcare provision. Most of the sports coaches are in local schools, so your child(ren) may already know them!

The sessions are flexible and we have longer opening hours than other daycare providers. You can attend for the whole day, or part of it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Bulkington Gardening Club who meet once a month on a Wednesday evening 7-10pm are mini celebs. They have recently been interviewed by C&W radio station as their very first Gardening Club of the month so listen out for their interview. They will be giving tips for your garden and telling you all about what goes on at their club. Here are a couple of pics of their recent interview:

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