We have some exciting holiday clubs coming up this Easter! Read below to find out more about Forest School Club, Kids in the Kitchen and Art Workshops.
Forest School Club:
A new club is starting in the Easter Holiday for girls in P1 to J4. This is being held here at Manor House on Wednesday 6th, Thursday 7th and Friday 8th April.
The sessions will differ each day and run from 10am until 1pm so you can book for your daughter to attend all three.
Forest School helps develop emotional literacy and a sense of self through a wide range of experiences. Girls will learn about the environment, to build shelters and use simple tools in a fun and stimulating session.
For more information and to find the consent form, please take a look at the Newsletter.
Kids in the Kitchen:
Kids in the Kitchen has well and truly launched its fun and educational cookery club.
Girls and boys are invited to attend the fun-filled days where they can make anything from calamari to soda bread.
Each Kids in the Kitchen day ends with a quiz to get children thinking about the ingredients and skills they learn about during the day, with prizes awarded to the best chef, messiest chef and kindest chef.
At the end of the day the child will take away a goodie bag to include something that they could make at home e.g. focaccia dough.
Kids in the Kitchen are offering Manor House School parents a special discount of 10% off by quoting the code: MHEaster in addition to our usual sibling and multiple day discounts.
We are taking bookings for Easter, so please call: 01372 869 646 to book your place now.
For more information, please click here.
Mrs Williams will be running three Art Workshops during the Easter holidays. The dates are Tuesday 22nd, Wednesday 23rd and Wednesday 30th March.
This is a two day course and will appeal to those who really Art and want the chance to experiment with different materials and to produce more developed work that will be exhibited at the end of the second season. Parents will be invited to this viewing.
Participants will produce a variety of work exploring a theme and each day will have a different focus. All participants should wear an old shirt or apron and bring a morning snack, packed lunch and drink. All equipment is provided.
Take a look at the Newsletter for more information.