What a fantastic half term! There were so many awesome experiments and plenty of wicked reactions as hundreds of you joined us for…
May half term was a blast!
What a fantastic half term! There were so many awesome experiments and plenty of wicked reactions as thousands of you joined us for our ‘Terrific Scientific’ holiday club.
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Fun under the microscope
An overspill of thrills at our holiday clubs this half term! Here’s a little roundup of our favourite activities and photos…
Terrific Scientific burst into action with our holiday clubs creating their own wild and wacky Lifesize Scientists. Next up was a fun and colourful nature lesson as the children learnt all about rain and clouds with a sweet scented rain clouds experiment.
Splashtastic activities were next on the agenda with a wet and wild game of Fill the Bucket to mark the return of Aqua Kidz. Our holiday clubs were also in a dash for Resistant Relays and evading all the elements during Dodge the Atom.
The sweet tooth was soon satisfied as the children enjoyed creating their own delectable Fresh Fruit Cocktails. Bright multi-colours then decorated our holiday clubs as all enjoyed making Rainbows in a Bottle followed by some rather crafty Invisible Ink Messages.
An outburst of wonder filled our holiday clubs as they took part in the explosive Sudsey Eruptions science shenanigan. The children then ventured outside to spot their silhouette in the sun for a curious investigation into Moving Shadows.