Take a look at our ripper of a Half Term as we Explored the Outback!


A flashback to all the best bits of October Half Term


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Explore the Outback Highlights

Explore the Outback was such a fun-filled week for the children with plenty of hands-on arts and crafts, outdoor activities and chances to learn a little bit about the Outback. This theme saw the children piece together Giant Aussie Mosaic Flags, sculpt and paint Aboriginal Clay Art and create Snake Bubbles! There was also an Outback Obstacle Course which allowed the children to take to the great outdoors and race to victory. Cakes were baked and decorated with Koala faces shaped out of icing. The clubs also put their construction skills to the test to create The Longest Didgeridoo!

Construction Kidz: Giant Mosaic Aussie Flag



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Meadow Vale Primary School in Bracknell showcase their mosaic flag.

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It was a team effort at Boxgrove Primary School in Guildford to create this amazing flag.

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Orleans Primary School in Twickenham produced their own individual mosaic flags.



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Big smiles at St John’s CE Primary School in Maidstone – your flag is awesome!

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The Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh have created the largest flag out of all our clubs!



Messy Kidz: Aboriginal Clay Art



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Norbury School in Harrow busy sculpting and shaping their Aboriginal Clay Art (left) and their finished pieces (right). We think they look fantastic!



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The children at St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham painted their clay art pieces. Check out the emoji and the koala!

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Preston Park Primary School in Wembley adding the finishing touches to their Aboriginal Works of Art!



Science Kidz: Snake Bubbles



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Hilltop First School in Windsor create mountains of bubbles…



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St John’s CE Primary School in Maidstone huff and puff to create a snake bubble…

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St Mary’s Independent School in Southampton create huge snake bubbles outside in the autumn sun.



Challenge Kidz: Outback Obstacle Course



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The children at Leehurst Swan School in Salisbury take on their Outback Obstacle Course.

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How fun does this Outback Obstacle Course at Barnsole Primary School in Gillingham look? We want to join in!



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Wildmoor Heath Primary School in Crowthorne set their Outback Obstacle Course up inside and it looks equally as fun!

There’s ramps, bridges and a spider web to try and get through – true Outback style!



Baking Kidz: Koala Cakes



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Check out the Koala Cakes baked at St Luke’s CE Primary School in Isle of Dogs in their rainbow cases.

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Avonwood Primary School in Bournemouth took a group photo to show their Koala Cakes off!



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One of our new clubs, The Alderton Infant School in Loughton, created very cute Koala Cakes too!



Construction Kidz: The Longest Didgeridoo’s & Build a Boomerang



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Thomson House School in Mortlake testing their Didgeridoos.

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St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham made their Didgeridoo out of colourful cups and feathers!



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This is one very long Didgeridoo made out of construction straws by the children at Boxgrove Primary School in Guildford.

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St Luke’s CE Primary School in Isle of Dogs also created a super long Didgeridoo…it’s nearly the length of their hall!



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It takes all the children at Willow Bank Junior School in Woodley to hold their very long Didgeridoo! Looks like they’ve also got a real one too…



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Reach Academy in Feltham are busy colouring in their bright yellow Boomerangs before they take flight.

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St Mary’s Independent School in Southampton painted their Boomerangs in lots of bright colours!



Brave Kidz: Bush Tucker Trials



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The children at Wildmoor Heath Primary School in Crowthorne were feeling very brave as they tried and tasted lots of different foods…