“The children have been to lots of holiday camps but they said this was the best one ever!”
“Great sense of fun and a safe learning environment.”
“We love having the Holiday Club in the week after term ends – it’s a great fun start to the holidays in a familiar location with familiar faces.”
Holiday Club is a new and pioneering initiative at Hurlingham School. It looks to create a dynamic and fun environment for your children, over the holiday periods. The vision of the programme is to allow your child to further flourish in a familiar and happy setting, allowing them to learn and experience new things while challenging their inquisitive minds.
Students can select to come in either the morning or afternoon (or both), with additional options for early drop off and after club provision.
Across the year we have plans to offer an eclectic range of fun activities and exciting experiences, tailored to particular year groups. Below is an example of what a day looked like in our Easter 2022 Holiday Club (timetable based on number of signups).
|Year Group||LOWER SCHOOL: Reception/Year 1+2||UPPER SCHOOL: Years 3+4+5+6|
|Morning Session 1 9-9:45am||Phonics: Chalkboard tag with obstacle course||Cooking – Rice crispy monsters|
|Morning Session 2 10-10:45am||Quiz race with walkie talkies and obstacles.||Creative writing: Persuasive speech. (Chairs on a strike)|
|Morning Session 3 11-11:45am||Cooking: Rice crispy monsters||Quiz Race with walkie talkies and obstacles|
|Afternoon Session 1 |
|Walkie-Talkie Hide and Seek||Problem solver: Lost At Sea|
|Afternoon Session 2 |
|Arts and Crafts: Easter themed decorations/cards||Night Patrol in the hall|
|Afternoon Session 3 |
|Night Patrol in the hall||Walkie-Talkie Hide and Seek|
There will be many activities on offer throughout the holiday periods. These will be age appropriate and vary from week-to-week. The aim is to allow the students to experience games and situations that they may never have experienced before, which will hopefully engage both their bodies and their minds. Whether it be flying down the Dance and Drama in Human Bowling, navigating various obstacle courses or putting their brains to the test in Problem Solver, there is something for everyone. The morning sessions run from 9am-12pm throughout the week. All students are different and some will want to run around all day while others like to draw and design. This programme tries to cater for all and there is a huge variety of different options that will run throughout the week.
For students that wish to stay for the whole day there will be an After Club available throughout the week. Here they will participate in a wide range of games, arts and crafts and sporting activities until pick up.
Typical Holiday Club Day