B Cador: December 2017
February Half Term Holiday Club details are set out below
Monday 19th February — Musical Theatre Day
The children will produce a Pantomime with drama, music and dance.
Parents/Grandparents can be invited at the end of the day for the performance
Tuesday 20th February — Imagination Day (this is open to all, however it may be more enjoyable for KS1 children)
The day will start with Activities based around Imagination
followed by a trip to Imagination Lane (children's play cafe with a difference, focusing on the importance of role play), which is based about 3 miles from Nantwich. Free Coach transport and entry will be provided and the children will be back before the end of the day.
Wednesday 21st February — Wacky Wednesday
Based around a Wacky Environment e.g. clothes on backwards, inside out, or with wacky colour combinations and patterns; visualisation art; wacky music; wacky food & utensils; wacky activities (children may come dressed 'wacky' if they wish)
As for the October half term holiday club, these days are provided FREE through our lottery grant.
Fliers will be ready for booking places after the Christmas break. Look out for more details.
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