Your child will no doubt be coming home from school this week with information on International Walk to School Month. This campaign by Living Streets aims to encourage all children who are able to walk to school. It’s a great way of getting regular exercise and catching up with news with your children.
But how do you keep up the momentum in the holidays?
October half term is the perfect opportunity to go and kick the leaves on an Autumnal walk in the woods, pull on your wellies and run down the beach with a kite or go on a natural treasure hunt and collect acorns, conkers and pine cones for a “squirrel buffet”. All very good if you don’t work or it’s a glorious dry day.
Don’t panic! Super Camps is running at 14 locations across the UK including Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School and offers both the solution to holiday childcare and keeping your children entertained and active.
We make sure that even when it’s wet and wild outside, there are big spaces and halls available for team games and sports. On dry days, we’ll be outside for scheduled sports activities and, where the location allows, children can have a go at archery and other activities.
Your children may not want to walk to school in October but they’ll be running to camp in the holidays!
Super Camps will be running Multi-Activity Camps at Sir William Borlase’s during the October Half Term 29 October – 2 November 2012.
Our Multi-Activity Camps are for children aged 4-14. They are action packed and full of variety with over 40 activities on offer (sports, arts & crafts). Our instructors are experienced and enthusiastic, you can book individual days or full weeks and we offer free extended hours: 8am – 6pm (core hours: 9.20am – 4.30pm).
Visit our website for more details and booking: www.supercamps.co.uk