Kid’s Club

Welcome to the staff in the Kid’s Club – Miss Becca (Kid’s Club Leader), Miss Tracy (Deputy Leader), Miss Kathy (Assistant) and Miss Lauren (Assistant).

If applicable, please complete and submit the Online Booking Form by clicking here or completing the form at the bottom of this page.

A club for the older children offering a fun programme for children up to 11 years of age.

Children who attend the Beehive Club before and after school may bring their breakfast in with them to eat with their friends. We will provide milk, bowls and cutlery etc. They can then use a wide variety of games and activities in the classroom until the Busy Bees buses take the children to their designated school. We offer transport to and from the following schools:-

  • Beck Row Primary School
  • St Mary’s Primary School
  • West Row Primary School

When the children are collected from school and arrive back at the Beehive Club they may have their snack which they bring in (we will provide their drink). Please note that we no longer provide snacks for the children after school. Could you please ensure that your provide a healthy snack for your child if they come back to Busy Bees after school during term time. We will continue to provide drinks for the children which will be either milk or water.

If your child attends during the half term, please ensure you provide a morning and afternoon healthy snack plus their lunch.

Activities

Your child will have the opportunity to engage in a wide range of activities such as:-

Swimming Lessons
Forest School
Cookery
A wide range of games plus lots more
Arts and crafts
Outdoor play
Computers

Each week there will be a schedule of the activities the school children will be participating in on the Beehive Club notice board.

During the school holidays the children will also have the opportunity to participate in the activities mentioned above, plus there will be:-

Trips out
Puppet /mask making
Games/puzzles
Jewellery making
Visitors in, such as story tellers/falconer etc plus lots more
Woodwork
Trampolining
Kite flying
Clay modelling/Plasticine
Many sports activities on the sports field, including football, rounders, badminton, competitive games – sack racing, egg and spoon, three legged racing and lots more!

                                                            Busy Bees Kid’s Club’s Summer Schedule 2021 (click here to view Pdf)

 

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week 1

 21st – 23rd July

 

 

     Am – The children will have the opportunity to make their own chocolate swirls.

Pm – Archery fun.

Am – Rock painting and pebble/stone art.

Pm – Parachute and team games

 

All day– Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

 

 

Week 2

26tH – 30st July

 

 

Am – Make our own fruit salad rocket skewers.

 

Pm – Play rounders and make hammer bead creations.

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

 

 Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

 

All day – Pirate Day – the children will have fun participating in pirate activities, making maps, flags, hats, eye patches and singing songs.

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

Secret agent day.

 

Can you solve the puzzles?

 All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

 

Week 3

2rd – 6th August

 

Throughout the week each child will make a clay model

 

Am– The children will make their own sports day banners and medals.

Pm – The children will participate in their own sports day activities tug of war, egg and spoon races, running races, rounders ect.

 

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

 

Am– Making our own heathy ice lollies.

Pm – The children will make their own kites and will have the opportunity to fly their own and real kites.

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

 

 

 Beach Party

(weather dependant)

Water fun and games

 

 

 

 

 

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

 

Week 4

9th -13th August

 

 

Am– Make and decorate cupcakes.

Pm– Panning for gold

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

 

Hungry caterpillar day

Am Make your own caterpillar felt balls.

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

Pm – Make your own caterpillar necklace.

All day – Harry Potter Day

Children can wear Harry Potter clothing or come dress as one of the characters.

 

 

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

 

Week 5

16th – 20st August

 

 

Am – Bring in photos from home and make photo collages.

Pm –Archery fun

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

Boudicca and Roman day!

The children will learn about the Anglo-Saxon queen and participate in lots of fun activities based around Boudicca and the Romans.

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

Italian day

The children will have the opportunity to learn lots of fun facts about Italy, use the interactive globe to explore Italy and make pizzas in the clay oven.

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm
Week 6

23th – 27th August

 

 

All day –Willy Wonka day.

Am– children will design their own chocolate bars and listen to segments of the book and film.

Pm– Children will make and package their own chocolate bars.

 All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

 

Am – slime making.

Pm – Messy play fun

(Please put your child in old clothes. Aprons will be provided).

Am – swimming £5.75 (optional activity)

 

 

Pm – Scavenger hunt using maps, go for a treasure hunt on Beck Row Heath

Pm – Shape crystals

 

 

 

 All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm
30th –2th September

 

 

 

 End of holiday party

Fun, food, games, and Karaoke to mark the end of the summer holiday.

 

All day – Forest School 10.00am – 3.00pm Am – Bowling and team games.

Pm – Lego challenge

 

 

Beck Row and St Marys back on the 2nd

 

 

 

West Row back on 6th (pd days 3rd  + 4th)

Additional care for the 3rd and 4th maybe an option please email Sharon)

 

As well as the planned activities there will be a wide variety of activities on offer such as: Tending to vegetable patches (weeding and watering), use of our extensive outdoor play equipment, trampolining, volley ball, scooters, football table, giant Jenga, jewellery making, Hama beads, board games, Wii games, a wide variety of arts and craft activities, sewing, knitting, junk modelling, books, magazines, quizzes, crosswords, word searches, bingo etc.

 

We aim to make the Kids’ Club as much fun as possible for the children, if you have any suggestions of activities, you feel the children would enjoy, please let us know – Thank you 

With ALL activities, the children will choose the activities they wish to participate in 

 

Fees

The fees for the Beehive Club are the same as the nursery fees.

Kids Club Booking Form