Christ Church We take so much for granted today thanks to our fantastic inventions: we’ve forgotten what it’s like to forage for food, build shelters or face the wilderness. Accordingly, we’re going back to basics this week thanks to a Bear Grylls theme. With scavenger hunts and navigation challenges on the way, the [...]
Christ Church Are you festival-ready? Either way, we’re about to find out – festivals are the theme for this upcoming week! They can take all sorts of shapes, of course: no two gatherings are the same. You might see some circus games like the ones we’re playing on Tuesday, for instance. We’ll even recreate [...]
Christ Church Food How healthy is your plate? We’re always told that we should eat better, but it can be hard to tell what this actually means. And what’s a ‘food group’, anyway? You’ll find out this week at FUNdays Club. Tuesday’s session with Jo will transform us into mini farmers: [...]
We tumble back through time to visit the Maya and Stone Age before heading to a galaxy far, far away...
We're busy exploring a galaxy far, far away and unearthing the ancient history of humanity this week!
We're exploring the most amazing inhabitants of our world this week: animals!
Easter egg hunts, monster stew and making our own books: here's what the children will be doing in Holiday Club! Book their place now to avoid disappointment. To find out more about Holiday Club, click on this link.
Christ Church Scientists rarely get given the attention allocated to famous sportspeople, musicians and actors: they often fade into the background instead. Considering the number of modern necessities they’re responsible for, this seems pretty odd. As such, we’re celebrating the best and brightest scientific minds this week from Sir Isaac Newton to the Wright brothers. [...]
Christ Church Imagine being able to visit any time or place you liked: where (and when, more importantly) would you choose? It’s the sort of question we’re mulling over this week in our ‘Time Detectives’ theme, a topic that sends us across the breadth of history from years long gone to the bowels of a [...]