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HOLIDAY CLUBS ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ....

Where and when do we run our clubs? Clubs run 10am to 3pm in the following locations:

* The Outdoors Project Basecamp @ The Macs Farm, Ditchling

* St. Ann’s Wells Gardens & Hove Park, Brighton

* Goring Gap, Worthing

* Buckingham Park, Shoreham

* St. Andrews, Bristol & Oldbury Court, Bristol

What do you need to bring?  A sense of adventure, children, packed lunch, water and suitable clothing (sturdy shoes (not flip flops) / sun cream/hat if hot, waterproof)

 

A TYPICAL DAY:

On Arrival you’ll be asked to sign in your child, we’ll check your emergency contact details and will make a note of any information you want to share with us. You’ll collect a bib and will go to play games whist all the children are signed in Once all signed in children will be split into groups, we tend to split them into groups from little to large, they will be asked if they’d like to switch group, they can be in whichever group they want to be with their older/younger friends/siblings.  The instructors will stay with the group for the day, moving from activity to activity. There will be water and toilet breaks throughout the day and hand washing before lunch break.

Lunch – All groups eat lunch together.   Our Gazebos are set up and children sit with instructors and their friends for lunch.

Home time. At the end of the day the children will be asked not to leave until they have been signed out to the pick up person named on the register (any last minute changes to pick up, please do let us know)

Staff  All our staff are DBS checked and we have first aid trained instructors at every club.

How do I book?  www.theoutdoorsproject.co.uk/holiday-clubs/.   Hit the BOOK NOW button and follow the steps to register for the club and pay online, a confirmation email with full details of your booking will be sent to you.

WHAT WE DO. Every day is different, we run specific activities in small groups throughout the day - games, learning skills, communicating, making, playing.   A non competitive environment, with something to everyone from the quiet and methodical to the more loud and lively.  At Base Camp, The Macs Farm Ditchling there is a little less structure to the day - we have specific theme to the day and activities to run but there is also time for the children to explore/chose their activities, always under the guidance of the Instructors.    Base Camp is part field, part woodland with a permanent outdoor classroom, fire pit, mud kitchen, hammocks, parachute shelter and plenty of space for exploring, learning and adventures!

WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY -

My daughter has been twice so far this half term and she absolutely loves it!!! Wants to go every school holiday! Lovely people running it and varied activities. She's completely knackered at the end of the day and that alone is worth the money! Will be booking again, 100%

Cannot recommend them enough! My son loved it and asked if he can go on weekend as well !?

Just returned from a day with the project and I am so pleased with the activities, staff, group size, well - very thing! I was fortunate enough to win the places but I will most definitely be taking the children again. Thanks guys, what you do and how you d it is awesome.

"Best day of my life" according to my 6 year old son! Thumbs up from us!

Someone else takes your kids out to get muddy and exhausted. What's not to like?


 

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