Bookings are now open for the
May half term and Summer holiday activities at the d.@rt Centre.
MONDAY – FRIDAY – 10am – 3pm
Extended hours are available 9am to 10am and 3pm to 4pm for an extra £2 per child per hour.
Each day costs £16 except for cookery based days which are £21. Receive a 10% discount when booking for the whole week.
The d.@rt Centre is Ofsted Registered under Wildern School as an approved childcare provider and can accept childcare vouchers.
Please see below for our bookings policy.
May Half term 31st – 2nd June 2016
As the Queen celebrates her 90th Birthday, the d.@rt Centre will be looking at arty, crafty things based around Kings and Queens real and fictional!
Below are the themes for each day – more details will follow
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY – the d.@rt Centre will be closed.
Tuesday May 31st
Arts and crafts activities inspired by the Prince and Princesses from Frozen and their icy powers!
Wednesday June 1st
- Savoury dish to be confirmed
- Make your own pastry and make some Jam Turnovers’s ( these used to be a favourite of the Queen Mother)
- Garden party food with a Roasted Tomato and Basil Quiche
- Queen Cakes
- Coronation Chicken with a rice salad
- Honey Cake ( This cake is one of the Queen’s favourites)
Thursday June 2nd
Build your own Castle
Friday June 3rd
Puppet and mask Making based on The Lion King!
25th July – 2nd September 2016
The themes of the week will be as outlined below. Booking is now open and more details will be added here as the lesson plans are created! Everything will have a creative, arts and crafts focus with cookery on Wednesday except for the final week when the cookery session will be on Tuesday 30th September.
Don’t forget there is a 10% discount on any full weeks booked!
25th – 29th July: Discover our Amazing Universe
1st – 5th August: Adventure Week
8th – 12th August: Explore our Oceans and Seas
15th – 19th August: Construct
22nd – 26th August: Investigate – Solve the Mystery of …
30th August – 2nd September: Create a whole new World ( the d.@rt Centre is closed on Bank Holiday Monday)