Setting currently closed.
St Joseph’s College Holiday Club is open to both pupils and non-pupils.
St Joseph’s College Holiday Clubs runs for every full week of every half term and school holiday. We are open from 8am to 6pm every day, with half day sessions also available. Spaces currently available
We now offer a hot lunch and snacks with every booking!
The Early Years Holiday Club offers a wide variety of activities lead by our team of qualified Early Years Practitioners and guided by the EYFS. Our activities are usually themed for the week, and there is opportunity for the children to dress up for our theme on Fridays.
The Year 1 to 6 holiday club offers a wide range of exciting and new activities, focusing on engaging children in a fun and safe environment. Our activities are planned to enhance new skills, encourage inclusion, team work and strategic thinking. Children and parents can expect a number of exciting multi-activities such as:
We offer a range of house favourite games such as Ninja Warrior, Capture the flag and Treasure Hunts. We also offer a variety of alternative games such as Team Challenges aimed to promote social and collaboration skills throughout all ages.
A new addition to holiday club, groups will be taken to our cookery classroom and taught the skills to make desserts and decorate them! We cater to all allergies and dietary requirements to ensure no child missing out, so please make sure you fill any relevant information during booking.
Arts and Crafts
Our Arts and Crafts are themed to our themes of the week so expect Christmas decorations during our December half term, Easter eggs in April and much more throughout their time at St. Joseph’s holiday club.
We have an indoor heated swimming pool we use every day at holiday club with our qualified lifeguards. Expect safe and exciting games within the pool which accommodates both non-swimmers and those of all abilities.
We have a trip every week where we take children out to a variety of fun places, trampoline parks to ice skating!
ISA report - http://www.sjcr.org.uk/416/information/isi-report