Up close with animals, cookery, art, games, dancing, singing and special visitors were all part of the first Dragonflies Montessori Schools Summer Holiday Club over the last two weeks at the Christ Church Centre in Henley.
Children enjoyed getting up close with a range of animals who visited the holiday club including insects and ducks. The first week’s theme was animals and the second week was Pirates and Princesses with the children having fun dressing up. There was plenty of games, singing and dancing including a Pirates and Princess performance for the parents on a specially brought in stage which included ‘Let it Go’ from the film Frozen.
Lisa Drage, Principal of Dragonflies said, “We’ve had a fantastic two weeks at out first summer holiday club and have had some great visitors including Police Constable Mark who came to talk to the children about road safety. He was really brilliant with the children and he also let them look inside the police car and set the siren off. The children were able enjoy a free flow of activities in two halls at the centre as well as the use of the garden. We ended the two weeks with a party on Friday. I’d like to thank the staff for all their enthusiasm and the parents for all the support. We’re planning to run the holiday club again next year.”