Taking place in week 2 of the Easter holiday camps – wc 13th week we will celebrate popular children’s author Roald Dahl.
Every day we have something new to experience with 10 unique workshops in total! From art and music (Sounds and Colours) to our drama and music (Performarama) to our Sport Beat session that combines music and sport.
See below our top 5 workshops taking place this Easter Holidays Week 2. Want to see a Weekly Timetable? Click here.
1. Pieces of Me – Roald Dahl
Did you know that Roald Dahl’s favourite smell was frying bacon? In our introductory workshop to the amazing Roald Dahl, you child will learn the essential, fun facts about the infamous writer and will also get to create some fun facts about themselves too! Not to be missed and guaranteed to be lots of fun!
2. Performarama – Mrs Twit
Focusing on chapter four of The Twits, we will start off this workshop looking at a “compliment” and what exactly this means. Everyone will be asked to write a compliment on a post-it notes and place on another child’s back. A great way to boost confidence and
self-esteem. Children will also create their very own “AntiTwit Good Thoughts Poem” identifying ways to avoid becoming like Mrs Twit!
3. Imagination Station – The BFG
We will experience the journey of Sophie and The BFG using improvisation, movement, voice, drama, and Dahl’s wonderful rich language. Exploring “Giant Country” we will get to design our very own “Giant” mask and the chance to improvise and play all of the characters Whizzpopping and Bloodbottling all the way! This workshop is going to be gloriumptious!
4, Imagination Station – Fantastic Mr Fox
After reading a few excerpts of the infamous “Fantastic Mr Fox”, children will get to have a go at designing their very own “Wanted” poster to help Boggis, Bunce and Bean to catch Mr Fox! Children will use their creativity whilst listening to a range of music from the film itself! A perfectly relaxing final workshop before our Grand Concert at 3:15pm
5. Sounds and Colours – Quentin Blake
Inspired by the music that inspired Dahl in his writing alongside music used in his films, children will listen to a range of musical styles and use their young imaginations to create their own Roald Dahl posters in the style of infamous illustrator Quentin Blake. By the end of this unmissable workshop children will have created their very own art piece ready to take home!
Our Holiday Camps for children aged 4-11 are running for two weeks this upcoming Easter Holidays with half days from £25.
If you’d like to find out more give us a call on 0121 296 9204 or click below.