The Warriner School Holiday Hubs, Bloxham. 26/07/2018 - 31/08/2018
Summer Holiday Hubs at The Warriner School, Bloxham.
Thursday 26 July 2018 through to Friday 31 August 2018 (excluding Bank Holiday 27 August 2018)
Our hubs give children aged 5 -15 a unique opportunity to participate in a wide range of sporting activities delivered by qualified and DBS (formerly CRB) cleared coaches.
The sessions provide an excellent opportunity for children to learn, improve, make friends and have fun.
The children are split into 5-7 and 8 years plus age groups. Every day a coached activity will be delivered by a qualified coach who is linked to a local club to make children aware of the local club in the area and where to carry on participation afterwards. Coached sessions will normally run between 10am-12pm.
Throughout the day Multi Skills, Fun & Games, Team Activities and Arts and Crafts are delivered.
Multi Skills - these activities are based around the fundamentals of movement and play, agility, balance, coordination and speed. Activities are fun sessions working on these fundamentals and how to progress these to improve levels.
Fun & Games - these activities are all about engagement of the children and used as introduction games such as clap catch, parachute games, splat and more to encourage children to participate.
Team Games - these are normally played in the afternoon after skills have been developed through the day. Obstacle relays will be played along with team games such as rounders. Kwik Cricket, and many more.
Arts & Crafts - will be participated in the afternoon to cool down and cater for young people who enjoy arts and crafts.
Don't forget to bring a packed lunch, plenty of drinks and a sunhat.
Please note: In the event of an emergency we will administer First Aid. All staff are First Aid trained and DBS checked.
Cherwell District Council aims to work in a way that helps, as far as possible, to safeguard children from harm and support their development as members of the community. Should our coaches, instructors or leaders become concerned about the welfare or safeguarding of a child who attends one of our activity hubs, we have a duty to report this to our Designated Safeguarding Lead for further assessment and onward escalation if deemed appropriate.