Our Summer Scheme comes to a close tomorrow (Friday) as we bring to an end two weeks of non-stop fun and entertainment.
Yet again we provided an action packed five days for the children with everybody getting to experience a mix of activities.
The P1/P2 grouping were engaged in outdoor play, indoor play, clay making, baking (top hats), horticulture and a movie marathon.
The P3/P4’s were out working on the vegetable patch, cooking, navigating obstacle courses with Spheros, coding, constructing propeller cars and minibeast hunting.
The P5/P6/P7 boys and girls took part in beach art, experienced various cuisines, completed self portraits and enjoyed watching different film genres on the big screen.
Ulster GAA and ActiSport were also present on Monday and Thursday respectively as the children got plenty of outdoor exercise in the glorious weather.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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