After School Activities

The children are at the centre of the activities we have at Kidzco and take an active role in choosing the activities we have available.

Our activities change frequently and some are seasonal.The main activities we have available at the moment are detailed below.

Arts and Crafts

  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Modelling clay
  • Hana beads
  • Jewellery making
  • Sewing

Cookery

  • Cakes
  • Biscuits
  • Pizzas
  • Fruity kebabs
  • Pasta
  • ... and we even make our own play dough!

Sports

  • Football (including a football training session on a Friday)
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Tennis
  • Trampolining
  • Mini sports days
  • Parachute games

Computers

We have our own computers available for use by the children for various activities.

Nintendo Wii

We have a Nintendo Wii that the children are allowed to play. (Please note that children are not allowed to bring hand held computer games to Kidzco) All of the games that we have are age appropriate and have a sporty theme.

Board Games

We have a huge collection of board games available. The children choose what games they play on any given day.

Home Corner

For our younger members we have a wide range of toys and dressing up clothes that allow their imaginations to be free.

Homework Help

We encourage the children to do their homework. They have access to the internet to help them and staff will always help them where needed.

Quiet Corner

If children just want to read or have some quiet time we have a quiet and comfortable place for them with lots of cushions.

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Posted on: 22/02/2021

Staying Safe Online

Dear Parents and Carers, At a time when our children are increasingly using and exposed to online material, we would like to take the opportunity to offer some guidance and resources to check that your child is safely protected from any adverse experiences whilst online. The following site may prove helpful in both identifying potential dangers and considering actions that we as parents can take to safeguard our children. This is particularly important for older children who use the internet independently. The UK Safer Internet Centre can be accessed using the following link: https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers Although not described on this website, we are increasingly aware of the need to protect our children against the dangers of harmful online challenges and online hoaxes. These are designed to encourage or influence children to take a challenge that could be dangerous or harmful (dares etc.). While many of these will be safe and fun, especially if done as a family such as the ice bucket challenge, others may be potentially harmful. As parents and carers we can help our children to learn to develop positive and empowering online behaviours, such as critical thinking, how and where to report concerns about harmful content and how to block content and users. For more information on staying safe online, please go to the Information tab and visit the E-Safety page of this website. Written by Mark OldfieldRead more