We all know how tough lockdown has been and with the kids at home, parents have had to adapt to a world with blurred boundaries and very little space. If you’re looking for a little respite over the summer but want to ensure your little ones are super-safe outside of the home, why not check out friends of Tiny Table – Maggie & Rose’s Big Kids Summer Camps.
Back by popular demand, Maggie & Rose’s creative camps for 4 – 8 year olds, are designed to stimulate curiosity and inspire creativity through a range of art, craft, cooking and music projects. Whether they are carrying out giant science experiments, rehearsing a musical performance using home-made instruments or designing and building a giant cityscape from cardboard boxes, our experienced camp leaders guide children to build relationships, learn social skills, practise problem-solving and teamwork and above all, have fun! Drinks, snacks and lunch are provided and independent ‘what if’ thinking is strongly encouraged!
Each week of the camp will be themed, from farmyard fun across week 1 (Monday 27th – Friday 31st July), week 2’s (Monday 3rd – Friday 7th August) rocking recycling theme explores junk modelling and learning how important it is to take care of our beautiful planet. Mini science fans will want to take part in week 3’s mad scientist theme (Monday 10th – Friday 14th August) and week 4 will deep dive into the underwater world of the blue planet. The camp is rounded up at the art factory (Monday 24th – Friday 28th August) – a week inspired by contemporary artists (including Banksy, Damien Hirst and Jackson Pollock) and the chance for little ones to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
The team at Maggie & Rose have been working hard to ensure they can safely bring back their Big Kids Camps this Summer. To reduce risk of transmission, camps will be organised into consistent ‘bubbles’ and as such, families may only make full week bookings, rather than choose individual days to join the camps.
For more information and to book your spot click here.