Half term – it’s on the horizon
The brilliant people at Camp Suisse are now running a skiing week for those aged 7 to 17 with some availability this half term. So if you can’t go this year, maybe the children still can…(read more).
And closer to home, The Imagine Children’s Festival celebrates its 18th this year on the Southbank, but it’s nowhere near growing up! Running over half term week, the schedule is jam-packed with the best in children’s theatre, comedy, hands-on activities, DJs, dance, immersive experiences and full-on fun for children and their grown-ups. Even better, at least half of it is free! (read more)
Or kick off the week locally with the Funky Feet Disco at Eddie Catz to get them moving and grooving (read more).
Trinity School Half Term Sports Camps are running over three days with the choice of hockey, basketball or cricket (read more).
Kimberley Swim Clinics Half Term courses offer intensive swimming lessons in small groups so they’ll be cutting their way through the water with speed and skill before the week is out (read more).
Dulwich Lawn Tennis Club’s Half Term Holiday Tennis Camp is for all abilities between the ages of 3 and 15 (read more).
Sparks is running The Scene of the Crime Movie-Making Camp at Broomwood Hall. Three days of acting, directing, filming and all the tech side too (read more).
Head to Orleans House Gallery for Flowing Through Time, led by an artist and examining life on the Thames past and present in a printmaking and collage workshop (read more).
Another Half Term Workshop: Make your Loveable Teddy is at Eddie Catz Earlsfield, a drop-off session for 4 to 8-year-olds to create their own new cuddly bear (read more).
Or head to the Wimbledon Eddie Catz for more boisterous Laser Tag Fun for 6 to 14-year-olds – laser tag, disco, music and lights. Can I come?! (read more)
Sing, dance, record and perform at Half Term Musical Fun with Upbeat in Chelsea. Make yours a rock star! (read more)
Or head to Little Voices for their Greatest Showman Half Term Camp for 4 to 13-year-olds. Make yours a film star! (read more)
February Half Term Ballet Fun – LCB Juniors is for budding dancers aged between 5 and 11 to work on their skills and confidence in ballet and jazz (read more).
Role Models’ Resilience Course – Celebrating China is running in conjunction with Dragon Teaching, looking at developing resilience as well as Chinese culture and language (read more).
Miniversity Half Term Camps are IT-based sessions where they can try their hand at being all sorts from entrepreneurs to architects, doctors and news reporters (read more).
London Sports Academy’s Sports Camp will be at Burntwood School with laser tag, archery, jail-break, tag rugby and more. A whole lot of fun! (read more)
And Open Air Fit is running two Half Term camps on Wandsworth Common. One multi-sport for children aged 4+, the other is for any lovers of the beautiful game – football for 8+ (read more).
Or how about a spoonful of sugar sprinkled over half term at a Mary Poppins-themed Dance & Creative Workshop with Dance Grooves. Practically perfect in every way (read more).
And for some more culture, The Southside Players are performing Daisy Pulls it Off at the Chestnut Grove Theatre. Jolly good 1980s-style fun…ties round the heads and hockey sticks in hand! (read more)