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By Haddenham Webteam - 7th May 2015 5:00pm
The Haddenham Playscheme is a community scheme run for local school children by volunteers for one week during the summer holidays. It has now been running for over 30 years!
This year the Playscheme will take place from Monday 3rd to Friday 7th August 2015 at Haddenham Community Junior School, from 9.00am-12.00 noon each day
We offer a wide programme of activities for children aged 5-11 years (as at 31st August 2015) who are resident in Haddenham or attend any Haddenham school full time.
- ARTS & CRAFTS
- CLAY MODELLING
- CANDLE MAKING
- DANCE WORKSHOPS
- SPECIALIST SPORTS COACHING
- JEWELLERY MAKING
- BADGE MAKING
- and so much more!
This year we are hoping to secure funding once again for LASER QUEST and ZORB BALLS!
The fee this year is £20.00 per child for the whole week — and that includes all materials, workshops, sports etc.
Enrolment for the 2015 Playscheme will be held on the following dates:
|Community Infant School:||Tuesday 12th May||3.10pm-3.25pm|
|St Mary's CE School||Wednesday 13th May||3.00pm-3.15pm|
|Community Junior School||Thursday 14th May||3.20pm -3.40pm|
If you cannot make any of the above enrolment dates, please contact Shelley or Rachael.
Please note that any applications for enrolment received after Friday 15th June will incur a late enrolment charge of £5.00 per family.
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