School’s out for summer…or is it?
There are loads of fun activities going on at Wrexham schools during the summer hols to help keep your kids active…from sports camps to craft clubs.
Councillor John Pritchard, Lead Member for Youth Services, says:
“Even though classrooms might be closed for summer, schools and associated facilities can still provide your children with lots of things to do.
“For example, a lot of primary schools offer holiday clubs, which combine childcare with play activities.
“And some of our secondary schools are home to Freedom Leisure Centres, which offer lots of sports and activities for children.
“Even during the holidays, there’s a lot going on at schools to help keep your child busy and active.”
Some of the things on offer…
School holiday clubs
There are lots of holiday clubs based at primary schools in Wrexham, providing full and half-day childcare combined with a range of play activities.
Some are run by the schools themselves, while others are run by outside providers.
Summer sports camps – July 26-30 and August 9-13
Clywedog Leisure Centre @ Ysgol Clywedog
If your son or daughter loves football, check out these summer sports camps run by Progressive Sports.
Who knows…you could have the next Lionel Messi or Sophie Ingle on your hands!
Trampoline classes – Thursdays mornings
Ruabon Leisure Centre @ Ysgol Rhiwabon
Put some spring in their step (see what we did there?)…try these trampoline sessions for kids aged 7+. Organised by the council’s Active Wrexham team.
Free swimming for kids
Chirk Leisure Centre @ Ysgol Y Waun
The leisure centre is offering free swimming lessons covering Waves 1-5, funded by the Welsh Assembly Government.
There’s also plenty of free swimming sessions to keep children entertained.
If your child is meant to be isolating…
No matter how tempted you might be, if your child is meant to be isolating, please keep them at home for the full isolation period and don’t allow them to attend activities.
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