A little bit of what we did during our first year
LPF Kiddies Club C.I.C children and their families enjoyed a variety of activities, events and outings over the last year at our School Holiday Club and Saturday School ranging from workshops to loads of cinema trips, from a trip to Margate beach to a teddy bear picnic at one of our local parks, from theatre trips to visits to museums the list is endless. We delivered a range of activities and outings to suit all ages ensuring that all our Clubs children and their families were well catered for. We combine learning experiences with fun allowing the children to make friends, learn new skills and explore the enviroment around them. Each child returned to school after each holiday no doubt enriched by their experience and with so much to talk about.
LPF Kiddies Club members have had so much fun over the course of our first year and we know the next year will be even better.
The girls made decorative fridge magnets, beaded jewelry and homemade pizza
A group of our clubs children with One Drum, the children enjoyed being part of the drumming circle
A club member with Sista E from Calabash hub. She was a model on stage while Sista E demonstrated how to tie a head tie on her
First there was Russel and Sarah our new Rabbits and before we knew it along came our 4 baby bunnies
The children had to complete challenges, answer clues and hunt before they could enjoy their Easter eggs
The childen listening carefully has another clue is read out
The children learnt about growing fruit and vegatables
The children learnt about how to look after chickens
The girls made homemade pizza from scratch, they mixed and kneded the dough for their pizza base
The childen made peices of art with poems or letters on them to their Dads for Fathers day
We hosted a few Afruca child protection workshops to help promote the safe guarding of our children and postive parenting
Ayan De First from the Talking Drummers gave us a performance of African drumming.
The children were so excited to see Mini Mouse and enjoyed dancing the Azonto with her
Usifu Jalloh captivating adults and children alike with his African story telling
The children delivered a show stopping performance rich with Nigerian culture from their attire to the singing and dancing
Children learnt about African masks, why and when they are worn then they made their own masks.