Pebbles holiday club is run every Tuesday in the holidays by Alice who is a qualified teacher and Andrew who is a nursery nurse.
They spend most of their time away from nursery doing fun activities or excursions with the children. Some examples are; pottery, the cinema, Kirkstall Abbey, Royal Armouries and Andrews adventures.
The holiday club runs on Tuesdays in the holidays and is £31 a day and includes meals, it opens at 8 and children need to be collected by 5.30 and is up to the age of 8. Leeds and Bradford schools have differing holiday dates this year, to find out what dates we have to offer this year and for more information or to book a place for the holiday club please email:
October Half Term
October half term sees the children attending Holiday club visiting the theatre.
The 6 weeks summer holiday was full of fun and adventure. With a visit to Eureka, the tarn with a picnic, Oxygen trampolining, a trip to Pizza Express to make pizzas, the cinema and Rainbow factory experience. The children all had a fantastic time.
Spring bank holiday took the children on a train journey to Ilkley to Clip and climb. The children had a fab time scaling the walls! rounded off with a play and an ice cream in the park.
This holiday the children have been to the cinema to see the Smurfs movie with a play at the park on the way. A trip to warmer climates to see the Meerkats and fish at tropical Wolrd and an enegetic play at Funopolis finished off the Easter Holidays.
February Half term
The children have really enjoyed going to the pottery cafe in Horsforth to paint their very own piece of pottery.
The children all had lots of fun
Holiday club had such a great time in Nunroyd Park this Tuesday! Andrew and Alice took the children out to explore Nunroyd park and get involved in some Den building. Look at them in action!
They also helped Andrew hide various pictures of Teddy Bears for the Teddy Bears’ picnic on Wednesday 10th August.
The children went out to the park today and really enjoyed making Native American Teepee’s . Once they built the tents, the children then hid inside- before it down-poured., before returning to Pebbles for a lovely English Tea.