School’s Out School Holidays

Looking for your children to become more social and active during the school holidays? 

School’s Out is a children’s holiday club run from a leisure centre near you!  School’s Out has been providing sport, activities, and arts and crafts to children each and every holiday in West Suffolk and Cambridgeshire for years.  With the support of the local leisure service provider, Abbeycroft Leisure, the children who take part in Schools Out come away smiling.

Our children’s holiday club offers holiday clubs for kids aged 6-15 years old in all school half term holidays as well as Christmas, summer and Easter holidays.  Throughout the year Schools Out also takes place on selected school Personal Development days.  Our skilled staff ensure that all children take part no matter what their age or background.  The younger children will always be on a level playing field as a younger and an older group are formed throughout the day.

 

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Some of the sports and activities that you can expect to take part in during a half term or holiday include; football, basketball, netball, uni-hoc, athletics, badminton, team games, quizzes, arts and crafts, swimming (only children aged 8 and above swim).  The sports and activities take place all around the leisure centre’s facilities, your children will take part in sports halls, dance studio’s, squash courts, swimming pools and outdoor synthetic pitches.

By the end of the holiday, your children will no longer be telling you that they are bored and they will go back to school feeling that they have made the most of their school holidays.  And all of this, at a very reasonable price. 

To see where we are, click here and to see more about costs and how to book your child’s place click here.


To get in touch with a member of our team either email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or like us on Facebook and send us a message, we are happy to help.

 

Watch this video to see why children keep coming back to School’s Out.