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We are excited to launch our summer holiday club programme for our Discovery club (ages 7+).  Over 6 weeks of summer, our team thoughtfully plan hundreds of activities that children from 7 years and above will enjoy. Our aim is to take our Discovery children on a daily journey of discovery, pushing their personal limits from using their critical thinking skills through engaging problem-solving activities with friends, to challenging themselves physically with new experiences. They will discover new places on outings, learn new skills, and celebrate their accomplishments along the way. Click on each week below to find out more about what we’ve got in store.

Make & Do Week: 22-26 July

This week is going to be busy, busy, busy! There will be a wide variety of activities where children will make something creative or tasty, and do lots of physical activities and play fun group games. Our ‘Make and Do’ week from 22 – 26 July is going to be busy, busy, busy! We will enjoy ‘doing’ lots of team and individual games and sporting activities, and ‘making’ arts and crafts and baking. We will immerse ourselves in the great outdoors, including daily park visits for activities like rounders, football, and tag (weather permitting).

The Wonderful World of Science Week: 29 July – 2 August

If your child is a big fan of science experiments, then you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re going to reveal some secrets about simple yet delightful hands-on science experiments. We will take a special trip into London to the Science Museum and a visit to the Princess Diana Memorial to soak our feet on a hot summer’s day. In between experiments with lava lamps, density columns and mentos, we will go on picnics in the park, make slushy drinks and get creative with a range of art and craft activities. With any luck, your child will enjoy the science experiments so much that they’ll want to demonstrate them to you at home!

Into the Water week: 5 – 9 August

This week at Wise Owls, we’re going to cool down with a variety of water themed activities. We will cool down with swimming at Braywick Leisure Centre, we will enjoy a visit from Basil Farm’s furry friends and we will venture out to Marlow by train to feed the ducks and enjoy a picnic by the river. We will soak our friends in a water balloon fight, make boats with junk modelling and do some ice and water paintings. . We will bake beach themed goodies and splash around in various games.

Around the World Week: 12-16 August

We are going on an international adventure this week learning about different places across the globe from Europe to Asia, Africa and Australia. We will enjoy African Drumming and Bollywood dancing workshops, we’ll learn to make pizza as we travel to Italy and we will jump around like kangaroos at the local park as we learn about Australia. Our menu this week is international and children will have the chance to try food from around the world.

Climbers & Creepers Week: 19-23 August

I’m a celebrity, get me outta here! Brace yourself for a wild week packed with den building, bug hunting, fossil art, building bug hotels, and getting dirty in the mud collecting critters for our bug hunt jars. We will challenge ourselves in Adventure Golf and Reptile man will bring along his scaly critters . We will put ourselves to the physical test with some games and races at Braywick Park and running track and we will even try our hand at some sticky web experiments and play bug charades.

Festival Week: 26-30 August

Get ready for an epic festival bonanza! There will be classic games like hook-a-duck and ball in a bucket, you can dive into the lucky dip, and test your skills at the guessing booth. We will head out on a ‘Back to School’ shopping trip this week and enjoy an end of summer treat at McDonald’s for lunch. Get your sparkle on with a visit from Sass & Sparkle face painting and there will be glitter tattoos, a nail bar and henna. Treat yourself to a scrumptious ice cream from the Simmy Whippy van. Movie time awaits with our favourite super villain Gru, and we’ll wrap up summer with a pizza-eating disco! Let the good times roll!

Each day, Discovery children have the freedom to take part in a variety of sport and physical activities like basketball, football, skipping, bouldering and bench ball, as well as enjoy a range of free-time activities including board games, colouring in, Lego competitions, group games, and a wide selection of arts and crafts materials to choose from and enjoy at their own leisure. We have a pool table and a table football table, and a chill out zone for those just wanting to read books or magazines, do some scrapbooking or make something out of the wide range of materials available. 

Please note: While we do plan to visit the park every day, this is weather dependent.