Hutchesons’ February Holiday Club 2022

The Hutchesons’ Holiday Club was a great success during the February week, with pupils having lots of fun taking part in activities and learning brand new skills.

On Monday, the children enjoyed a day of baking, creating a variety of wonderful cupcakes, biscuits, truffles and heart shaped chocolates.

On Tuesday, the group became detectives for the day, receiving cryptic messages to solve various puzzles in a bid to find a missing cake.

They were successful on their mission and had lots of fun working together as a team to crack various codes.

Wednesday had pupils rolling up their sleeves as they took part in a mammoth arts and crafts extravaganza. Amongst the crafts, the group created dream catchers, teddies in a tin, grass heads, pencil toppers, flip books, key rings, jewellery, masks, photo frames and more. A fun, messy and creative day was had by all.

The group enjoyed a visit from Animal Man on Thursday, with everyone getting up close and personal with a python, rabbit, duck, chicken, iguana, mouse, cockroach, tarantula and giant snail. The children enjoyed learning all about the animals and insects on the day.

Due to snowy weather conditions on Friday, there was a change to the original plan. Following consultation with the children, they all decided to enjoy a lazy last day together. Everyone wore their PJ’s, watched a movie, baked and decorated biscuits and enjoyed hot chocolate with marshmallows. The weather did not spoil their fun and everyone enjoyed the cosy day together, rounding off the end of another very successful February week.

For more information on the Hutchesons’ Holiday clubs, please visit Primary After-School & Holiday Care – Hutchesons’ Grammar School Glasgow. #WeAreHutchie #Belong #Achieve

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