IMPORTANT NOTE (13 July 2019):
We are now close to capacity for the Club. Only a few places remain. If you are still hoping to attend the Club, please could you email Peter at the btinternet address on the flyer image further down this page to check availability (or send a message via this website). We don’t want people turning up on the day and being disappointed at not getting a place.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE CLUB:
We are excited to be running a children’s holiday club in conjunction with the wonderful Out of the Box.
Out of the Box (Scotland) Ltd (OOTB) is a charity set up in 2004 to provide Christian outreach using puppetry, song and other forms of performing arts.
Chris Watt, Children’s Worker with OOTB, will lead the club, which will be held in the Hall at St James’ Church from 10am to 12 noon, Monday to Friday (15 – 19 July 2019).
The club is open to Primary school children.
At the lower age level, this means children who, by July 2019, have completed Primary 1 (it does not include children who will be starting P1 in August 2019).
The title of the club is “Navigate”.
The material was written by Chris and his colleagues at OOTB.
It has an outdoor adventure theme and includes videos shot in the Cairngorms, giving everything a “local” feel. As you would expect, there will be plenty of opportunity for craft-making, action songs, Bible stories, puppets, challenges and loads of fun (plus juice and snacks).
Information has been distributed to local primary schools.
Margaret Burns and Rev. Geoff McKee have given talks to children at Hythehill and St Gerardine’s Primary Schools in the week beginning 10 June 2019 and children have received postcard flyers about the Club and registration forms. These should be returned by 24 June 2019 but “late” returns are still acceptable.
The club is open to any child (within the age range mentioned above) and free to attend.
However, places may have to be limited. The room we use for the Club has a capacity of 80 and there will be up to 20 adult helpers. (From our previous experience with Holiday Clubs, we do not expect to be oversubscribed but you never know).
If there are still places available after 24 June (and we confirm that there are still places!), registration will remain open until all places are taken.
If you have any questions at this point about the Children’s Holiday Club in Lossiemouth, feel free to contact us via this website.
You can download a PDF consent/registration form by clicking here – or a Word version of the form by clicking here. Forms can be submitted to Peter Brash via the btinternet email address at the foot of the flyer image, below.