Program sparks holiday fun
A rock school and fort battle were highlights of the Spark Holiday Program run in Warragul last week.
The school holiday program run by St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School was open to all children aged five to 15 years in the community.
One of the highlights was the High Voltage Rock School. These workshops were open to children of all skill levels, from those who had never touched an instrument to already capable musicians.
The focus was teaching children how to play in a band. At the end of each session, families were invited to watch what they had worked on throughout the day.
Another activity was the Fort Boards and Nerf Battle. This activity was very popular, and looked like a lot of fun as each team assembled a fort before enjoying various challenges.
Yet another activity was Beads, Bangles and Bracelets. Kids were able to unleash their creativity by making a bracelet or necklace from wooden and glass beads.
Other activities that took place throughout the program included robotics, basketball, performing arts, CSI: Warragul and Dinosaur Stomp.
Program coordinator Christie Bransgrove described Thursday as the “biggest day” they’ve ever had, and it was clear why. The kids were clearly having a blast.