Summer camp with some je ne sais quoi
MORE THAN 100 children enjoyed three days of a French Summer Camp in Gerrards Cross.
Held at the Memorial Centre, East Common, the youngsters took part in activity days.
They baked cakes and cookies, made a giant octopus and photo frames, plant pots and lots of other craft projects.
There was also a pirate adventure session from Footiebugs – the UK’s leading children’s football based activity – a dance workshop, and many games, stories and songs.
Deputy principal Debbie Lomax said: “We had lots of fun despite it pouring with rain every day.
“The children learnt lots of new French through singing, games and stories, as well as taking part in all the activities.
“Everyone was beautifully behaved and I’m sure there were a lot of tired children at the end.”
For details of the Christmas camp and French classes for children aged two to nine years of age, visit www. thelittlelanguageacademy. co.uk.
OOH LA LA: Youngsters have a fantastic time undertaken a ranger of activities at French Summer Camp