Sum­mer camp with some je ne sais quoi

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SCOOP SCHOOL -

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.

OOH LA LA: Young­sters have a fan­tas­tic time un­der­taken a ranger of ac­tiv­i­ties at French Sum­mer Camp

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