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What to do in school summer holidays in 2020?

More than ever our children need something to do this summer.  With so many weeks off school and a lack of structure and routine, the long summer holiday will not be as longed for.   With a limit on foreign travel too and the British holiday destinations looking like they might be overcrowded, having a stay-cation is perhaps more appealing.

However, as parents, we have used up all the creative ideas for stay at home activities.

What the children need more than ever is some social interaction and some motivation to get their bodies moving. Summer camps are a great place to learn a new skill and make new friends.  In a year when social interactions have been limited, children, in particular, may have lost their confidence in a social environment since being away from school for a long period of time so summer clubs are a good way to dip their toe back in.  With more time spent online for schooling as well as fun, it’s more important than ever to get the kids out of the house and interacting with others. And if your child isn’t a competitive sportsman, maybe a performing arts activity can offer them a balance of exercise, creativity and fun that they need. Following the update on government guidelines for out of school settings Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools  can offer you summer school activities in a safe environment in the following locations:

10th – 14th August 2020

Jigsaw Balham,

Jigsaw Watford,

Jigsaw Harlow

17th – 21st August 2020

Jigsaw Hendon 

24th – 28th August 2020

Jigsaw Stevenage

Jigsaw Summer workshops will be packed full of performing arts fun.  With lots of drama, dance and singing activities focusing on building the children’s confidence and self esteem, we will create a happy environment whilst maintaining enhanced health and safety measures.

 

For more information go to our website www.jigsaw-arts.co.uk/holiday-workshops