The Paragon’s ever popular holiday camps of Camp Teepee and Paragon Art School were once again held during the Easter holidays. As usual both were a huge success!
At Camp Teepee the children were blessed with sunny weather, so had an amazing time in the school’s woodlands. Mr Isherwood, Year 6 class teacher and Outdoor Learning Lead had planned some wonderful activities for the children including making pea shooters out of elder wood, roasting apples on the campfire, making sculptures out of clay, concocting stinky potions and playing capture the flag in Bark Wood and much, much more!
Whilst at Paragon Art School, The Paragon’s Head of Art, Miss Hucks led the children in a large scale drawing workshop themed around the sculpture of renowned artist Sophie Ryder. By the end of the day, the children had created some brilliant ink and chalk drawings of Spring hares. A wonderful sight!
We will be running further holiday camps during the summer half-term break and in the summer holidays. Dates for both Camp Teepee and Paragon Art School have just been released. Click here for further information and to access the booking forms.
"Capture the Flag was the best thing ever! I love Camp Teepee!"One of the children attending Camp Teepee