The popular Camp Teepee adventure day camp is returning to the Paragon school in Bath over the half term on 30-31 October. Camp Teepee promised promises fun-filled adventures, open to children from all schools from the age of 6-11 years of age.
Camp Teepee gives children the chance to learn new skills, develop their confidence and have a great time in a safe outdoor environment. Each day they make something to bring home as a memento – as well as a pile of muddy clothes and a huge grin!
Among the fun, children can look forward to fire lighting, trails to buried treasure, campfire songs, smelly potion concoctions, raft building for a crew of jelly babies, wooden stick carving, camp fire cooking, wild drumming, woodland detective games, shelter building, fireside jam doughnuts, sculptures, clay creature crafting… and so much more…
Don’t worry, there is access to toilets and clean drinking water within the main school buildings!
One mum whose child recently attended a Camp Teepee commented, “Can’t thank you all enough. The kids haven’t stopped talking about the camp. Loved absolutely everything about it, so difficult to get them to prioritise their favourites. But, in no particular order they said they loved the staff (great fun and thoroughly welcoming), face painting, tribe, survival games, all the cooking on the open fire, how everyone was open to the kids ideas, the making things and creative moments.”
Camp Teepee costs £35 per day, per child, and wrap-around childcare is available. To book, click here.
A happy parent