As the second week of New Directions Education Swansea Summer Camp in Dunvant Primary draws to an end, the children and staff have reported that they have had a fantastic week. With more children attending and the weather improving, they have had the opportunity to undertake many more exciting activities. While loom bands are still being changed into every design imaginable, the children have also had a go at making felt, designing their own masks, creating and competing in their own obstacle courses and turned their culinary skills to making rice crispy cakes which were enjoyed by all.
Next week Oliver Tune will be joining the Summer Camp team and with his background in Scouts Leadership there with be a wide range of related indoor and outdoor activities on offer. The children will also be turning their hands to pottery, clay making and innovative craft projects. New Directions Account Manager, Lauren Webb has spent two days at the Summer Camp this week and said ‘the Summer Camp so far has been greatly enjoyed by the children to the point where they are asking their parents to book them in for additional days. Although we have a wide range of activities available, we are finding that loom bands are the most popular option and the children have trained us well in making them!’