October Holiday Camp in Abgindon

St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School, Radley Road, Abingdon, OX14 3PP
Wednesday 30th October 2019, 9.00am-3.30pm

Monster Science!

What if terrifying creatures were indeed prowling the big, wide world? Could they really exist? And if so, how? Explore the scientific principles behind the legends such as Frankenstein, Vampires, Zombies and Werewolves. Uncover your phobias and find out what happens to your body when you are afraid. With fun games and science crafts, there is plenty to satisfy an appetite for all things monster and engage the imaginations of children to get them excited about science.  

 

£30 per child (aged 5-11 years)

Children are to bring packed lunch with them.

All Holiday Camp Bookings will now be processed online
via Active Network.
Please see the link below to register!

SIBLING DISCOUNT

Reduced prices for additional children in the same family. Book your second or third child for just £24 each (Standard price £30). SAVE 10% for each additional sibling.

CHILDCARE VOUCHERS

As we are an activity provider offering specific tuition to help children improve their scientific skills, we are exempt from being Ofsted registered and are therefore unfortunately unable to accept childcare vouchers.

Holiday Science Camps

Bright Sparks Events science holiday activities are designed to entertain primary school aged children during the school holidays. We provide a safe environment for practical investigations, so children can come along and experiment for themselves, take part in our science challenges and investigate how things work. With some great WOW demonstrartions too, it’ll be an unforgettable experience!

What will they do?

Explore the scientific principles behind the legends such as Frankenstein, Vampires, Zombies and Werewolves. Uncover your phobias and find out what happens to your body when you are afraid. With fun games and science crafts, there is plenty to satisfy an appetite for all things monster and engage the imaginations of children to get them excited about science.