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This summer the children at Hutton Rudby's summer holiday club have travelled the globe!!

Each week the upper room transformed into a luxury aeroplane and the children, mostly ages 4-11 years old, travelled to a new and exotic countries. Once they had arrived at their destination (in the school room at the back of the Hub!) they learnt about the culture of that country, a bit of the language, as well as sampling some local food! They had brilliant fun making lots of crafts based around that country. They made everything from Aztec headdresses, to Captain American shields, giant mosaics to delicate Indian jewellery! I think the parents loved it too, especially the cake decorating craft!

"O! The Places you will go!!" and we went! We travelled to France, Macedonia, Peru, India and America. Thanks to some wonderful volunteers the sessions were led by people who were from, had lived or were closely connected to each country, so we all got an excellent insight into each place!

What's more is the fun doesn't end there! Kids Club continues every Wednesday in term time. 3.30-4.30pm at the Hub and Messy Church is the first Wednesday of every month 3.30-4.30 pm. We also have 'Game On', our computing gaming club for Y4 upwards! See the circuit calendar for the next date.

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