Summer Camp


Summer Camp

Summer is a time to relax and enjoy. A special summer program is organized between mid June and mid July. The program is designed to bring out maximum enjoyment to children.

The Flopsy Bunnies Playgroup ensures that the child is never “lost in the crowd” but is nurtured emotionally and intellectually by caring and loving staff in a warm and a happy family environment.

It is a special children’s world.

Parents see it when they visit, children  feel it every day

English Summer Camp for children 2.5 to 8 years old

Mid June  -  Mid July

Welcome to the Funzone, the ultimate kids Camp! Come and have the time of your life. Join the Flopsy Bunnies Summer Day Camp!

Theme Programme

Flopsy day campers enjoy an exciting summer of time travel ranging from visiting Jurasic Park, Underwater Adventures in Mermaid Lagoons, Knights and Princesses in Medieval Castles, visits to Indian Villages Adventures in the African Jungle, visits to the Magic Faraway Fairy Tree and Swashbuckling Treasure Hunts with vile ferocious Pirates.

Creative programme

Create Pop Art with your fingers and feet. Make 3D Tyranosaurus Rex, medieval high towered castles, Indian bead necklaces, King’s crown, ocean tiaras and jewelery, magic wands and the Jolly Roger pirate flag.
Sing mermaid songs, dance the flower fairy dance and move to the rhythm of the african tribal drums.

Swimming lessons

All children are taken to the swimming pool and are given lessons by expert instructors three time a week. Children are divided according to their swimming ability level (making use of, both adult and baby pools)

Action play: Physical and Sport Play

Good old playground games, balls, ropes, hulahoops sacs, tag Hide and Seek, Hop Scotch, and more. Ball play, run in a sac, pull the rope, dance, roll over jump skip and run. Action guaranteed!!

Water Play

We at the Flopsy bunnies love to stay cool and wet in summer. We wash toys, dishes and everything children love to wash at home if mmumy let them.

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(Robert Fulghum)

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