Baby, Toddler and Child Friendly Holidays in South West France
Kids Club

Panda Club - Pagel's Kids Club

Panda Club

The Panda Club is supervised by Cathy who has had a wealth of experience with children and has run breakfast clubs, after school clubs as well as 3-5 day activity camps.
As school coordinator for art, PSHE (personal, social & health education), RE, Healthy Schools, Literacy, Philosophy for Children, Cathy is more than qualified to look after and keep your little ones engaged and active at the Panda Club.

Full of games and crafts, the woodland comes alive with the singing, hunting and creating in this clearing amongst the trees.

Timetables are planned for different age groups and sessions that are suitable for children aged 2-11 years.  Booking is usually required in advance and although parents can have some much-needed personal space and time, their presence on site is required.

For the younger kids:-
Taking place in the lower woodland area
* den building (with boxes)
* giant bubble blowing
* animal mask making
* butterfly & dragonfly mobiles
* face-painting & pirate songs on the pirate ship
* treasure hunt
* mini-beast hunt
* tree decorating
* teepee making

Activities for older kids:-
Taking part in the upper woodland area
* den building
* giant bubble blowing
* totem pole trees
* imaginary creature making
* flag designing
* pirate treasure hunt
* stone painting
* tie dye
* glass painting


Whether they’re Peter Pan, a sparkly princess or a heroic knight in shining armour our Panda Club sessions will take them off on a magical adventure. Fighting dragons or rescuing princesses are all part of the kids mission so be prepared for the kids to have fun and lose themselves in the magic of Pagel.

 

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Guestbook comments

Fantastic holiday at Pagel. Perfect setting for toddlers – with a safe pool, playbarn and acres of fields covered in slides and a huge pirate ship. My son loved picking wild strawberries and hiding in the wooden tepee. There’s an element of mixing with other families but privacy too and everything on hand for the children so no need to bring toys or books or equipment. It has been thought through very well to make for the easiest of family holidays.

Ceri, Stephen & Finn (2) - June 2015