June Newsletter

Hello!

That's it everyone, one month and counting until the schools break up (even less for those with children in 6ème and up), but before then, we all have to survive the whirlwind that is the month of June. Full of Kermesses, dance shows, sports demonstrations and of the course the last minute rush to sort out and fill up the 8 long weeks of the "grandes vacances"! If you still need to find some great activities to keep your children occupied this summer, look no further! Read on to discover KidooLand's programme of holiday workshops for 4 to 16 year olds as well as a few hints and tips for the month ahead.

Our BIG news this month is that we have the keys for our new premises! 190m2 of additional space for birthdays, events, early years, theatre and more. Activities for adults in September will include Yoga in English, Pilates, Dance and English conversation. Drop off the children and learn English yourself! Follow our progress with the hashtag #kidoolandisgrowing #kidoolandgrandit

In this edition of our monthly Newsletter:

  • Spotlight on... AdoLand and the summer workshops aimed specifically at teens!

  • Holiday workshops – a reminder about all our summer holiday workshops for youngsters.

  • French classes for your children at KidooLand.

  • Sign up for September!

  • KidooLand is expanding...

  • Coming soon... the all new KidooClub!

  • Boost your English.

  • Antonia recommends for littlies…

  • A few ideas for things to do this month…

Happy reading!

SPOTLIGHT ON - ADOLAND!

There are still a few spaces left for our AdoLand programmes. At AdoLand, teens have 2 options:

1.) Adoland Classic Workshops for teens aged 10-16.

A great programme full of activities with several excursions per week, all in English of course and all designed to keep teens happy and stimulated. Vallauris / Sophia Antipolis.

2.) K'ELITE "Leadership in Training"

LAST PLACES

For teens thinking about working with children in the future, why not join the K'ELITE programme and see what it's really like to be an "animateur". The K'ELITE programme is divided into 3 levels, with level 1 accessible for teens 12 and over. The teens will learn what it's really like to work as an animateur, including learning about issues such as health and safety, good leadership skills, positive encouragement, best practices for dealing with children etc..