Celebrating The Winter Olympics This February!

This February we are celebrating the Winter Olympics! Our ‘No Snow’ Olympics may be lacking the traditional snow, ice and cold temperatures needed to run the Winter Olympics, but we’ve got smiles, laughter and fun in abundance!

We will be open from Monday 12th until Friday 16th February and

you can find us in BrightonHovePortslade and Sompting.

Click here to Book Online

Click below to view out February Holiday Club 2018 Leaflet!


Activity Preview for February Holiday Club

Below are three examples of the dozens of great activities we have planned for Holiday Club:

Indoor Curling game – Children will work together to glide their stones into the points!

(N)ice Hockey – All the fun of hockey with no ice! Featuring goals, hockey sticks and team play!

Snow-tastic Olympics crafts – Children will have a whole library of Winter Olympics inspired crafts..from bobsleigh creations to designing their own ski course!


All About Ddakji!

And our junior aged children will have the opportunity to try out Ddakji! A South Korean game that requires players to craft a Tile using Origami. Once you’ve created your tile you use it to flip over Tiles made by other players! Ddakji is very similar to the game of POGS which was a huge craze in the 1990s.

(Check out this video to see one being made)


Taekwondo Workshop

Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and Olympic sport. It makes the perfect workshop to celebrate the 2018 Winter Olympics, which are hosted by South Korea. Available at the following locations and clubs: 

Tuesday 13th - Stanford and Fairlight
Wednesday 14th - Sompting and Peter Gladwin
Thursday 15th - Brunswick Infant & Juniors and School Road

We will have loads of information about these available soon on our trips and workshop page, which can be found here: View Workshop and Trip List

You can book these now, or later, or whenever is convenient for you!

February Locations

Locations open from 12th - 16th February 2018

Stanford Junior School   
Hove School
Brunswick Juniors
Brunswick Infants
Peter Gladwin
Sompting Village
Fairlight Primary School

play explorers

About Play Explorers


We know how important play is for children’s development and well-being, and that they explore and learn so much through play. We therefore pronounce all children who attend our Holiday Clubs Play Explorers and this initiative will underpin our Holiday Club activities.

Click here to visit the Play Explorers micro-site



We look forward to seeing you in club!

Kind Regards,
Sam Thomson and Tanya Petherick,