If you’re looking for a February half term holiday club, we’ve got a great selection of ideas from multi activity day camps to creative, sporty and techy, all around Oxfordshire, that will keep your kids entertained. Click on the links in red below for further information.
SuperCamps multi activity camps for 4-12 year olds run in line with a Theme of the week. They give children the opportunity to try new activities and learn different skills, along with favourites like arts and crafts, sports and games.
Multi Activity & Sport February Half Term Holiday Clubs
SuperCamps (Summertown, Oxford) – multi activity camps for 4-12 year olds. Staff are experts in childcare; passionate about character development, they are committed to delivering our FUNdamentals in a safe and secure environment.
House of Fun Holiday Camp – my boys have been here before and had a great time. They’re family run and have a huge amount of energy and lots of variety from sports to crafts and cooking.
Ignite Sport – a fun club for kids who enjoy a variety of sports and activities
Sibford School Fun in the Country Holiday Club (halfway between Banbury & Chipping Norton) – Activities include art, crafts, forest school, swimming sessions, dance, climbing, team games, sports and outdoor play.
Woodstock Gymnastics Club (Woodstock) – suitable from 5 years +, try new activities, make friends and develop their gymnastics skills using a wide range of apparatus.
Jamie Cassidy Soccer School (Bicester) – regularly recommended on Bicester Facebook groups, they run football holiday camps during the school holidays as well as term time classes.
Camp Adventure (Bicester) – Bicester Leisure Centre’s activity programme allowing children to learn new skills, make new friends and have great fun in a safe environment
Ultimate Activity Camps (Headington, Oxford) – providing outstanding activity day camps for children aged 4-14 during the school holidays, where the children’s welfare and fun are at the heart of all we do!
Get Active Sports (Didcot) – exciting, energetic and educational children’s Multi Activity Holiday Camps.
Kid Active Club (Headington, Oxford) – provide a wonderful mix of high and low energy indoor and outdoor activities that include arts and crafts, toys, games, role play, music, dance and a range of sports and games on a child-led free flowing timetable set within a sociable and caring environment.
Magpies Holiday Club (Kidlington) – perfect for younger kids, they run a range of indoor and outdoor activities.
Camp Adventure (Kidlington) – holiday club run at the Kidlington & Gosford Leisure Centre.
Star Strike football coaching (Bloxham) – fun football coaching, games and matches for girls and boys of all abilities in Y2-Y5. Attend all week and win a mini-football!
Vicky’s Holiday Club (Witney) – for ages 4-14 years offering a wide range of activities to suit all ages including arts & crafts and sports.
Muddy Explorers Woodland Holiday Club (Evenley Woods on the boarder of Oxfordshire near Brackley) – for children aged 5 – 12 years. A fun woodland based holiday club to re-wild your child.
CW Active (Chinnor nr Thame) – CW Active Sports provide a range of sports and activities to children over the school holidays. The carefully planned sessions are designed to keep children physically active throughout their time at camps whilst enjoying time with their friends.
Thame Leisure Centre Holiday Club (Thame) – activities generally include; Swimming, Basketball, Cricket, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Bouncy Castle, Football, Go-Karts, Table Tennis, Craft, Treasure Hunt, Street Dance, Archery and Racquet Sports.
Creative February Half Term Holiday Clubs
Artworks Holiday Classes (Oxford) – held in a huge, bright and spacious room at St Marys and St Johns Primary School, in a huge big room, aspiring artists will really enjoy. My eldest loved printmaking and we have his picture framed at home.
Drama workshops at the Theatre (Chipping Norton) – lots of great options at the Theatre Chipping Norton this February half term for children from 5 to 16. It’s a great way for kids to build their confidence, make new friends and have lots of fun
Bright Sparks half term science holiday camp (Oxford) – running on Mon 19th Feb only, the ‘Winter Wonderland’ workshop will explore how animals have adapted to cold climates, the science behind snowflakes and ice crystal formation and how to build an igloo.
If you’re looking for activities to do with your child over February half term, check out the Red Kite Days’ guide to what’s on in Oxfordshire.