Fun at Half Term 2018!

During every school holiday, we are dedicated to providing quality activities for all of the children in our care to attend.  Over half term, we enjoyed a few visits out and around Birmingham and the Black Country.

Head Over Heels

Based in Kingswinford, Head Over Heels is a beautiful unique salon that fostering, freedom fostering, fostering wolverhamptonspecialises in parties; princess, pamper, catwalk parties and makeover parties.

On 19 February, we invited twelve girls to join us in our very exclusive princess and catwalk party.  They loved getting their hair done, glitter tattoos, enjoying foot spas, and beautiful stardust glitter hair and faces.

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They were also given the opportunity to dress up as real life princesses and partake in a catwalk event to their favourite songs.

A fountain of drink was on tap to enjoy as well as snacks.  As a special treat afterwards, staff took them to Cosmos in Wednesfield for an international buffet lunch so that the girls could try a variety of foods.  To finish off, everyone was given a very special gift bag packed full of nail varnish and body glitter!

Cadbury World

On 22 February, we invited all of our children and young people to join us at Cadbury World in Bourneville, Birmingham.  Travelling by coach and car, they were treated to a chocolate tour to see the history of chocolate and how it’s made.  Indulging in lots of chocolate samples, everyone had lots of fun learning and exploring the different areas.

The new ride at Cadbury World means you can mix fun with education which the children enjoyed.  They really loved the 4D cinema and free melted chocolate drink!  Throughout the tour, we encountered lots of characters in dress up and the everyone was given the chance to take photos.

Dudley Bowlplex

On 20 February, the boys were invited to Tenpin Dudley where you can enjoy bowling, playing pool as well as many arcades.

The boys had a choice to do bowling or go to see Black Panther, where they could learn about different cultures.  They were treated to lots of snacks and drinks whilst honing their bowling skills, there were definitely lots of burgers and chips eaten!


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