What it’s all about
One of the things parents and children love about our clubs is that there’s always plenty of equipment and activities to entertain everyone! At Sparks, we promote a culture of inclusion and it’s great to see children of varying ages and abilities getting together, interacting with one another and enjoying activities as a group.
However, we believe in giving children the freedom to choose how they play and spend their leisure time, so Taningua provides an alternative environment that is especially designed for bigger Sparks.
Away from the little ones, the older children are free to explore more challenging activities, sophisticated cooking classes and more intricate crafting tasks. Day trips are also a little more adventurous, from climbing the rigging of the SS Great Britain to ceramic painting at Flying Saucers pottery cafe.
In 2012, we asked the children to come up with a name for this exciting new club, and Taningua was settled upon because it means ‘Teenager’ in Icelandic. An ice cool name for an ice cool club.
What we get up to
Previous Taningua activities have included:
- Gorge walking
- Mountain biking
- High & low ropes
- Raft building
- Cookery Masterclasses
- Craft workshops
- Digital photography
When and where
Taningua runs alongside the Holiday Club at Fairlawn School and is held in the Hut 6338 on St Bartholomews Road or St Bart’s Church Hall on Maurice Road.
We run from 09:00 to 15:30 in Hut 6388. An additional session can be booked from 15:30 to 17:45 - please contact us for details.
Taningua runs during the Holidays and can be booked through your Libacura Account.
|Session||Times||Price per child|
|Full day||08:15 – 17:45||£34.70|
|School day||09:00 – 15:30||£26.55|
|Add-on||15:30 – 17:45||£8.20|
|All day trip||08:15 – 17:45||£40.80|
|All day trip incl. admission||08:15 – 17:45||£45.90|
What to bring
Some things to remember to bring to Taningua…
- Packed lunch with a drink
- Spare clothes for certain activities i.e. sunhat
- Swimming costume and towel
*We must have written permission from a parent or guardian to supply medication.