Pop along to our weekly term-time Bookbug sessions on Fridays from 9.00-9.45am in the Livingstone Hall at St Columba’s Junior School, Knockbuckle Road, Kilmacolm.
Bookbug sessions are free, fun and friendly events for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and their families to enjoy together. Each session lasts around 45 minutes and includes songs, stories and rhymes. Our session is hosted by Miss Victoria Jones who works in our Early Years department and is a Scottish Book Trust Bookbug session leader.
We look forward to welcoming you and your little ones. Sessions run until the 22nd of June 2018.
The 8-week Spring sessions run on a Tuesday evening from 7-9pm at Senior School: Tuesday 16th Jan - 13th Feb (closed for mid term holiday) then 6th Mar - 20th Mar.
To find out more contact Helen Mathie or call 01505 872238. You can download your booking form here.
Creative Communities, which is hosted by St Columba’s, aims to encourage people, especially young people, to enjoy the power of storytelling. It offers a programme of events and workshops facilitated by Victoria Finnigan and open to any member of the community free of charge.
Story Detectives is a free creative writing club for children. There are two classes, one for Junior 5 – Transitus (P7), and for Senior I – Senior III. It’s open to all children who live locally. We have an exciting programme lined up, including short story writing, writing for comics, screen writing (TV and film), and creating super heroes and villains.
The club runs on a Thursday from 4pm – 5.15pm in the Kilmacolm New Community Centre - dates for the autumn term TBC. For further details and to register your child for this unique opportunity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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