All About MOK

We welcome children from reception age to year 6.

See the booking page for further details.

The Great Outdoors

At MOK Holiday Clubs we love spending time outdoors connecting with and learning about nature through adventurous and creative activities. MOK provides a wide range of activities for children to do during the day, as well as free time for some independent exploration and creation. We want all our MOK children to learn new skills, make new friends, gain new knowledge, try new things and have loads of outdoor fun whilst doing so.

Forest School

At least one of our MOK leaders at each Holiday Club is Forest School Level 3 qualified so we always include age-appropriate Forest School and Bushcraft activities. Learning to use hand tools, lighting campfires, identifying flora and fauna, climbing trees and building dens are all skills that our MOK children quickly get to grips with, alongside fun team games and creating natural art!

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As well as Outdoor Learning skills, all our MOK Leaders have experience of working with children, either as a teacher, TA, nursery nurse or sports instructor. Our aims are to instil children with a love and awe of nature, to help them develop the confidence and self-belief to 'give things a go', and to use their imaginations creatively. We also try to burn off as much energy as possible before sending them home in the evening!

Food & Drink

We are asking all children to bring their own lunch, snacks and drinks. We can fill drinks bottles throughout the day. As a treat, we toast s'mores over the campfire every afternoon and have hot chocolate to warm our tummies!

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Our Holiday Club is mainly based at Weston Park. We have access to the whole site, plus use of a Forest School site opened by Educating Kids Outdoors (EKO). Plus when required, indoor spaces to craft and have lunch.

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Depending on how long the holiday break is, our 1 day session is £40 and 2 day sessions are £75.

We try to stay outside as much as possible to use the full site and grounds.

Session Times

We have a staggered drop off time from 8.30am - 9.00am and staggered pick up time from 4.30pm - 5.00pm.

This supports our working parents and avoids parents gathering at the start and end of the day.


We want all children to be able to enjoy our outdoor sessions, so the correct footwear and outerwear needs to be worn to keep them warm and dry. This includes wellies, waterproof trousers and a coat with a hood if there is risk of rain (and there often is!). Clothes that you don't mind getting muddy are important too!  

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Keeping Safe

Safety of the children is our number one priority at all times but our approach is one of 'risk benefits' ie. learning to recognise and deal with risk appropriately, not risk avoidance.