Our Facilities

Our Facilities

We plan & deliver a range of activities at Sticky Fingers.

Sticky Fingers club offers a variety of activities in different sized halls. We operate a 1:8 ratio.

The children use the halls for their activities and recreation. This can vary from Reading, Arts & Crafts, Imaginary Play and indoor sports such as Football.

Small Hall:
The small hall is used for Early Years children where they are able to find their feet and become more confident. Within this space is also used a quiet relaxation area.

Big Hall:
The Big hall is mainly used for Breakfast, Lunch and Snack Time, Arts & Crafts, Imaginary Play and Indoor sports.

(a) Breakfast, Lunch and Snack Time: A section of the large Hall is used for Breakfast, Lunch and Snack on various sessions. It is the only room where eating is allowed. However, once the children have finished eating and the tables and chairs are put away, the vicinity then becomes a part of the children’s activity that has been setup.

In addition, the children use this room to create and bake an assortment of dishes. With the help and supervision of a play leader, the children are allowed to bake cakes, make biscuits, fruit salads, rice crispy cakes, marshmallow’s and different sweets eaten all over the world etc.

(b) Arts & Craft: The arts and craft section is where a member of staff prepares planned activities for the children.
With the aid of equipment such as the material bin, this contains an array of colorful textiles; with which the children can design and create many things; from mask making, to murals.

(c) Imaginary Play: Such activities allow the children to construct an assortment of themes therefore, permitting creativity through their hands, and it helps in the development of imagination, through play. Some of the equipment such as the home corner and action figurines are always readily available for the children to use their imagination with.

(d) Indoor Sports: Various sports are enjoyed using Bean bags, Hula Hoops, football, parachute, Badminton, skipping and snooker.

The children get to choose the kind of game/s that they would like to play. Sometimes this hall is divided into two halves, if there are equal amounts of children wanting to participate in different activities.

The children can choose the type of game they would like to play, whether it be creating and performing a play, choreographed dancing (with the aid of the play leaders), or tic-tac-toe tag games, all of the activities are supervised and monitored by play leaders.