Term 2 Pass x 10
For any Location Term 2 2022 (Apr-Jul)
- Starts 24 JuneStarts 24 June
- 145 Australian dollars$145
- Any Locations available
10 x Session pass - To be used during Term 2 2022 ONLY at any session times that are available. Disclosure: You will still need to to book your spot when you are wanting to use it. It is not a guarantee you will get a spot for the session you want. The more notice the better chance of getting into the session you want. You will receive an email with a coupon code that will apply when you book the sessions you would like to attend. This pass can be used all at once (with friends or family) and/or at separate sessions. 45mins session - (Parents/Carers are expected to stay and supervise (play with) their child(ren) at all time) Children are given the freedom to move around at their own pace and explore the structured activities prepared. Different Weekly Theme Where possible homemade with edible / pantry items and/or 100% safe non-toxic. At least 6 different messy/sensory stations each week with EYLF outcomes Be ready to get messy (including parents) Our sessions do not solely focus on producing an end product, but gives the child/ren an opportunity to learn that it's ok to be messy whilst building, imagining, experiencing, investigating, exploring, creating, observing, and use other senses. All our staff members have WWCC and fully insured What to Bring: Change of clothes (for both child and parent) A towel Your happy adventurous self! Please read our Terms and Conditions before booking.
Due to hire charges, preparation and material costs, payment is non-refundable or non-changeable for missed sessions. Payment must be made prior to the commencement of the first session. Nicky Nacky Noo reserves the right to cancel a session or event without refund in circumstances beyond our control (i.e. adverse weather conditions, closure of the venue, staff illness). Although we will endeavour to run catch up session or events when possible.
Nicky Nacky Noo - Messy Play, Lake Haven NSW, Australia