With May half-term just around the corner, Coventry Sports Foundation has another line-up of exciting events lined up to keep kids active over the break. From Monday 29 May until Friday 2 June, the organisations three venues will all be hosting a range of sports, games and activities.

Alongside the usual array of trampolining, gymnastics, athletics, archery and basketball, there’ll also be arts and crafts, talent shows and a series of special sessions, including a performing arts camp at Xcel Leisure Centre, a musical theatre camp at the Alan Higgs Centre and a Beauty and the Beast-themed day at Centre AT7.

Wendy Jackson, community development manager at Coventry Sports Foundation, said: “The Easter break may have only just come to an end, but Coventry Sports Foundation is already planning ahead to the May half term. The foundation’s activities are the perfect way for children to keep themselves active during the break from school and be entertained at the same time. We have so many different activities and events taking place there is something to suit all tastes. But parents are advised to book places quickly to avoid disappointment.”

The three centres will run school holiday events for 5-11-year-olds between 9am and 3pm, with early bird and extra club time sessions running from 8.30am to 9am and 3pm to 4pm as well. Themed activities and camps will be running on specific days and cost £14 per child.

All children must be suitably dressed for activities, and have plenty of drinks and a packed lunch for day sessions. No jewellery is allowed to be worn while taking part in activities. For activities on trampolines children will not be allowed to take part if wearing jeans.

For more information about the events, including costs, timings and booking details, visit covsf.com.