Euro Bugs is an educational Holiday Club for 5-11 year olds, situated at                       The Link, Nailsea School

Upcoming events:

Introductory offer

Euro Bugs celebrate Easter

1/2 price – Easter Activities Day, just £20 ( Normally £40 )  

Wednesday 28th March, 9.00am – 4.00pm.

Come and join in the fun on Wed 28th March, for a day jam packed with games and activities to celebrate Easter and learn about European festivities.  

Go the the bookings page to sign up

About the Club

Open during school holidays, Euro Bugs Holiday Club is a safe and stimulating environment in which children’s personal and social development is nurtured through games and activities with a European dimension.


  • To foster interest and enjoyment in learning foreign languages, through a fun, interactive, games based approach to language acquisition.
  • To develop an awareness of European cultural heritage, and strengthen children’s sense of place and belonging in the world.


  • Children are given the opportunity to develop skills in a range of European languages (Spanish, French, German and Italian).
  • Language learning is enriched with culturally themed art/craft and drama activities.

Teaching and Learning Styles

Led by an experienced MFL teacher, the following techniques are used to encourage children to actively engage with Languages:

Games – in order to develop vocabulary through repetition, reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.
Role-play – to practise the words and phrases which they have learnt in a small group situation.
Action songs and rhymes – to develop phonetic skills, memory skills and to further vocabulary.
Puppets and toys – to be used to develop communication skills and give new language a context.
Mime – to associate vocabulary with kinaesthetic learning.

Our Belief

At Euro bugs we believe that through an appreciation of other people and other cultures, children gain a personal sense of place and belonging in the world. This has a positive impact on their confidence and social development.

Children learn best when they are relaxed and happy. Language learning and cultural awareness activities lend themselves to team games, role-play, art and craft activities… and above all fun!, making it the perfect basis for a Holiday Club.

 Hours, daily routine and activities

The club is open from 9.00am- 4.00pm on select days during the school holidays.

Food and drink

Drinks and snacks will be provided. See above. However if your child has a nut / gluten allergy, or you would prefer them to bring a snack from home, that’s fine. Please ensure that you inform us of any allergies when you complete the registration form.


All Euro Bugs staff undergo an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check, and receive registered training including first aid and FGM. All staff work to current and approved job descriptions and have been appointed following a rigorous interview process.