CHILDREN leapt in the air and lunged at their teammates as they enjoyed a spot of half term sport.

While many schools are empty this week due to the break, Thomas Reade Primary School in Abingdon is abuzz with activities as it plays host to the House of Fun holiday camp.

Youngsters aged five-12 can attend the club, which runs during school holidays, to take part in their choice of sports, craft and cookery sessions.

On Tuesday children played an energetic game of benchball as part of the sports programme.

Other activities at the club include singing, treasure hunts and drama.

House of Fun was founded in East Oxford in 2012, at St Mary and St John CE Primary School, but followed its founder Jake Motion to Thomas Reade.

Mr Motion is a Year 6 teacher at the primary school, but the holiday camp runs as a separate entity despite using the school buildings as its base.