House of Fun provide multi-activity holiday camps are being run for children aged 5-12 during all school holidays.

Now the company has announced it have a new site at Comper Foundation Stage School, Oxford from February half term for children aged two to five.

Jake Motion, director and teacher, founded the business in 2012 with the idea of supplementing the fantastic work done by schools, by providing extra-curricular and holiday activities.

The father of two said: “We are so excited to be opening a new site for two t five year olds so we can bring the fun to even more local families.”

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“At House of Fun, every child matters to us and we strongly believe that all children deserve the chance to just have fun in the holidays.”

Camps will be led by an enthusiastic, experienced team who will encourage children to increase their self-esteem and confidence through fun, diverse activities, all in line with Ofsted requirements.

The activities will be fully utilising the amazing facilities at Comper, including their beautiful new garden. Mr Motion added: “Our aim for the new site will be consistent with everything else we do: to create a safe and fun environment in which every child can flourish.”

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In 2021 The Sutton Trust said children who accessed good-quality nursery provision were more likely to go on to higher education. For more visit