Kite club for primary school

Extended schools, after school, out of hours

A kite club can offer interest and excitment to a variety of ages working separately or together.The activity can be fun but can link to learning as required and children will get something that they have made to take home most weeks.

The materials for kitemaking are not expensive and many are everyday items such as plastic bags and BBQ skewers.

A kite club can offer opportunity to involve parents or grandparents in a end of term activity or in helping as a volunteer each week.

A kite club can make global links to other schools or to events such as One Sky One World (annual international event; second sunday in October).

Infinite Arts can provide a kitemaker in school to run the club, but if funding is not available in school for this, then teachers may simply need some training and some resources to get started themselves running a kite club.

A kite club resource pack can be tailored to your needs and priced accordingly.

A typical pack would include;

Templates and illustrated instructions for several different kites

List of materials and where to get them

List of equipment and where to get it

Handy hints for kitemaking, booklists, webpages etc to look up

A DVD based pack would include in addition;

Video/slideshow instructions for each kite

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Kites and learning

Infinite Kites is developing a series of teachers packs based on using kites and kitemaking in schools to support learning and the achievement of a creative curriculum. For more information about the pack click here or - please contact us at

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