Oasis Community Hub held their 1st birthday party Saturday 2nd February 2019. It was a huge success! Over 70 guests joined them for a day filled with lots of fun activities including, decorating a cookie with an emoji face, making a clay birthday cake thumb pot or tile, pin the tail on the alpaca, archery, short tennis and goal shooting, as well as giant jenga, a skill, game with Lego and dominos!
Party goers were treated to live acoustic guitar music all while enjoying some fabulously decorated homemade cakes by some of the hub volunteers and school chefs!
Alex Willetts parent at the school said “The boys really liked the archery, but they love coming to the hub each week for lots of fun activities. They really enjoyed the cake!’
A parent who opted to stay anonymous said “Me and my family decided to come to the hub as our Saturdays are normally empty. My son liked playing with the balloons, icing cake and playing with play doh”
The event and activities was all based around Oasis Community Learning 9 habits.
Those attending the event received a 9 habits passport. After completing each activity people were invited to make a 9habits pledge either for themselves or their community. Pledges included ‘To be more honest to my mommy’, ‘To be more hopeful that I can contribute more to the community hub’ and ‘Doing more activities that make me feel more joyful’!
Many local community organisations supported this special occasion. Including Fortis Living, Worcestershire County Council Family Learning, Community Church Warndon and Freedom Leisure.