Let’s get children crafting, acting and engineering.
In the recent rise of digital children’s entertainment, parents are ever more desperate to steer their children towards productive extracurricular education and entertainment.
The children’s activity industry has been one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy. The demand for out of school hours activities has boomed since more and more households have both parents working long hours and need wraparound care for their children. Even at times of political and economic uncertainty, parents continue to spend money on their children, particularly when they are spending on ways to improve their child’s learning and development and broaden their education.
The Get Clubs business model lends itself perfectly to franchising. With extensive training and support, plus a vast amount of resources and documentation, our new franchisees can be taught how to set up their own thriving after school and holiday club business within weeks. We want all our franchisees to be up and running and seeing a return on their investment as soon as possible.
The Get Clubs runs 3 clubs to broaden children’s minds out of school hours –
Traditional craft activities made fun for all which help fire the imagination and creativity. Children and adults get hands with crafts which parents and grandparents would have done as children, such as peg dolls, French knitting or pom-pom animals.
We introduce primary school children to a variety of physical theatre styles that develop their creativity, confidence and teamwork whilst having lots of fun. Our budding performers are introduced to games and activities to stretch their imaginations with lots of giggles built in. A real confidence builder.
The best way to learn Maths and Science is through a hands-on experience of Maths and Science. At Get Engineering, children use their imagination and creativity to build working machines from everyday objects and bring Maths and Science to life. They become the engineers of the future!
With a low-cost start-up and high return on investment, this business is relatively low risk. You don’t need to have premises in place and you don’t need to hire lots of staff as you start off. In fact, to keep costs low, you can start as an owner operator and deliver the clubs yourself. This is a flexible business that you can grow around family commitments. It appeals just as much to a stay at home mum who wants to earn a good income around other commitments just as much as a professional person who wants to maximise their income earning potential and expand the business to its maximum potential.
It’s a fun and rewarding business to own.
Wraparound care for children and extra-curricular activities to bridge the gap between the experiences and education of state and private school children is part of the government’s extended schools’ agenda. All schools are expected to provide wraparound care between the hours of 8am and 6pm if there is sufficient demand.