If you’re looking for ways to treat your kids after their exams, we’ve got some savvy suggestions to help rid them of any built-up tension from those late night study sessions.
With this in mind, we thought we’d round up some other gift ideas to help your kids start off their well-deserved holiday on a stress-free foot.
Nothing says relax quite like a break away. Whether it involves lounging on a beach, recuperating on a spa break or exploring a city, treating them to a new environment is sure to help them recover from being in revision mode.
Nothing gets you out of that post-exam slump better than some fresh air. Whether new to the saddle or a skilled horse rider, a trek in the country is sure to help them refresh and gear up for summer. Get a spot of lunch to accompany your day out, too!
Switch Pencil for Polo
If looking for another equestrian activity that’s a bit more fast pace than a trot in the country, then our Introduction to Polo experience is a great gift to give. They’ll get to don the proper attire while learning about this salubrious sport.
Steer Clear of Stress
If they’re still feeling a bit run down from the pressure of academia, let them blow off some steam with our Aston Martin Driving Thrill experience. Not only will they get to go behind the wheel of a 4.3 litre, 380 bhp Aston Martin V8 Vantage, but they’ll be burning rubber on a proper race track! Formula 1 eat your heart out (n.b. a full British or international manual driving licence, held for a minimum of one year at some venues, is necessary).
Whether it’s Vinyasa flow or a gentler Hatha style class, a session of yoga is an excellent escape from the strains of a busy schedule. From breathing exercises to downward dogs, it’s the ideal rejuvenation remedy.
Mix it Up
If you still can’t decide which treat to choose, why not let them pick for themselves with our Thrill Seekers Gift Voucher? Ideal for daredevils, 25 different options are available to help them let loose – from quad biking to go karting. We also offer Gift Cards and Flexible Packs that are redeemable against even more gift experiences.
How are you planning on rewarding your kids for their academic achievements? Let us know in the comment box below!
Images via Red Letter Days and In This Fleeting Moment, MickiTakesPictures and Tom Mooring via Flickr