Any good club has members, a password, badge, headquarters, rules - at least it definitely did in Enid Blyton's world, and in my childhood too! This useful club booklet will fit nicely into each club member's pocket and remind them of what's what. Even Janet had difficulty remembering the seventh member of the Secret Seven in the first book of the series! You will need our origami booklet instructions to fold the club booklet.
This story starter - which is actually the opening lines of the Enid Blyton book, "Go Ahead, Secret Seven" - is a great one for encouraging reluctant story writers because it gives them quite a lot to work with.
As the Secret Seven discovered, one of the fun parts of setting up a club is deciding on the rules! Your children can use this poster to write out there own - for the Secret Seven, an imaginery club, or their own secret society!