Monday, 12 February 2024 10:00am to 2:30pm
The George Watson Memorial Hall
65 Barton Street
- Access for Wheelchair Users
- Accessible toilet
- Autism Friendly
- Baby Changing Facilities
- Drop-off Point
- Family Friendly
- Hidden Disabilities Awareness
- PA/Carer Free Entry
- Public Transport Links
- Quiet Space
Join Bloodhound Education this half-term for some fun engineering activities.
Try something new, expand your knowledge, and meet new friends whilst having fun. Attendees can take part in practical activities whilst exploring science and engineering in a safe and supportive environment.
Date: Monday 12th February 2024
Welding with Chocolate Workshop : 10am – 12pm
Super Structures Workshop: 12:30pm – 2:30pm (you can book and attend both sessions back to back if you would like to attend for a full day)
Where: The George Watson Memorial Hall, 65 Barton Street, Tewkesbury, GL20 5PX
Drop-off point available, and parking available at Spring Gardens Car Park, Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury.
This inclusive event is aimed at disabled/neurodivergent children and young people (and their siblings) aged 7 – 25, who welcome a quieter environment with smaller groups and enjoy focusing on S.T.E.M based activities. There will be opportunities to stretch and challenge children and young adults as appropriate. Children under 10 years old need to be accompanied by an adult.
Cost: £5 per child per session (accompanying adults are free)
No previous experience is required and support can be given to ensure all those attending can be successful in the activities. Participants can work at their own pace and take time out in the quiet area and sensory area as required. Chat with us before booking to make sure that the session is going to suit your child.
For those joining both the morning and afternoon sessions, please bring a packed lunch.
To find out more, discuss your child’s needs, and book a place: Contact Nishani on 0208 150 3767 Monday to Friday (9.30am – 2.30pm) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is part of the Of Course We Can programme and is supported by Active Impact and Gloucestershire County Council, as part of their delivery of Short Breaks in Gloucestershire for disabled children and young people.