As part of our Outdoor Activities Programme funded by the Youth Investment Fund, we are running a number of additional clubs throughout the year, with different themes each half term.

The theme for the first of our clubs is our Outdoor Adventure Club, running until October half term.

Activities as part of this club will include den building, woodland adventures, survival skills, building camp fires and much, much more!

Venue:
Daisy Chain in Norton

Details:
This club runs every Wednesday from 12th September to 24th October inclusive, with sessions running from 4pm-6pm. The cost is £6 per session, a total of £42 for the full 7 weeks (possible funding available via short break grants - contact our Care Team for further details). Children must commit to attending the full 7 weeks.

Who is this course suitable for? 
The course is available to children aged 10-14 years old and with a diagnosis of ASD/undergoing diagnosis.

Children attending these sessions must be comfortable working in small groups - unfortunately, one-to-one support is not available.

Due to the nature of activities on this course (e.g. fire making, the use of tools and knives under staff supervision, etc.) please consider whether the course would be suitable for your child. (Care Plan will be required). Please also make sure your child has appropriate clothing for the sessions (waterproofs, wellies/old trainers, etc.) 

If you'd like to register your interest in this club, please complete the enquiry form below and a member of the Outdoor Activities Team will contact you.

Unfortunately, enquiries for this club have now closed - if you have any queries, please contact a member of the Care Team on 01642 531248.