The Vennie is a youth scheme for children aged between 5 and 12 in the West Lothian area of Scotland. They support children emotionally, physically and educationally. They encourage activity through a variety of fun and interactive methods including an adventure park and garden as well as a whole range of sports.
A brilliant model maker and artist, Darrell has created lots of online tutorials on how to make amazing and simple models with items you have around your home….personal favourite…egg box mouse!
Go Noodle provides remote learning and activity solutions to children everywhere, with interactive and fun sessions to take part in, it gets children moving while they are learning!
There is so much to see and do at Warwick Castle, it’s hard to sum up in a short paragraph….from dragon slaying, to jousting, exploring the dungeons, seeing the birds of prey and you can even stay overnight. They have a full accessibility guide that you can download and plan from before your visit.
Barleylands offers so much to do that you won’t stop being busy on your visit, to feeding & petting animals, challenges and nature trails, seeing the birds of prey or even taking part in some races.
Shape develops opportunities for disabled artists; they train cultural institutions to be more open to disabled people, and they run participatory arts and development programmes.
At Stockport CP we provide a wide range of activities and support for children and young people with physical and/or learning disabilities and autistic spectrum conditions.
We particularly focus on those with the most complex needs.
SHABANG. Creating arts projects for children with disabilities/additional needs.