Achieve More Scotland is a registered SCIO based in Glasgow that delivers programmes of diversionary activity to young people from areas of high social deprivation. Diversionary activities take the form of sports, physical activity, group-work, volunteering, employability and personal development sessions. We improve young people’s physical and mental health and well-being, confidence and self-esteem, aspirations, personal responsibility and life chances by engaging them in weekly, structured, positive activities that work across communities and are delivered by role models.
We offer Football, Dance, Cricket and Gymnastics during the evenings. We also run a sports programme in multiple schools delivering PE, community building and team activities. During the holiday time we offer Holiday Camps that cover all those sports mentioned previously as well as a Breakfast Club and Lunch Club. Participants must be 5 to 18 years old.
All activities are free of charge and everyone is welcome.
KidsOut gives disadvantaged children positive experiences to support them becoming future members of our society and workforce.
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.
The Arts Club organise arts projects for children on Saturday mornings in Eye, Suffolk. They welcome children aged 7 and up, especially those with additional needs – whether physical, learning, sensory or behavioural. They aim to provide an integrated, yet supported, setting for arts activities, social interaction and fun. Activities include movement, dance, visual arts, film, animation, puppetry and maskwork.
Unlocking the arts for all young people.
They believe Art should be available and accessible for all regardless of ability.
SHABANG. Creating arts projects for children with disabilities/additional needs.
The school provides cooking experiences for children including those with special needs. Children are also encouraged to develop healthy eating and an awareness of different cultures through food. They run after school and holiday clubs. Wheelchair friendly.
The British Disabled Fencing Association (BDFA) is the governing body for the paralympic sport of Wheelchair Fencing in Britain. This website aims to inform fencers, coaches and anyone else interested in learning more about the sport of Wheelchair Fencing.
The Lincolnsfields Children’s Centre provide opportunities for children, young people and adults with or without special needs. They provide catered and self-catering residential accommodation to enable groups, under adult supervision, to spend time away from their urban environment, organising full-day holiday care during every school holiday for local families.