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.
Suzie Sings & Signs in Hindhead, Surrey offers fun and lively Saturday morning music and movement sessions for children with additional needs and their families. We offer a unique, personalised and vibrant combination of music, song, dance, signing and role play.
Arts projects in hospitals across the South West region, working with children with cancer & leukemia, their siblings & families, as well as developing work with children with other life threatening illnesses too. The residential weekends bring young people into fantastical worlds where anything is possible. Encouraging young people to collaborate to use their energy & imagination to help solve mysterious scenarios using a whole host of arts techniques ranging from drama & dance to printing making & pottery.
Arts centre with a disability-related focus who offer a range of accessible arts courses and events.
The Chicken Shed is an inclusive theatre company in which individuals from all backgrounds and of all abilities can work together to the common end of high quality performance in drama, music and dance. It runs children’s and youth theatre workshops, education courses, community outreach projects and a network of satellite ‘Sheds’ across the country.
We regularly perform for children with emotional or behavioural problems, learning difficulties (moderate and severe), the physically handicapped and those with hearing or sight problems.
Our youth theatre work aimed at 13-25 year old people with a visual impairment, who are interested in drama and performance.