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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!
You can take yourself back in time to an array of 2 million years of historic events and arts in a stunning virtual tour of the British Museum using Googles street view.
Flamingo Chicks CIC provides an inclusive community giving children with disabilities and illnesses such as cancer the opportunity to enjoy ballet alongside their friends.
We have all kinds of children in our classes including those undergoing treatment for cancer, children who are visually impaired, those with autism, cerebral palsy, Downs Syndrome or other needs. We actively celebrate what our children CAN do.
2000 children come through our classes each year!
We deliver classes in three ways:
We have regular weekly classes delivered at schools across Bristol, Bradford, Leeds, York, Cardiff and London.
All of CenterParcs have accessible accommodation with parking close by, ramp access, walk in/wheel in showers, kitchens have lowered worktops, bedrooms with electric beds, the larger lodges have hot tubs with hoists.
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.
Wheelgate Park in Nottingham has 7 zones of fun, excitement, entertainment, intrigue and white knuckle rides and a splash zone, theres even a zone just for watch falconry and learn about them. With annual passes and many ways to support people with special educational needs or disabilities it really is a day out for everyone.
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.
Unlocking the arts for all young people.
They believe Art should be available and accessible for all regardless of ability.
Helping young carers and other children in need. They go walking, swim in the sea and build sandcastles on the beach. They play, learn and are cared for in safe and encouraging environments growing in confidence by challenging themselves and trying new activities.
This charity now forms part of the Outward Bounds family and the activities will be managed by them in conjunction with CCHF.