Activities

 

The HOPE Creative

The HOPE Creative is a free group that is open to children in care aged  7 and over and their community.

It explores singing and creative musical activities in a safe and supportive atmosphere. The sessions run at Filwood on Saturdays and Southmead on Sundays.

One young person who takes part says: "I would give The HOPE Creative 10 out of 10!”

Contact the number below for venue details and further information:

Tel: 0117 204 7126

Address: Bristol Plays Music, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 5AR.

Locations and dates:

Filwood

The sessions will take place once a month on Saturdays:

15 October 2016

12 November 2016

10 December 2016

14 January 2017

11 February 2017

11 March 2017

8 April 2017

6 May 2017

10 June 2017

8 July 2017

Southmead

The sessions will take place once a month on Sundays:

16 October 2016

13 November 2016

11 December 2016

15 January 2017

12 February 2017

12 March 2017

9 April 2017

7 May 2017

11 June 2017

9 July 2017

 

 

Children’s University (CU)

  • For 5 to 14 year olds (5 to 6 year olds with their families)

  • It costs £5

  • It runs across the country so you can join in wherever you live

  • You can do exciting learning activities and experiences outside normal school hours

  • You can collect 'stamps' and hours of learning to count towards your own ‘Passport To Learning’

  • There's a fantastic graduation ceremony when you finish

  • Website: www.childrensuniversity.co.uk

  • Here’s a quote about the CU from a Bristol young person in care: "I loved going to all my clubs to earn points for my passport but my favourite thing was the boat trip and picnic we went on."

 

National Citizen Service (NCS)

  • For 15 to 17 year olds

  • It’s FREE

  • NCS covers the whole of the UK so you can join in wherever you live

  • You will have exhilarating challenges, a chance to make your mark and build skills for work and life

  • It’s a four week programme in teams of 15 young people; starting with an adventure week away and followed by a skills week and a two week community project

  • NCS takes place in your local community outside of term time, so no matter what your commitments are or what your summer holiday plans might be, just register to get on the next available NCS spot

  • Sign up by the end of April 2016 for Summer 2016

  • Website: www.ncsyes.co.uk

  • One young person from Bristol who took part said: “It’s a great experience and you make loads of new friends!

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