S.E.N. Groups

Youth Groups and Activities for young people with mild to moderate special educational needs

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Monday

EVOLVE

Monday Evening (6pm - 8pm) – Ages 11-25

Evolve is a great place to meet other young people and to make new friends. The best bit? You get to choose what activity you do!

Evolve is a specifically tailored Youth Club that is open to a wide range of SEN young people with mild to moderate learning difficulties. It was formed in partnership with Harford Manor School, Parkside School and Pathways College to give young people who attend their schools a social space where they can meet other young people and make new friends while taking part in positive activities. All of the young people are encouraged to get involved in the planning and delivery of the group – something that enables them to have a say in the running of their group while learn valuable life skills including managing budgets.

Friday

FUSION

Friday Evening (6pm – 9pm) – Ages 11-25

Fusion is a great place to meet other young people while doing fantastic activities and visiting amazing places! If you like cooking, doing exercise, visiting the Pantomime, painting, hanging out with friends (and making new friends), putting on plays, dressing up, making T-shirts and loads of other things then this is the place to be!

Fusion is a specially tailored youth club that is open to a wide range of Additional Needs young people with mild to moderate learning difficulties. The group was formed with BREAK to give young people a social club where they can meet other young people and make new friends whilst taking part in activities that are designed to build social, emotional and communication skills.
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Saturday

SATURDAY STARS

Saturday Daytime – Ages 11-25

Saturday Stars is our Social Club....meet other young people, make friends and take part in AWESOME activities...

Saturday Stars is a specially tailored youth club that is open to a wide range of Special Needs young people with mild to moderate learning difficulties that runs twice a month on a Saturday and lasts all day. The group gives young people a social club where they can meet other young people and make new friends whilst taking part in activities that are designed to build social, emotional and communication skills.

Unlike many traditional groups young people who attend are encouraged to get involved and to lead with the planning and direction that the group takes, helping build confidence and decision making. One of the things that the group focuses on is giving the young people attending experiences such as learning Circus Skills, taking part in Music and Dance Workshops, visiting the Zoo, writing stories, making animated films, Bingo and Pizza Making.
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