We all want to have fun, enjoy our hobbies, follow our interests, relax with friends, or go out for a day trip with our family.
Search the Norfolk Community Directory for things to do for children and young people with SEND that are suitable for the whole family. You can also find mainstream clubs and activities which are accessible to children and young people with SEND.
Gain new skills with the Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service on the Prince’s Trust Team Programme, a free personal development course that will make you more confident, motivated and improve your ability to work with others.
This 12-week course in Dereham commences on Monday 27 January, with a taster day held on Tuesday 21 January. It is for any young person aged between 16-25 years who is currently not in education, employment or training and is ready to do something positive with their time.
Students who successfully complete the training will achieve a nationally recognised Prince’s Trust certificate and an Emergency First Aid certificate.
Attending the course does not affect any benefits. Travel costs are reimbursed.
Further information: please phone 07795 067383
Time: 5.30pm to 7.45pm. Choose from either option 1 or option 2 above.
Venue: Strikes Bowling Alley, Station Road, Dereham NR19 1DF
Cost and booking: £3.95 per person per game, plus £5 for BUILD non-members (activity support fee), and make sure you also bring money for food and drink. Please book and pay any fees by ten days beforehand. Maximum number of eight places.
Further details: Please contact BUILD Charity firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01603 618029. BUILD is a Norfolk-based independent registered charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities to over 16 year olds with sensory, physical and learning disabilities. Check out their website www.buildcharity.co.uk.
The Prince's Trust, in partnership with The British Racing School in Newmarket, is offering a free one-week residential course next year.
16-25 year olds who are not in education, employment or training have the unique opportunity to work alongside thoroughbred race horses and learn all about the horse racing industry.
Learn about horse behaviour, horse handling and practical horse care, riding, yard work and best turned out training. And your accommodation, travel and meals are all provided for free!
Dates have yet to be confirmed. To express an interest in joining this 2020 programme, please contact email@example.com.
Run by women for women only – weekly sessions to help build your confidence, self-esteem, employability skills and wellbeing, providing a valuable opportunity to step outside of your daily routine and spend time in a safe space, learning new skills and making new friends!
This 12-week programme is free to attend and packed with new positive experiences, from breadmaking and mindfulness sessions to art therapy and positive relationships sessions. It will equip you with the skills to move forward and make positive changes in your life, and you will gain support you all the way.
To enrol on The Bloom Project you must be over 18 years and not in paid employment.
Dates and times:
The first programme starts on Friday 17 April and will be held every Friday for 12 weeks, from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
The main location for the sessions will be at The Feed Café, 78-80 Prince of Wales Road, Norwich NR1 1NJ, but you will also get the opportunity to visit other safe venues nearby during the course.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 850447.