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Ubuntu Multicultural Centre CIC – Activities and Arts

Location: ***FULLY BOOKED*** North Ormesby Community Hub, Derwent Street, Middlesbrough, TS3 6JB, 49 Clifton Street, Middlesbrough, TS1 4BX

Age Range: 5-16

Provider: ***FULLY BOOKED***Ubuntu Multicultural Centre CIC - Ubuntu all stages holiday club



Week 1 – Monday 2nd August to Thursday 5th August, 10am-2pm

Week 2 – Monday 9th August to Thursday 12th August, 10am-2pm

Week 3 – Monday 16th August to Thursday 19th August, 10am-2pm

Week 4 – Monday 23rd August to Thursday 26th August, 10am-2pm

  The Activities will take place at the North Ormesby Community Hub. To those that live in Gresham and Central Middlesbrough, we meet at the Ubuntu Centre at 49 Clifton Street for the 9.30 bus to North Ormesby.

Arts and Craft activities – Jewellery making, t shirt designing, drama.

National Parks Forest School Wild Skills sessions –these sessions will include activities such as team building, map reading and navigation, river day, survival day and a practical ranger day. There will be one Forest School session each week.

MusINC (Band jam and choir) Bandjam offers young people the opportunity to experience playing or singing in a band together. Led by 3 professional tutors, the session covers guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and vocals. The session also gives them a chance to work on these elements separately. Children will also have the opportunity to continue accessing MusINC activities during term time.

Gardening / Allotment – Once a week children will visit the allotment. They will be taught to plant vegetables and take care of the garden. Children can Plant a Tree and learn about why that is important for our world.

Storytelling and Take home a book – Summer of Reading activities.

Dance Sessions – active fun that encourages freedom to express creatively, movements that release good endorphins and trending music that children no matter their language will love and know. Children will have the opportunity to break out and choreograph pieces themselves as well as being taught a routine that they will combine and showcase at the last day of the holiday club.

Drumming – Kids will be encouraged to try out drumming and playing instruments originally from Africa and other parts of the world.