This Easter Half Term, join us for a fun-filled week of drama, art, yoga, singing, and dance! This Easter Holiday Activity Fundproject is for children on Free School Meals & Bright Sparks Members. Each child taking part will get free healthy snacks and a hot lunch served by our cafe.
Please see the Easter Holiday Schedule in detail below:
Tuesday 5th – Friday 8th April
5-7 year old activity 10am – 1.00pm
8-11 year old activity 12:15pm – 4.00pm
- You’ll need to provide some personal details for health & safety.
- You must confirm your child has Free School Meals.
- Places are allocated on a first come first serve basis.
- Please book your child onto the correct age range.
- However, siblings of different ages can come to the same session.
All new families receive free Z-arts family membership worth £24. We can’t wait to meet you!
To book your place please call Box Office: 0161 226 1912
Tuesday 5th April – Little Red Riding Hood with Tabs
We will be exploring the story of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ through imagination and play. Make your own finger puppets inspired by the fairy-tale and create your own masks before retelling the story yourself! Plus we will discuss how Little Red makes some cakes for her grandma and how and when we should have treats! Looking at healthy choices and limiting our sugar intake.
Weds 6th April – The Three Little Pigs with Gilly
We’ll huff and we’ll puff and we’ll get making some stuff! Using the classic story of The Three Little Pigs, today’s session will be a mixture of movement and craft! We will explore the story through a playful yoga session then finish with decorating little plant pot piggy’s for you to keep! Through planting we will explore growing your own food and through Yoga mindfulness and meditation to support wellbeing.
Thursday 7th April – Cinderella with Yemi
Explore the traditional story of Cinderella in the style of soul and RnB, inspired by the Whitney Houston & Brandy musical version. Using song-writing, singing & movement we will explore issues around image. How we feel and think about how we look, how others look and how to celebrate difference. We will think about how keeping healthy can help to keep us happy.
Friday 8th April- Anansi the spider with Maisha
Telling the African folklore tale of the wonderful rogue mischief maker, a wise and loveable creature who triumphs in the Ashanti tale. Told through physical movement and dance we will learn about how smart can be equal to strong and how everyone has different skills, but that kindness and empathy are values we should all nurture.
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Times displayed in grey may be sold out or not currently available. Alternatively workshops may be locked for Bright Sparks Members and require a log in.