Short Breaks in the School Holidays
The Holiday Project provides quality short break day adventures during the school holidays for young people with learning disabilities aged 12-17.
Offering opportunities for fun, friendships and new experiences whilst exploring the 5 ways to well-being:
2. Be ACTIVE
3. Keep Learning
5. Take Notice
= Feel better
Exciting Activities and Supported Care
The Holiday project runs over 4 days each week during the Easter & Summer holiday and October & February Half terms.
Activities are developed in partnership with Lifeworks Extraordinary Young People plus a network of activity providers across South Devon and Torbay.
Each Holiday Project becomes an innovative and fun, creative arts and physical activity programme. Activities include; music-making, drama, dance, adventure & community sports, cookery, foraging, farming and food production – to name but a few of the sessions that make the Holiday Project so exciting. These activities provide opportunities to develop key skills such as socialising, personal safety and healthy living – and most importantly – are packed full of fun!
Lucy blogs in her own words about what she has been doing. From taking Totnes Pride online to Mental Health - it has been a busy month.
A Safe-Space platform of online activities for people with learning disabilities to connect with each other and have fun.
October Holiday Bubbles taking place at Lupton House Estate and Torre Abbey in small group Bubbles - Booking Now
Lucy’s August blog in her own words - baked treats, outings and looking to the future
Lucy blogs in her own words about life after lockdown and a new, easy mug cake recipe.
This Summer's Holiday provision taking place at Brixham's Lupton House Estate in small group Bubbles - Booking Now
Lucy's June blog in her own words, along with a yummy banana bread recipe.
Hear from a family about what Breaking the Barrier means to them.