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!
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.
Lucy, a Young Volunteer on our Extraordinary Young People project talks in her words about life in lockdown
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