Venue – 245 Hammersmith Road, London, W6 9PW
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2023 AND JANUARY 2024
29th November: afternoon session will be 1pm-3.30pm Workshop Mental Wellbeing.
Tuesday 12th December – Science session & English followed by ‘Joy of Business’ Access Bars at 2pm.(details on booking system)
Wednesday 13th December: 10.30am-1pm Math Mind blowing Games & sport hour / Lunch on the way to Westfield Ice Skating 2pm-3pm Westfield. FROM 28TH NOVEMBER YOU NEED TO BOOK ICE SKATING DIRECTLY WITH WESTFIELD
IF YOU HAVE 3 SIBLINGS ATTENDING FOR A WHOLE DAY 1 SIBLING CAN ATTEND FOR FREE- For more information about this please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Young People need a parent/carer onsite with them if they are not attending a session.
New Timetable for January 2024 – please see below.
Both sessions run by Kristina. Please email (email@example.com) Kristina directly for further details.
Media Makers £12 – INDEPENDENTLY RUN
13 years+ 9:30am-10:30am on Thursdays.
Using photography, audio and video to express ourselves, we will tell stories and explore our communities. The students will work on story telling projects using different media. Projects to include Photo Essay, Audio essay (podcast) and Video essay (short film). Each project will allow YP to find and share their voice in relation to their experiences and communities.
Exploring Literature £12 – INDEPENDENTLY RUN
13years+ 10:30am-11.45am on Thursday’s
A deep dive into famous authors and their work. We will be examining what writing elements made their works international successes and discussing how we relate to the characters, plots and themes in these works. Students will participate in open dialogue and try their hand at applying the skills we discover. This class aims at improving reading comprehension, analysis, critical thinking skills and improving public speaking. It will serve those taking GCSEs well and be a great experience for anyone interested in literature and writing.
Students will have some input as to which authors we examine and will be expected to do outside reading and writing. I pride myself on providing engaging and entertaining learning experiences and hope that your student can join us in this learning adventure
SPM Multi Sports – INDEPENDENTLY RUN
EVERY THURSDAY – Join SPM for multi sports in Gunnersbury Park from 11.50am to 2.15pm, behind the sports hall, near the football pitches. This session is run independently. Please contact them directly to book a spot. The price is £6 for an hour. They use the sports hall when it is raining which is an extra few pounds per person.
Please click this link to book directly with SPM.
EVENTS FOR 2023
END OF EACH TERM – Parents/Facilitators Meeting & Your Business – We have an ‘event’ booking section on our system. Book on so we expect you in. Use this time to have an informal chat with our facilitators on the last week of each term. Please come in towards the end of each session. You are also invited to use our space on the last week of term to talk about your business and show parents and facilitators your products. Prop yourself up in our space and engage.
23rd & 30th Nov & 14th December – 1230-230pm Upcycle and spray paint session @ 245
Wednesday 6th December 11am-11.30am Circus Skills / Parents Show @ 245
Thursday 7th December – Panto @ Lyric Theatre & 130pm, get there for 110pm
Monday 11th December 2-230pm Glee Club Parents Show @ 245
Tuesday 12th December – Science session followed by ‘Joy of Business’ Access Bars at 1pm.(details on booking system)
Wednesday 13th December 1030-1pm Math games & Sport hour (bookable on the website)
2-3pm – Ice-Skating @ Westfield White City (to be booked directly with Westfield after 28th November) collect your YP at the ice rink for 3pm
NEW TIMETABLE FOR JANUARY 2024
MONDAY MAKERS DAY FOR THE CREATIVES AMONGST YOU
MONDAY – up to 20 young people – the morning starts with an informal team meeting with our YP
MAKERS MORNING – £24 per session
10.30am-1.30pm. 3 hours of art, sewing and woodwork with a short lunch break taken within the session. All 3 subjects are collaborating together. Young people will be able flow between them all and create a project using all mediums of art on offer. Led by professionals and assisted by Art students from Morley College.
DRAMA AFTERNOON – £16 per session
1.30pm-3.30pm. 2 hours of fun games and improvisation. This is always a very vibrant session which leads to confidence and bonding. Working towards a showcase at the end of each term for parents.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY PROJECT DAYS FOR OUR FUTURE PROBLEM SOLVERS
These sessions are run as ‘project base’. They rollover every week so young people are not rushed with their learning and facilitators have more time to work with them, helping them understand and finish their projects.
TUESDAY – up to 14 young people – the morning starts with an informal team meeting with our YP
S.T.E.M DAY – £42 per day
10.30am-3.30pm. Join us for a day of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Further information to follow
WEDNESDAY – up to 14 young people – the morning starts with an informal team meeting with our YP
HUMANITIES DAY – £42 per day
10.30am-3.30pm. Join us for a day of History, Geography, Media Studies, Politics and Writing. Further information to follow
Morning Session – £30 per session – Afternoon Session – £30 per session
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All modules are suitable iGCSE board equivalent. All modules will be certified and tested.
MONDAY – up to 8 young people
Morning Session – English Language – 10.30am-12.30pm
Afternoon Session – History – 13.30pm-3.30pm
TUESDAY- up to 8 young people
Morning Session – Math – 10.30am-12.30pm
Afternoon Session – Religious Education – 13.30pm-3.30pm
WEDNESDAY – £30 per day
Study day/ Social time/ 1-2-1 20 minutes inclusive with Jodi (our main facilitator) to check in on their studies.
SPORTS PROGRAMME 10-16 YEARS – INDEPENDENTLY RUN STARTING IN JANUARY 2024
Mondays and Wednesdays – Morning Running Club 9.30am-10am organised by Jacqui – £5 per person
Wednesday – Outside Circuit Training 3.45pm-4.30pm organised by Jacqui – £7 per person
Math/English/History/Geography is Classical Education. What is Classical Education?
Classical education is a liberal arts education rooted in ancient history. “Liberal”, in this case, means “free”. Classical education prepares young people to live in freedom and independence, engaging them in the highest matters and the deepest questions of truth, justice, virtue, and beauty. Academically, a classical education encompasses:
A content-rich, traditional curriculum, including the use of classical books and art
Concentrated study of the core academic disciplines: history, literature, mathematics, and science
An appreciation for—and study of—the visual and performing arts
A strong emphasis on language, literacy, writing, and mastery of the English language
Reading of the great books in literature and primary source documents in history
Socratic teaching by kind-hearted teachers who are subject matter experts