In The Know: Ideas for half-term!

In The Know: Ideas for half-term!

Half term is nearly here and you may be wondering how to keep your child occupied and stimulated. Here are a few events and workshops for a range of ages that your child can get involved in to help make the most of the holidays!

Southbank Centre: Imagine Children’s Festival
The Imagine Children’s Festival offers a range of workshops and performances for children up to 12-years-old and gives them the chance to immerse themselves in the best of children’s literature, theatre and music. The festival is running for 11 days and is jam-packed full of free, exciting activities, so if this sounds like something your child would love, click here to read more about the variety of entertaining antics on offer.

Tate Modern: The 8-14’s Studio – Performing Bodies
This is a wonderful opportunity for aspiring artists to come and create art in a real studio, alongside a professional artist! If your child is aged 8-14 and is passionate about art, this could be an inspiring day where they can meet other young people who are also passionate about art, whilst learning about creative techniques and materials. It is running on 18th February and there is no need to book a ticket, so find out more on the website.

The V&A Museum: Samsung Digital Classroom – Vlogging
Open for young people aged 16-19, this fascinating workshop gives practical skills and career insight in emerging areas of digital art and design. Your child would have the opportunity to learn how to produce, edit and script videos, as well as create their own channels. The world of social media has exploded, so if this is an area your child is interested in, this is a great way to discover how to use it properly. The workshop will take place on 18th February, so make sure you book a ticket here.

We hope this is helpful to anyone that’s in need of holiday activities! The GT Scholars programme is an after-school programme for ambitious young people that would like to achieve top grades at school, get into top universities and enter competitive careers. ‘In The Know’ is our weekly newsletter for parents and carers to receive news about the latest opportunities for their child. Subscribe to ‘In The Know’ here:

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