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Have you considered giving your child the opportunity to join an after-school club? After-school clubs can support social, emotional, cognitive, academic development and also provide a safe and supportive environment for your child. This week we’re sharing three fun after-school clubs that your child can join for free! If this sounds like just the right fit for you, read on to find out more!
Explore Music Production!
Conductive Music is hosting a free, fun, and educational after-school club to learn how to make music online. During the 11 week workshop, your child will be introduced to music production software Bandlab and will learn mixing and exporting, sound design, cinematic effects, and looping. They’ll also have the opportunity to create songs and soundtracks. It’s open to young people aged 9 and up, and you can join from Thursday 2nd December, to sign up, click here.
Enjoy creating your own arts and crafts with Reading Friends!
If your family enjoys arts and crafts, this after-school club will be perfect for them. The format of the group is Bring Your Own Craft/Show-and-Tell, and the optional theme for this month is Portraits. You’ll have the opportunity to chat about and show whatever you’re crafting at the moment and get some inspiration for what to create next! The free online club will take place on Friday 10th December, and you can book your place here.
Be part of a Book Club!
Join the University of Oxford as they host a free online book club for young people aged 11-14. During this session, you will be joined by Author Nikki Sheehan as she discusses her novel, Who Framed Klaris Cliff? During the live stream, Nikki will be talking about her influences, what her characters mean to her, and taking questions from the audience. The book club takes place on Wednesday 15th December, and you can sign up here.