Play Schemes and Holiday Activities
Challengers Alton is an inclusive playscheme for disabled and non-disabled children in a caring, safe, supportive and fun environment. Snuggle in the sensory room, get messy in the art room, bounce on the bouncy castle, use your imagination on the play floor and explore the outdoor area complete with bikes, games, and more - come along and make new friends. We provide lots of trained energetic bubbly staff to support all children – there are spaces every day for children who have complex impairments and who need 1:1 support.
We are delighted to announce that Ofsted have awarded the Alton Playscheme an Outstanding rating following their visit over Easter Holidays 2015.
Dates: Saturday | Easter Holidays | Summer Holidays
Cost: £20 9.30am - 4pm | £10 9.30am - 12.30pm, 1pm - 4pm
If you would like to make bookings, please visit the Challengers Booking Website or call 01483 230 939.
In the Autumn Term, we launched Bring a Friend, meaning that disabled and non-disabled children can have fun together across our Playschemes. More information can be found on the What We Do page.
If you need any help call the Play and Leisure Team on 01483 230 939 or email: PlayandLeisureTeam@disability-challengers.org.
Engineering Summer School 2016
A 5 day non-residential course in the Sonardyne Centre at Alton College from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th August 2016, 9.00 am to 3.00 pm each day. This course is for students aged 12 – 14 years who have an interest in Engineering or Science.
Day 1: Introduction into engineering and the Sci Fi theme
Day 2: Team project
Day 3, 4: Design and make of sensor driven buggy
Day 5: Testing and exhibition day
Working with Alton College Engineering staff and student mentors, young people will explore engineering concepts, electronics and sci - fi while designing and building senor driven buggy (Dalek) which will be tested on the final day. Team work and engineering careers information will also be included in the week.
Book via the Alton College Online Store
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