After School Club: Games, Music, Film, Art, Communication Activities, Individual Projects- Friday non term time
Last updated: 17/01/2022
Fun Friday Club produces opportunities for young people and adults to have fun, chill out and be creative. The group has developed a hobby club for participants to bring and share their hobbies and explore opportunities with others to have fun with the various hobbies.
Some of the participants took part in the Arts Award last year, while others decided to create their own music videos. There are lots of opportunities with experienced staff to support and for some after a hard week at school or activities a bit of a chill out time is essential, play board games, listen to music and chat.
It is a brilliant way to kick start the weekend!
Interakt also offers one to one support in sessions, travel training, out in the community, CV writing and job coaching.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Tsippy McAuliffe
- Contact Position
- Managing Director
- Interakt Community Theatre and Arts
Sessions are designed to meet the needs and abilities of each individual in order that everyone can engage and achieve in a safe and supportive environment.
Where to go
- Newbury Rugby Football Club
1st Floor Newbury Rugby Club
- RG14 7RW
The venue has wheelchair accessible entrance, allocated parking, a lift, accessible toilets, hoist, changing table and shower room. Interakt has access to the upper fields which we make great use of in the summer time and plenty of indoor space for all manner of club activities.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Every Friday 3.15pm - 5.15pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
Interakt delivers opportunities to young adults and adults in order to empower the disability community
embrace their individuality
so that everyone will engage and experience long lasting benefits in an ever changing diverse society.
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £6.50 per person per day
- To include healthy snacks and drinks.
- Age Ranges
- Age Range Notes
Groups are made up of individuals with learning and physical disabilities, some with hearing and visual challenges, we have the expertise to work with older people and those with mental health issues, but we also have volunteers and individuals from mainstream working with us as well.
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Interakt does not require a referral as our sessions are for everyone and if an individual has very complex needs then with support from WBC Adult Social Care a specific care plan will be commissioned.
- Other notes
For those transitioning from College to Adult Social Care contact WBC Adult Social Care and request a list from the transitioning team which will have details of Day Providers, their activities, sessions, days and times. Remember that your provision is your choice therefor make time to research and book a free taster session with those providers which you want to explore further. For those already in the Adult Social Care sector who require another service from a different provider to what they already have, contact Adult Social Care and ask to speak to your social worker or care manager with your query or request. The most important thing is for each individual to access a service that is of their own choice that each individual is informed of a variety of provisions in order to make an informed choice which works best for them.
- Related links
Interakt Web Site
- Support with Confidence
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