Zig-Zag is our weekly drama, music and craft workshop aimed at primary school aged children.

What happens at Zig-Zag?

Each coach (volunteer) is paired with an athlete (participant). Coaches support athletes to help them have fun and improve their skills.

The session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, we find out what’s in store this week – often it’s a surprise to everyone! Each block of sessions follow a theme, which has recently included adventure films, fairytales, and Horrible Histories. Activities include games, art, craft, music and drama and are led by Zig-Zag session leaders. All are strung together by a story, complete with costumes and props. The session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

When and where is Zig-Zag?

Zig-Zag is held 5:15-6:30pm every Thursday during Oxford University term time at the St. Clement’s Family Centre on Cross Street.

If you’re not a student, we need you to fill out a DBS check form before you come to your first session – contact Paul in the KEEN Office for more details.