Zig-Zag
Nov
30
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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GrEAT Social
Nov
27
7:40 PM19:40

GrEAT Social

GrEAT Social is KEEN’s social club for over 18s. We aim to provide age-appropriate activities that make our members feel as independent and included as possible.


GrEAT is very easygoing and we do loads of different activities – from themed nights to bowling and pub quizzes. Sometimes we have visitors, in the past including owls and reptiles.

Every session is different, but at each one our members and volunteers mingle as they please. The GrEAT Leaders plan the activities, which everybody does together to make sure we all have a fun time!

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Keen Teens
Nov
27
6:00 PM18:00

Keen Teens

KEEN Teens is a social club for teenagers. It aims to provide age-appropriate social activities and most importantly lots of fun!



What happens at KEEN Teens?

At the start of the session, some volunteers are paired with athletes who may need individual attention. The rest of the athletes and volunteers mingle as they please. Activities are run by session leaders and have recently included quizzes, sports, cooking, fun science experiments and craft activities. We break halfway for a drink and a snack.


What are the benefits of KEEN Teens?

The purpose of KEEN Teens is to provide an integrated environment for our athletes to develop their social skills and have fun, allowing them to gain confidence and a sense of belonging.

“He enjoys the freedom away from the structured educational environment like in school, and away from home – on his own yet staying safe – and the variety of programmes on offer at the KEEN Teens sessions.” – Andrea, parent


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Allsorts
Nov
25
1:45 PM13:45

Allsorts

Allsorts

AllSorts is our Saturday afternoon sports session. It’s split into two halves – the first for 4 to 13 year olds and the second for 14 to 25 year olds.


What happens at AllSorts?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at AllSorts, so the session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, our sports coordinator leads a warm up before the athletes are split into three groups. The groups rotate around three different activities, which change every week. Halfway through we will have a squash break, and the session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

Sports that have featured recently at AllSorts include football, tennis, rounders, hockey, parachute games, boccia, volleyball, athletics and basketball. Every activity is led by an experienced coach, who plans their session to help develop skills in individual and group settings. No ability is necessary – individual coaches tailor the activities to the needs of their athlete.


What are the benefits of AllSorts?

The activities at AllSorts promote co-ordination, concentration, mobility and fitness. Athletes have the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed, supportive and non-competitive environment.

“KEEN gives Ellie the chance to participate in sports without being the odd one out. This has helped her self-confidence and she loves to talk about the different sports she has done.” – Sara, parent

“Alex’s ability to join in games has improved. I was amazed when I saw him kick a football to another person at a session. He has also learnt turn-taking and anticipates and gets excited when he thinks he is going to get a turn.” – Pauline, parent


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Zig-Zag
Nov
23
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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GrEAT Sports
Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports is our newest session. It started in early 2016, shortly after we appointed a full-time GrEAT Coordinator – Adam. The aim of GrEAT Sports is to fill a regional gap in the provision of non-specific sporting activities to adults with disabilities and to act as a replacement of AllSorts to graduated athletes.

IMG_4940.jpg

What happens at GrEAT Sports?

GrEAT Sports provides taster sessions of a whole range of different sports. Each sport is usually run by a specialist partner across three one-hour sessions so that members get a proper introduction to it, The sessions encourage our members to get active in a familiar and social environment and offer a route into all the different sports we try.

Volunteers help members to participate in the sports, either working with an individual or within a group.


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GrEAT Social
Nov
20
7:40 PM19:40

GrEAT Social

GrEAT Social is KEEN’s social club for over 18s. We aim to provide age-appropriate activities that make our members feel as independent and included as possible.


GrEAT is very easygoing and we do loads of different activities – from themed nights to bowling and pub quizzes. Sometimes we have visitors, in the past including owls and reptiles.

Every session is different, but at each one our members and volunteers mingle as they please. The GrEAT Leaders plan the activities, which everybody does together to make sure we all have a fun time!

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Keen Teens
Nov
20
6:00 PM18:00

Keen Teens

KEEN Teens is a social club for teenagers. It aims to provide age-appropriate social activities and most importantly lots of fun!



What happens at KEEN Teens?

At the start of the session, some volunteers are paired with athletes who may need individual attention. The rest of the athletes and volunteers mingle as they please. Activities are run by session leaders and have recently included quizzes, sports, cooking, fun science experiments and craft activities. We break halfway for a drink and a snack.


What are the benefits of KEEN Teens?

The purpose of KEEN Teens is to provide an integrated environment for our athletes to develop their social skills and have fun, allowing them to gain confidence and a sense of belonging.

“He enjoys the freedom away from the structured educational environment like in school, and away from home – on his own yet staying safe – and the variety of programmes on offer at the KEEN Teens sessions.” – Andrea, parent


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Allsorts
Nov
18
1:45 PM13:45

Allsorts

Allsorts

AllSorts is our Saturday afternoon sports session. It’s split into two halves – the first for 4 to 13 year olds and the second for 14 to 25 year olds.


What happens at AllSorts?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at AllSorts, so the session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, our sports coordinator leads a warm up before the athletes are split into three groups. The groups rotate around three different activities, which change every week. Halfway through we will have a squash break, and the session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

Sports that have featured recently at AllSorts include football, tennis, rounders, hockey, parachute games, boccia, volleyball, athletics and basketball. Every activity is led by an experienced coach, who plans their session to help develop skills in individual and group settings. No ability is necessary – individual coaches tailor the activities to the needs of their athlete.


What are the benefits of AllSorts?

The activities at AllSorts promote co-ordination, concentration, mobility and fitness. Athletes have the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed, supportive and non-competitive environment.

“KEEN gives Ellie the chance to participate in sports without being the odd one out. This has helped her self-confidence and she loves to talk about the different sports she has done.” – Sara, parent

“Alex’s ability to join in games has improved. I was amazed when I saw him kick a football to another person at a session. He has also learnt turn-taking and anticipates and gets excited when he thinks he is going to get a turn.” – Pauline, parent


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Zig-Zag
Nov
16
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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GrEAT Sports
Nov
14
7:00 PM19:00

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports is our newest session. It started in early 2016, shortly after we appointed a full-time GrEAT Coordinator – Adam. The aim of GrEAT Sports is to fill a regional gap in the provision of non-specific sporting activities to adults with disabilities and to act as a replacement of AllSorts to graduated athletes.

IMG_4940.jpg

What happens at GrEAT Sports?

GrEAT Sports provides taster sessions of a whole range of different sports. Each sport is usually run by a specialist partner across three one-hour sessions so that members get a proper introduction to it, The sessions encourage our members to get active in a familiar and social environment and offer a route into all the different sports we try.

Volunteers help members to participate in the sports, either working with an individual or within a group.


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GrEAT Social
Nov
13
7:40 PM19:40

GrEAT Social

GrEAT Social is KEEN’s social club for over 18s. We aim to provide age-appropriate activities that make our members feel as independent and included as possible.


GrEAT is very easygoing and we do loads of different activities – from themed nights to bowling and pub quizzes. Sometimes we have visitors, in the past including owls and reptiles.

Every session is different, but at each one our members and volunteers mingle as they please. The GrEAT Leaders plan the activities, which everybody does together to make sure we all have a fun time!

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Keen Teens
Nov
13
6:00 PM18:00

Keen Teens

KEEN Teens is a social club for teenagers. It aims to provide age-appropriate social activities and most importantly lots of fun!



What happens at KEEN Teens?

At the start of the session, some volunteers are paired with athletes who may need individual attention. The rest of the athletes and volunteers mingle as they please. Activities are run by session leaders and have recently included quizzes, sports, cooking, fun science experiments and craft activities. We break halfway for a drink and a snack.


What are the benefits of KEEN Teens?

The purpose of KEEN Teens is to provide an integrated environment for our athletes to develop their social skills and have fun, allowing them to gain confidence and a sense of belonging.

“He enjoys the freedom away from the structured educational environment like in school, and away from home – on his own yet staying safe – and the variety of programmes on offer at the KEEN Teens sessions.” – Andrea, parent


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Allsorts
Nov
11
1:45 PM13:45

Allsorts

Allsorts

AllSorts is our Saturday afternoon sports session. It’s split into two halves – the first for 4 to 13 year olds and the second for 14 to 25 year olds.


What happens at AllSorts?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at AllSorts, so the session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, our sports coordinator leads a warm up before the athletes are split into three groups. The groups rotate around three different activities, which change every week. Halfway through we will have a squash break, and the session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

Sports that have featured recently at AllSorts include football, tennis, rounders, hockey, parachute games, boccia, volleyball, athletics and basketball. Every activity is led by an experienced coach, who plans their session to help develop skills in individual and group settings. No ability is necessary – individual coaches tailor the activities to the needs of their athlete.


What are the benefits of AllSorts?

The activities at AllSorts promote co-ordination, concentration, mobility and fitness. Athletes have the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed, supportive and non-competitive environment.

“KEEN gives Ellie the chance to participate in sports without being the odd one out. This has helped her self-confidence and she loves to talk about the different sports she has done.” – Sara, parent

“Alex’s ability to join in games has improved. I was amazed when I saw him kick a football to another person at a session. He has also learnt turn-taking and anticipates and gets excited when he thinks he is going to get a turn.” – Pauline, parent


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Zig-Zag
Nov
9
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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GrEAT Sports
Nov
7
7:00 PM19:00

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports is our newest session. It started in early 2016, shortly after we appointed a full-time GrEAT Coordinator – Adam. The aim of GrEAT Sports is to fill a regional gap in the provision of non-specific sporting activities to adults with disabilities and to act as a replacement of AllSorts to graduated athletes.

IMG_4940.jpg

What happens at GrEAT Sports?

GrEAT Sports provides taster sessions of a whole range of different sports. Each sport is usually run by a specialist partner across three one-hour sessions so that members get a proper introduction to it, The sessions encourage our members to get active in a familiar and social environment and offer a route into all the different sports we try.

Volunteers help members to participate in the sports, either working with an individual or within a group.


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GrEAT Social
Nov
6
7:40 PM19:40

GrEAT Social

GrEAT Social is KEEN’s social club for over 18s. We aim to provide age-appropriate activities that make our members feel as independent and included as possible.


GrEAT is very easygoing and we do loads of different activities – from themed nights to bowling and pub quizzes. Sometimes we have visitors, in the past including owls and reptiles.

Every session is different, but at each one our members and volunteers mingle as they please. The GrEAT Leaders plan the activities, which everybody does together to make sure we all have a fun time!

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Keen Teens
Nov
6
6:00 PM18:00

Keen Teens

KEEN Teens is a social club for teenagers. It aims to provide age-appropriate social activities and most importantly lots of fun!



What happens at KEEN Teens?

At the start of the session, some volunteers are paired with athletes who may need individual attention. The rest of the athletes and volunteers mingle as they please. Activities are run by session leaders and have recently included quizzes, sports, cooking, fun science experiments and craft activities. We break halfway for a drink and a snack.


What are the benefits of KEEN Teens?

The purpose of KEEN Teens is to provide an integrated environment for our athletes to develop their social skills and have fun, allowing them to gain confidence and a sense of belonging.

“He enjoys the freedom away from the structured educational environment like in school, and away from home – on his own yet staying safe – and the variety of programmes on offer at the KEEN Teens sessions.” – Andrea, parent


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Allsorts
Nov
4
1:45 PM13:45

Allsorts

Allsorts

AllSorts is our Saturday afternoon sports session. It’s split into two halves – the first for 4 to 13 year olds and the second for 14 to 25 year olds.


What happens at AllSorts?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at AllSorts, so the session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, our sports coordinator leads a warm up before the athletes are split into three groups. The groups rotate around three different activities, which change every week. Halfway through we will have a squash break, and the session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

Sports that have featured recently at AllSorts include football, tennis, rounders, hockey, parachute games, boccia, volleyball, athletics and basketball. Every activity is led by an experienced coach, who plans their session to help develop skills in individual and group settings. No ability is necessary – individual coaches tailor the activities to the needs of their athlete.


What are the benefits of AllSorts?

The activities at AllSorts promote co-ordination, concentration, mobility and fitness. Athletes have the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed, supportive and non-competitive environment.

“KEEN gives Ellie the chance to participate in sports without being the odd one out. This has helped her self-confidence and she loves to talk about the different sports she has done.” – Sara, parent

“Alex’s ability to join in games has improved. I was amazed when I saw him kick a football to another person at a session. He has also learnt turn-taking and anticipates and gets excited when he thinks he is going to get a turn.” – Pauline, parent


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Zig-Zag
Nov
2
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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GrEAT Sports
Oct
31
7:00 PM19:00

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports is our newest session. It started in early 2016, shortly after we appointed a full-time GrEAT Coordinator – Adam. The aim of GrEAT Sports is to fill a regional gap in the provision of non-specific sporting activities to adults with disabilities and to act as a replacement of AllSorts to graduated athletes.

IMG_4940.jpg

What happens at GrEAT Sports?

GrEAT Sports provides taster sessions of a whole range of different sports. Each sport is usually run by a specialist partner across three one-hour sessions so that members get a proper introduction to it, The sessions encourage our members to get active in a familiar and social environment and offer a route into all the different sports we try.

Volunteers help members to participate in the sports, either working with an individual or within a group.


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GrEAT Social
Oct
30
7:40 PM19:40

GrEAT Social

GrEAT Social is KEEN’s social club for over 18s. We aim to provide age-appropriate activities that make our members feel as independent and included as possible.


GrEAT is very easygoing and we do loads of different activities – from themed nights to bowling and pub quizzes. Sometimes we have visitors, in the past including owls and reptiles.

Every session is different, but at each one our members and volunteers mingle as they please. The GrEAT Leaders plan the activities, which everybody does together to make sure we all have a fun time!

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Keen Teens
Oct
30
6:00 PM18:00

Keen Teens

KEEN Teens is a social club for teenagers. It aims to provide age-appropriate social activities and most importantly lots of fun!



What happens at KEEN Teens?

At the start of the session, some volunteers are paired with athletes who may need individual attention. The rest of the athletes and volunteers mingle as they please. Activities are run by session leaders and have recently included quizzes, sports, cooking, fun science experiments and craft activities. We break halfway for a drink and a snack.


What are the benefits of KEEN Teens?

The purpose of KEEN Teens is to provide an integrated environment for our athletes to develop their social skills and have fun, allowing them to gain confidence and a sense of belonging.

“He enjoys the freedom away from the structured educational environment like in school, and away from home – on his own yet staying safe – and the variety of programmes on offer at the KEEN Teens sessions.” – Andrea, parent


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Allsorts
Oct
28
1:45 PM13:45

Allsorts

Allsorts

AllSorts is our Saturday afternoon sports session. It’s split into two halves – the first for 4 to 13 year olds and the second for 14 to 25 year olds.


What happens at AllSorts?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at AllSorts, so the session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, our sports coordinator leads a warm up before the athletes are split into three groups. The groups rotate around three different activities, which change every week. Halfway through we will have a squash break, and the session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

Sports that have featured recently at AllSorts include football, tennis, rounders, hockey, parachute games, boccia, volleyball, athletics and basketball. Every activity is led by an experienced coach, who plans their session to help develop skills in individual and group settings. No ability is necessary – individual coaches tailor the activities to the needs of their athlete.


What are the benefits of AllSorts?

The activities at AllSorts promote co-ordination, concentration, mobility and fitness. Athletes have the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed, supportive and non-competitive environment.

“KEEN gives Ellie the chance to participate in sports without being the odd one out. This has helped her self-confidence and she loves to talk about the different sports she has done.” – Sara, parent

“Alex’s ability to join in games has improved. I was amazed when I saw him kick a football to another person at a session. He has also learnt turn-taking and anticipates and gets excited when he thinks he is going to get a turn.” – Pauline, parent


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Zig-Zag
Oct
26
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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GrEAT Sports
Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports

GrEAT Sports is our newest session. It started in early 2016, shortly after we appointed a full-time GrEAT Coordinator – Adam. The aim of GrEAT Sports is to fill a regional gap in the provision of non-specific sporting activities to adults with disabilities and to act as a replacement of AllSorts to graduated athletes.

IMG_4940.jpg

What happens at GrEAT Sports?

GrEAT Sports provides taster sessions of a whole range of different sports. Each sport is usually run by a specialist partner across three one-hour sessions so that members get a proper introduction to it, The sessions encourage our members to get active in a familiar and social environment and offer a route into all the different sports we try.

Volunteers help members to participate in the sports, either working with an individual or within a group.


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GrEAT Social
Oct
23
7:40 PM19:40

GrEAT Social

GrEAT Social is KEEN’s social club for over 18s. We aim to provide age-appropriate activities that make our members feel as independent and included as possible.


GrEAT is very easygoing and we do loads of different activities – from themed nights to bowling and pub quizzes. Sometimes we have visitors, in the past including owls and reptiles.

Every session is different, but at each one our members and volunteers mingle as they please. The GrEAT Leaders plan the activities, which everybody does together to make sure we all have a fun time!

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Keen Teens
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Keen Teens

KEEN Teens is a social club for teenagers. It aims to provide age-appropriate social activities and most importantly lots of fun!



What happens at KEEN Teens?

At the start of the session, some volunteers are paired with athletes who may need individual attention. The rest of the athletes and volunteers mingle as they please. Activities are run by session leaders and have recently included quizzes, sports, cooking, fun science experiments and craft activities. We break halfway for a drink and a snack.


What are the benefits of KEEN Teens?

The purpose of KEEN Teens is to provide an integrated environment for our athletes to develop their social skills and have fun, allowing them to gain confidence and a sense of belonging.

“He enjoys the freedom away from the structured educational environment like in school, and away from home – on his own yet staying safe – and the variety of programmes on offer at the KEEN Teens sessions.” – Andrea, parent


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Allsorts
Oct
21
1:45 PM13:45

Allsorts

Allsorts

AllSorts is our Saturday afternoon sports session. It’s split into two halves – the first for 4 to 13 year olds and the second for 14 to 25 year olds.


What happens at AllSorts?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at AllSorts, so the session begins with a game of duck-duck-goose whilst athletes and coaches are paired up. After this, our sports coordinator leads a warm up before the athletes are split into three groups. The groups rotate around three different activities, which change every week. Halfway through we will have a squash break, and the session ends with a big Hokey Cokey.

Sports that have featured recently at AllSorts include football, tennis, rounders, hockey, parachute games, boccia, volleyball, athletics and basketball. Every activity is led by an experienced coach, who plans their session to help develop skills in individual and group settings. No ability is necessary – individual coaches tailor the activities to the needs of their athlete.


What are the benefits of AllSorts?

The activities at AllSorts promote co-ordination, concentration, mobility and fitness. Athletes have the opportunity to learn new skills in a relaxed, supportive and non-competitive environment.

“KEEN gives Ellie the chance to participate in sports without being the odd one out. This has helped her self-confidence and she loves to talk about the different sports she has done.” – Sara, parent

“Alex’s ability to join in games has improved. I was amazed when I saw him kick a football to another person at a session. He has also learnt turn-taking and anticipates and gets excited when he thinks he is going to get a turn.” – Pauline, parent


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Zig-Zag
Oct
19
5:30 PM17:30

Zig-Zag

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


What happens at Zig-Zag?

We always aim to provide one-to-one support at Zig-Zag, so 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.


What are the benefits of Zig-Zag?

The emphasis is on integration, creativity and fun. As with all KEEN sessions, athletes at Zig-Zag gain confidence and a sense of belonging. They have the chance to socialise, to use their imaginations and, most importantly, to enjoy themselves!

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