Sheffield’s Children’s University are offering over 70 free activities for child ...
Free summer fun planned at Children's University festival
There are over 40 activities planned for the summer festival, including a treasure hunt at Sheffield Hallam University, outdoor theatre, roller hockey, dance, arts and crafts, circus skills, music, fire station visits, martial arts, climbing, gaming and performing arts and much more!
Activities and taster sessions are for reception age children upwards, and some are aimed at families taking part together, as well as some activities that are specifically designed for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), which are delivered by specially trained staff.
The activities will be free to Sheffield children who have a CU Passport to Learning. Not got yours yet? Don’t panic – you can buy one from Sheffield libraries for just £3.50 each for Festival of Fun and then use it at Learning Destinations across the city moving forward!
Many of the activities require booking in advance and details of this are provided in the full programme, available here.
You can find out more about Sheffield Children's University here.
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