SEND Short Breaks -Chance to Dance Stars CIC - Dance and Multi Activity Program
Short breaks are available for Reading children aged 5 years to 18 years old.
We cater for children 5 years to 25 years at all our activities. (discounted short breaks not available for 19-25yrs)
Chance to Dance Stars CIC will provide group activities for children & young people with disabilities to have new experiences with sport and dance, to have fun and to build upon social and physical needs.
*Note* Cost - £20 per day for anyone outside of Reading.
Reading Residents - Session are partial funded by Brighter Futures for Children. You receive a 50% discount only paying £10 per day. Don't forget to enter your discount code: EQN344. Proof of residence will be required in booking.
If your child requires 1:1 you must contact Vicky before booking on email@example.com or 07736343570
Time 10am till 2pm (sometimes we have to run 9am till 1pm)
Location - Reading
Activities can vary week by week. We will always ask for your feedback.
Sports, dance, drama, singing, arts and crafts, table top games, zumba kids, generation pound, yoga, gymnastics, sensory and messy play.
We use inclusive instructors to run our activities and very grateful for all their support.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Victoria Andrews
- Contact Position
- Founder and Dance Teacher
- 07736 343570 07736 343570
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Where to go
- Beansheaf Community Centre
- RG31 7AW
Directions to RG31 7AW
Please ensure you take note of location as we use Coley Park Community Centre when the Beansheaf is already booked.
All our venues have more than one hall so we do share communal areas so please be respectful for others.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Sundays 10am to 2pm
- Time of day
- £20 for anyone living outside Reading. Part funded short breaks for Reading Residents 50% discount
- Referral required
- Referral Details
We do not need a referral for you to attend. Please enquire as a family.
- Other notes
We cater for all SEND needs including those who require support with hygiene including those who are incontinet or wearing pads. The team are also epilepsy trained and willing to accept student who require emergency medication. Full care plan will be required.
We have limited staffing though can support 2 1:1 each session - as long as they will benefit from the activities on offer.
We accept all young people with any SEND and willing to learn about those we may not have come across.
Our space is big enough to support wheelchair users and those using walking aids.
Our staff are Makaton trained so can support non-verbal students.
We cover Reading and use community centres, though we do have additonal activites running in Bracknell.
Many of our students have a diganosis and some students come from a looked after background. If your child struggles in mainstream please do feel free to come along.
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