Release is a holiday activity club where children and young people can express their individuality and creativity, whilst offering support with emotional wellbeing.
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What's it all about?
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Release is delivered over 4 days, 4 hours each day, it will enable you to explore who you are and how you want to be perceived. It will enable you to value your self worth and understand that you don’t have to be “Liked” to be liked. Social media does not define you. You will be given the opportunity to share feelings and emotions in a safe space with your group, whilst enjoying music, dance and songwriting to awaken your creative mind.
You will be introduced to street dance and hip hop techniques, learn a routine and a song along with understanding how to construct your own song or rap to express emotions.
You will receive your own Release t-shirt and song writing book and receive a meal each day they attend.
You will also be given a performance opportunity where you will share your work at the end of the week showcasing what you have achieved.
The emotional impact of social media has left many young people with little or no confidence, unrealistic about their aspirations and goals, insecure and unsure.
You will have access to a safe space in which to explore your emotions through songwriting, learn new skills and release anxieties through the power of dance and music.
How can we help?
The Release programme can be beneficial for families who may need childcare in the holidays or for those who may need other support.
For full details please contact us at: email@example.com or call us on 0115 993 2370
We can offer Release as a 4 day intense programme.
What does it achieve?
Aims and objectives of the programme
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Perform dances using a range of movement patterns
I can apply my skills, techniques and ideas consistantly
Telling a story through music, creating a soundscape
How regulations and age restrictions promote safety in reference to social media, TV, films and games
How to express feelings, respond to feelings appropriatley in different situations, recognise warning signs and how to seek support
Respecting similarities/differences between people, listening to a wide rang of pepole with different lifestyles/beliefs etc.
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