Leisure Activities

We work with a range of leisure organisations.  Any organisation that supports young people in and out of a school environment can access our support.

So if you are a Brownie leader, run a Scout group, are a leader at a leisure centre, a youth group such as the The Woodcraft Folk or any other youth group, you too can support deaf children and young people to get involved!

Have a look in the menu on the left to see which areas of Leisure we are working with.

Don’t worry if you don’t see your area of leisure listed, we might be working with them too! E mail youthdevelopment@ndcs.org.uk. 

 

Click on orange for arts or yellow for sports to find out more about arts and sports activities!

Me2 deaf-friendly activities orange mc man  Me2 deaf-friendly activities yellow football

 

Training and workshops

Please keep an eye out on our training page for information about our generic deaf-friendly training that we run each year.

Workshops include:

  • How to make sure your participatory activities are accessible for deaf children and young people.
  • How to welcome deaf children and young people to your venue if they are attending as an audience or for a workshop.

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Resources available

We have many resources for different areas of Leisure that you might find useful. Have a look at the menu on the left to see if your area of leisure is covered or have a look at our supporting resources page. 

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