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If you have a child in Key Stage 2 who is hoping for a fun and engaging February half-term with opportunities to make new friends and develop new skills then look no further…

If you have a child in Key Stage 2 who is hoping for a fun and engaging February half-term with opportunities to make new friends and develop new skills then look no further…
Evolve will be presenting a new XLR8 course at Ilkley Grammar School and 7-11 year olds across the Bradford area are all invited. XLR8 courses are brand new programmes that offer a range of activities for all interests and abilities. Children will have the chance to take part in digital media workshops, talent shows, den building, tribal creation and a wide range of both physical and cognitive activities.
There will be countless opportunities to make new friends with local children from other schools, backgrounds and age groups. Our highly trained team of Health Mentors are committed to ensuring your child has great fun whilst learning key life skills in a safe, secure and friendly environment. All of our team have been trained in first aid and safeguarding alongside our industry leading and university accredited training programmes.
To find out more information and book your place, contact Josh Cronin on josh@evolvesi.com or visit www.evolvesi.com/xlr8

THE EVOLVE JOURNEY

Evolve is a social enterprise that is pioneering ways of improving life outcomes for our next generation. As policy makers start to understand the direct relationship between health and educational success, headteachers are demanding grassroots solutions that drive achievement whilst addressing the challenges that children face whilst growing up in the digital age.

This is a movement that’s bigger than just education or public health: it’s about changing the way we support children by bringing together key stakeholders including parents, schools, local authorities, community groups and policy makers.

Since 2003, Evolve has been at the forefront of this growing movement. Through our team of qualified Health Mentors and our range of innovative programmes, we help children to succeed and achieve their potential by delivering multiple and simultaneous benefits at the upstream, preventative level.

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