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Spring Term Programme

Following on from our first term, we have listened to the community and feedback given to bring a more modular offering this term with the opportunity to book in for more half day workshops.  We continue to build wider partnerships introducing this term a Global Citizen theme with an opportunity to join a collaboration with the Global Goals Centre and access to online provider Lyfta.  

All our sessions are aimed at young people age 12+ except the Global Goals Workshops which are age 10+. 

All our sessions are drop-off except Global Goals Workshops where parents can stay if needed.


Our term dates for spring and summer terms are: 

19th February – 28th March
Easter break

15th April – 24th May 
Mid term break

3rd June – 28th June


Over July we will run some pop up workshops with different collaborators and learning opportunities. 
August full break for team with no workshops. 

All dates for sessions in workshop links below.

Our full days run 10:30am - 4:15pm

Mornings are 10:30am - 1pm

Afternoons 1:45pm - 4:15pm

For full details please click on the sessions below.


The Hub workshops and city wide opportunities are to supports parents whose children are not in full time school by supplementing the learning taking place at home and elsewhere. Whilst much learning takes place at the Hub, the responsibility for providing a full-time education remains with the parents.

Our community is growing and we are always open to new young people joining us.   We encourage you, if you are booking for the first time, to reach out and say hello.   For our regular workshops we are always keen to meet potential new learners to ensure we can welcome them well into our community.  

If your young person has SEN then it is essential we have a conversation before you book, we are a small team and need to ensure we can support your young person well.

Email us to say hello. 

If you would like to learn more about our team and collaborators - you can read here.


Our creative workshops offer different learning opportunities; Bex facilitates these workshops supported by Matt and Jo, sometimes we have a local artist come and share their experience. The focus is that  creative skills are developed and confidence is grown.

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We currently have beginners and intermediate French and intermediate Spanish workshops led by language student at the University of Bristol and supported by Fabienne. Learn through an immersive language experience.

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Once a month we are collaborating with the Global Goals Centre in Bristol where their team will lead a two hour workshops exploring different themes within the Global Goals. 


Join our drama workshops with Weronika. Her workshops interweave drama games, improvisation, working on a scripts and rehearsing for mini performances. Her sessions are dynamic, fun and confidence building.


A space for learners to bring their own projects, where self directed study is encouraged, the team will be onsite to answer questions, keep learners focused and help them when they get stuck. 

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Explore the world with Lyfta’s immersive learning platform with new storyworlds released each month. Join Fabienne on zoom once a month to explore learning and being a global citizen. Watch here to learn more.


Opportunity to explore different learning opportunities within Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths plus Entrepreneurship. These workshops are interactive and project based led by Caroline and Matt. 


There are many online school learners who would love to work somewhere other than home and meet other teens. The Hub is open for learners to come work, step into their online sessions and complete their own studies.


Come join our workshop in the Learning Lab at the Old Market Science Creates incubator, led by the Science Creates Outreach team in collaboration with one of the amazing innovative companies in residence. 


We are using Kids Club HQ to take bookings as it is Ofsted compliant and enables us to hold young people's data securely and create a simple booking system for this pilot season. You can find a user guide here. 

Our Parent Community

We have a growing parent community - come join us for a drink, to share stories and encourage each other on our journeys. Many parents whose children are joining us in the Hub have had a difficult journey with school and often feel isolated. We are not alone!

Our gatherings are a safe space, in a private room  ('The Library' at The Artist Residence to meet, share and connect. 

Tuesday 19th Marc
Tuesday 21st May
from 715pm - come drop in and join us!


We also host a regular zoom drop in for any prospective parents & carers who want to know more about what the Hub offers. Please join us for an informal conversation and ask any questions you might have about the team, our ethos and how the hub works.

Next date:
Thursday 14th March 7-8pm. ​

Sign up through Heartbeat our parent community platform

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