Dragon Boat Challenge
On Sunday 31st July, Team Seven Stories will be taking part in Hetton Lyons Dragon Boat Race to raise funds to enhance the Seven Stories experience for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
July 2016 - July 2016
Charity information: Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books
Sensory story experiences can be very effective in engaging children with learning difficulties and disabilities, encouraging discovery and interaction and providing a joyful shared experience.
Money raised will be used to buy sensory resources for interactive story sessions and help us to provide services that are accessible and inclusive.
Enhance the Seven Stories experience for children with special educational needs and disabilities
Activities» Team Seven Stories will be taking part in Hetton Lyons Dragon Boat Race on 31st July 16.
What success will look like
Success will be fantastic support from our friends and supporters, recognising our commitment to welcoming more children/young people with disabilities and learning difficulties.
With your support we can continue our journey towards making our venue and activities fully accessible.
It is often hard for parents to find activities that suitably cater for their child's needs, and it is especially hard to find activities that can be enjoyed by all family members together. With your help we can enable more families with special access needs to enjoy our activities and share in the delight of children’s stories that belong to us all.
Seven Stories staff are fully prepared for the challenge ahead!
Seven Stories will be updating on the Dragon Boat Challenge through our website and social media.
Budget - Project Cost: £750Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £750 Resources Books and sensory equipment
Seven Stories is Britain's home for children's books.
We are based where this mission counts most - in the heart of some of the Northeast's most disadvantaged communities.
We are raising funds to benefit children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Our exciting learning programme encourages many thousands of children, students, families and teachers every year to chose, enjoy and share books together.
We are already on a journey towards making our venue and resources fully accessible, and with your support we can create more opportunities for children of all abilities to engage with our exhibitions and activities by creating a pool of dedicated sensory resources.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
'Seven Stories Slayers'
A team of Seven Stories staff, including CEO Kate Edwards, together with our friends from First Class Supply & Unwritten Creative.