Sprout outdoor activity sessions are a great way for families to have outdoor fun together.
A gardening club with a difference for families who have a child or young person with additional needs, no need for a diagnosis and no age limits. Siblings and other family members are also just as much a part of the group. We see families as a whole, not just focusing on the needs of an individual child or children.
At Cliffe House in Shepley or Northorpe Hall in Mirfield there are fun family activities such as den building, bug safaris, seed sowing, cooking, creative arts and campfires. We provide outdoor activities for children with needs such as specific learning difficulties, a variety of complex needs such as Autistic Spectrum disorders, ADHD, sensory processing or speech and language difficulties, and children with physical disabilities.
We also support families who have adopted or fostered children in their care. It’s a great opportunity for parents to get together and chat, learn new skills and join in with their child having fun outdoors – we set it up, provide the fun and clear it away, with the added bonus of hot chocolate, jam sandwiches and plenty of tea!