Scarf New Forest
Supporting Special Children and their Relatives and Friends
We always welcome new members to the Scarf group.
Scarf is a registered charity, and we rely entirely on the grants and donations that we receive.
Our holiday activities are for the whole family to enjoy – siblings are welcome to join in.
Scarf 2 is for young people from Year 11 upwards, ie: age 15/16 to 25 years.
Scarf (Supporting Special Children and their Relatives and Friends) is a charity based in the New Forest, Hampshire which organises regular term time clubs as well as holiday activities for children with special needs and their families. Children/young people are aged 0 -25 years and have a range of disabilities and special needs, such as Down’s Syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy.
Despite all the constraints this year, we had a successful summer and managed to put 9 activities on for families. We stayed outside for all our sessions and worked with smaller groups (sometimes running two separate sessions) or gave families allocated time-slots. Luckily the weather was kind to us. We had around 40 families taking part and we’ve have had some great feedback from members letting us know how much they enjoyed these activities as well as being able to get out and about again safely. We are doing some more activities during October Half Term, continuing to stay outside and keeping to small group.
We re-started our Saturday morning Multi Sports club after a long break, kicking off with 6 tennis sessions during September and October, which were fab. We are back to lockdown again, but have organised some zoom Taekwondo sessions with Nic from NF Taekwondo, starting Sat 21st Nov. Please see our Multi Sports section for all the details.
Our face-to-face Youth Club is still on hold due to the current situation however we are starting some fun zoom youth club sessions during October, and also have a chat, cake and craft session planned for October half term. Please see our Youth Club section for more details.
Our drama club is currently taking place via the zoom platform on Monday evenings until the group are ready to move back to face to face sessions at the Forest Arts Centre.
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