Wolfprint

Supported by Children in Need funding, our Wolfprint programme allows children and young people with disabilities and additional needs to get creative and express themselves through dance, music and art.

Our weekly activities offer participants the opportunity to develop their skills in their chosen art form led by our team of experienced artists and workshop leaders. We create inclusive sessions which challenge the children and young people whilst raising their aspirations and building their confidence. Last year our dancers have performed as part of the national DaDa Youth Fest at the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool. Both the music and dance groups have represented the Foundation in the Disability Awareness Day celebrations and groups have worked towards their Arts Awards Discover certificates!

Wolfprint Wednesday

Held in the school holidays, Wolfprint Wednesday is an opportunity for young people with additional needs to attend an accessible Performing Arts workshop.

This structured workshop allows participants to fully immerse themselves creatively into a chosen topic. By encouraging imagination and creativity, participants have the opportunity to research the chosen topic, design and develop props, produce scripts with support all culminating with a performance at the end of the session. A great opportunity to pull together all of the mental and physical creativity the day has generated.

Wolfprint Wednesday is held at the Pyramid in Warrington and dates for forthcoming workshops can be found on this page in advance of every school holiday excluding Christmas.

For more information – craigthomason@warringtonwolvesfoundation.com

Wolfprint Art

The Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation deliver a weekly arts and craft session that helps support young people with disabilities to access, enjoy and experience arts and crafts in a fun, inclusive and engaging atmosphere! The sessions are delivered by friendly Wolves Foundation staff members who are qualified and experienced in working with people with a range of disabilities aiming to support all participants explore their own creativity with a real sense of community removing barriers to access arts and crafts! The sessions consist of a range of sensory-based creative activities specifically designed to cater for the needs and interests of the participants involved within the session. The sessions also welcome PA workers, parents/guardians to attend however this is not compulsory! Our arts and crafts session participants are a group of young people with disabilities who like to get together and be creative by building, painting, designing, drawing, and much much more!

For more information  Рcraigthomason@warringtonwolvesfoundation.com

Wolfprint dance

The Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation deliver weekly dance and movement sessions for young people with disabilities in two age groups; 7-11 and 11+. Both sessions are delivered by friendly Wolves Foundation staff members who are qualified and experienced in working with people with a range of disabilities aiming to help introduce participants to the basics of dance in a fun and engaging hour-long session. The session’s friendly community atmosphere provides a safe place for participants to have fun and keep fit! The sessions are specifically designed to cater for the needs and interests of the participants, aiming to help all make new friends, build confidence, help with balance, concentration and improving fitness all whilst having fun! The session also provides an opportunity for the participants to showcase their dancing abilities through performances! These might be informal at the end of sessions, or performing at public events/ festivals such as Disability Awareness Day!

For more information – craigthomason@warringtonwolvesfoundation.com

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