Norfolk Music Hub in partnership with Norfolk County Council’s Holiday Activity Fund are delighted to bring to Great Yarmouth a fun week of musical fitness activities based around musical performance!

The aim of the 4 days is to bring young people from across Norfolk together to engage in a mini performance including singing, movement, dancing, chair drumming and samba.

The Big Norfolk Holiday Fun scheme is being run by Norfolk County Council, in partnership with Active Norfolk and is free to all families with children aged 5-16, who are eligible for means tested free school meals.


FAQs

When do these sessions take place?
Monday 2nd August – Thursday 5th August

What age does my child need to be to attend
Age between 7-11 years old (key stage 2 students for the academic year 20/21)

Where are these sessions taking place?
Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy, Suffolk Road, NR31 0ER  (view on map)

Does my child have to attend all the sessions?
If you would like your child to attend they will need to attend every session that week

What are times of the sessions?
Registration is at 10am each day and pick up is at 2pm

On the last day we hope that there will be a short concert at 1.30pm for parents to attend if restrictions allow. Further information on this will be emailed out nearer the time

Can any young person attend?
This week is offered to any young people residing in Norfolk eligible for Free School Meals

How many young people will be attending?
Places are strictly limited to 40 places, so sign up as soon as possible to secure your place

Do I need to send my child with a packed lunch?
A packed lunch will be provided each day for young people booked onto these sessions. There will also be a healthy snack and water available.


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