Availability: this taster session is now full, but you can ask to go on the waiting list or find out about future classes!
Date: Monday 6 June 2016.
Time: 2pm to 3pm.
Venue: Pirate’s Play Centre, 41 Rowley Drive, Sherwood, Nottingham, NG5 1GD.
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Area: off the Hucknall Road about 2 miles north of the city centre, on the western side of Sherwood, towards Basford. Brown Line buses go nearby.
Age range: 4 to 8.
Price: This taster is FREE. Future class price to be confirmed, probably about £4 per session. It includes a free go on the soft play area as well, either before or after the class.
Enquiries: Bekky is the organiser.
Email: bekky_robinson at yahoo dot com.
An hour of hands-on experiments and mathematical discovery aimed at young children, to develop mathematical and scientific thinking skills, and learn more about how the world works.
This is a taster session with the intention of a four week block of classes to follow if there is enough interest.
The taster session will be on the theme of Floating and Sinking with hands on experiments, group work and learning through directed play and fun!
It will take place at the Pirates Play Centre in Sherwood, and the owners have very kindly agreed to let those attending the class have a free play before or after the class.
If a child with autism or a learning disability wishes to attend, then if they let me know in advance I can adjust those parts of the class to make it more suitable to their needs.
Map showing Pirate’s Play Centre:
Nearest bus stop coming from the north: “Leonard Avenue“.
Nearest bus stop coming from the south: “Perry Road” – but there’s not much in it. Leonard Avenue is nearly as close.
Both are on the Brown Line along Hucknall Road. There are frequent buses throughout the day; the 15, 16, 16C or 17 all go there. In town, these buses go from stops T1 and T2 on Milton Road just north of Trinity Square, opposite the Victoria Centre.
Alternatively, if you’re coming from out of town along the Yellow Line along Nottingham Road, your nearest bus stop is called “Haydn Road”. Or if you’re coming from out of town along the Purple or Lime lines, your nearest stop would be a different one called “Haydn Road”. Compared to getting a Brown Line bus, these options mean a bit more walking.
On the map, it looks as though if you’re walking up from the west (e.g. from a yellow line bus), you might be able to turn down some kind of footpath just before the Free School, to take a shortcut to Pirate’s. However, it has gates, so if they’re locked, maybe not. Updates welcome if you’ve been there!
Cars & parking: Note that vehicle access is only along Kelham Drive.
There is parking at Pirates which should be ample during the day when it’ll be mostly us using the venue.