Family services directory
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St George's Community Trust (HX3 5BT)
Description: The Community Trust offers free training courses, help with CV building and job search activity all with the aim of increasing individuals' employability chances. Free support. Family and friends welcome if younger children not in school.
Description: Starting Line is an employment service for disabled people of working age living in Calderdale. It supports them to find, apply for and keep a job. The service is tailored to the indvidual's needs.
Studio 1 School of Dance (HD6 1AF)
Description: Dance for all ages and abilities.
Take Me On Job Club (HX1 1BS)
Description: The Take Me On Job Club with C&K Careers for 16 to 19 yera olds includes small group work sessions, interviews skills parctice, one to one appointments, access to the latest job vacancies and more. Refershments will be porvided as well as bus fares up to the value of £2.50/session. Call 01484 225500 and ask for Halifax Centre.
Talk First (OL14 7DD)
Description: Baby signing classes held in Todmorden.
Description: 12 Venues across Calderdale. The adventure begins here..... with fun, football, competitions, activity days, badges, games, camping and more. Anchor Boys aged 5-7yrs, Junior Section aged 8-11yrs, Company Section aged 12-14yrs and the Seniors aged 15-19. There are several different companies spread throughout Calderdale: Illingworth, Luddendenfoot, Halifax, Elland, Highroad Well, Pellon, Shelf, Sowerby Bridge, High Gate, Boothtown and Lee Mount. For more information email email@example.com
The Dance Mill Academy (HX3 6SN)
Description: The Dance Mill provides dance training for anyone aged 18 months to adult. Classes in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, contemporary, street, Zumba fitness, Toning and Gold for beginners, belly dance, breakdance and many more. Can also provide workshops and projects for outside clubs and agencies.
The Himmat Project (HX1 5NX)
Description: Centre for young people 8-24 years, offering homework support and sports and physical activities. Friday activities for girls to 18 years and primary age boys. Summer schools. All activities are age appropriate. Summer Residentials: K2 5-6 years. Youth Centre Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 6.00 pm - 9.00 pm. Homework Drop in Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm. Activities Friday 6.00 pm - 9.00 pm.
The Hive (HX1 5PG)
Description: The Hive offers a wide range of activities for adults with learning disabilities, all designed to encourage a more independent lifestyle. The Hive also offers information on self advocacy, housing, disability rights, disability law etc. Training in practical work based learning also available. Social acivities are also organised.
The Tutor Pages (EC1V 2NX)
Description: Shortlisted for UK Website of the Year, The Tutor Pages is an online publication hosting thousands of articles on home tuition topics for parents and students. It also includes an active forum to discuss private tutoring, and a directory so that residents living in Calderdale can locate a tutor living close to them. This directory is the only directory of private tutors to be recommended by The Good Schools Guide.
Todmorden Children's Centre (OL14 7BX)
Description: The Children's Centre strives to deliver high quality care and education across the community, respecting the needs of individual family units. The centre is community driven and works in partnership with a wide range of individuals, schools and agencies to provide a one-stop shop to health, adult learning, childcare and early education services. It offers other services such as yoga, reflexology, baby clinics, Stay and Play sessions, family activities, holiday activities and family support.
Description: Tutorfair is a website that allows you to find and book private tutors for face-to-face tuition. For every student who pays, Tutorfair give free tutoring to a child who cant. Tutorfair has hundreds of verified tutors who specialise in Dyslexia, 11+, GCSEs, A-levels and degree level subjects. Message top tutors for free and book online today, help is just around the corner!
Upper Valley Women's Group (OL14 7XB)
Description: Friendship, support, activities and services for women in the Upper Calder Valley. All women welcome!
Description: At Upsy Daisys the emphasis is on healthy eating, making friends - among parents as well as children and allowing youngsters the opportunity to burn off excess energy and socialise whilst having fun. Caters for children 0-11 in a safe but three story space. Bistro style café, three floor main play area with four lane slide and walk bridge, small sports court area with football goal posts and basket ball rings, pedal car track, huge 3D crawl through characters and suspended interactive animals, educational toys and party room for up to 25 children (various party packages available from £5.50 per child). Normal entrance fee is £3.50 (under 12 months free).
Whiteleys Academy of Performing Arts (HX1 1YH)
Description: One to one singing, drama, vocal coaching, stage school, ballet, tap, contemporary, modern, jazz, musical theatre, gym, street dance, and lyrical dance lessons. Examinations taken in IDTA, LAMDA & LCM.
Wild Things Drama (OL16 3QD)
Description: Fun no pressure drama sessions for young people aged 3-17. Storytelling, improvisation, confidence building and clear speaking are just some of the skills children can expect to learn. Older students can explore characters through script, mime and performance. Examinations are available through LAMDA for those wanting to gain a professional qualification in drama. Children's Centre sessions for 3-5 years are currently available in Hebden Bridge and Todmorden. Drama school sessions at our Halifax School cost £6/class or £5 if block booked. Individual tutoring or tailored drama sessions/performances available at a negotiable price.
Work Club (HX5 0BB)
Description: Free support for families and young people looking for work, training, volunteering opportunities, apprenticeships or short courses. Guidance and support with job searching and CV writing.
Description: Yorkshire Dyslexia (formerly The 3D Centre) is an independent organisation which supports children and adults with specific learning difficulties - dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia. Offers assessment and tuition for individuals and training for professionals.
Yorkshire Youth and Music Ltd (HX3 5AX)
Description: A charity specialising in music education and training. Their aim is to help children and young people in Yorkshire and the Humber to experience the enjoyment of music-making, and for them to develop musical skills and interest in music which may last them their whole lives.
Description: Centre for young females. Runs activity classes, gym, English classes, advice sessions around employment and benefits, computer classes, homework classes for girls. Use of posters/leaflets/events/talks to give out information. Hold 1-2-1 discussions, as well as groups led by service users and issues brought up and dealt with appropriately.