Positive Activities February Half Term Online Activities

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Positive Activities February Half Term free online activities are now LIVE and open to book! Try one of our activities to make new friends, learn something new and have fun over the February Half Term. From Lego, Jazz Dance to How to become a Journalist and Business Battle and lots more. There is lots on offer for young people who live or school in the Borough of Barnet.

We’re supporting Children’s Mental Health Week (1-7 February), hosted by children’s mental health charity Place2Be. This year’s theme is “Express yourself” which is all about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas through creativity. When you’re able to show who you are and how you see the world, you in turn feel better about yourself. To support this we are also hosting a few workshops for young people:

·       Emotions, Thoughts and understanding Workshop for 8-11yrs

·       Safe Image Sharing Workshop for 14yrs+

·       Safe Streaming Workshop for 8-11yrs

To not miss out register on the website: https://barnetyouth.uk/login and enrol on your chosen activity through our Holiday Activities Page: https://barnetyouth.uk/Events?CalendarID=16

All activities are free. Any questions email byes@barnet.gov.uk

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