Renishaw have very kindly offered to support our newest Technology club based in Stroud.
Very excited to have won our first National Lottery money to take existing clubs away for day trips (to include Warwick Castle, Basketball matches and a trip to a snowdome) and an outward bound weekend!
The Basketball Club is continuing to grow, helped along this autumn by Gloucestershire County Council as we move to a larger court in the centre of town.
Another successful bid with Magnox means that two Gloucestershire after-school STEM clubs are able to run a full program of design, test and build projects.
We’re pleased to announce that our latest club for home educators is being set up with the help of more Sportivate funding. The first basketball sessions begin later this month.
Worcester Tech Club has done really well to secure a full year of funding for mechanical projects from IMechE. Congratulations!
Our Snowsports Club is going from strength to strength and has now won funding from GCC’s Active Together fund, to expand the club and encourage parents to participate alongside their children.
We were delighted to win our first Sportivate grant from Sport England this year to introduce home educated youngsters to skiing and snowboarding.
Great news that our Worcester STEM club has had their application for an IOP grant accepted. Well done to Vicky and Sarah, and exciting to be able to run some interesting projects with them next year.
Our first social enterprise project, Wott-ON, has been generously supported by Renishaw, Gloucestershire Community Foundation, the High Sheriff of Gloucestershire, Stroud District Council Youth Activities Fund, the Barnwood Trust and many other local businesses and people.