Sefton’s youngest residents are in for a half-term filled with fun and games as the ever popular Be Active programme returns in February.
With activities catering for children from reception age to 12-years-old, Be Active’s programme is available at leisure centres across the borough.
February Fun Day’s will see children take part in a number of enjoyable and challenging activities including obstacle courses, adventure games and dodgeball.
School of Rock dance mash-up workshops will give Sefton’s young performers the chance to learn new choreographed dance routines inspired by their favourite films and songs. There will also be the opportunity to take part in singing and enjoy dance and drama based games.
Be Active will also be taking advantage of the new and improved swimming facilities across the borough with a range of pool-based activities on the cards including a Wave Rave pool party complete with disco lights, music and pool dye.
Sefton’s youngsters can also take a break from dry land and enjoy the perks that come with living on the coast at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre where they can have a go at water sports including bell-boating, raft building and climbing.
The ever popular Everton Soccer School will also be returning to the sports-filled line-up catering for future sports stars of all abilities.
In a bid to get more young people into different sports, Sefton Council is running a number of ‘Come and Try Sessions’. The classes cover a range of activities, including archery, gymnastics and fencing.
Cllr Ian Moncur, Sefton Council’s Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said:
“I’m delighted to see the latest half term line-up from Be Active.
“It is wonderful to see so many activities on offer across Sefton that are not only fun, but also provide fantastic opportunities for Sefton’s young residents to try out new things and learn exciting new skills.
“I look forward to seeing another packed half term of activities across Sefton!”
For more information or to book your place please call Be Active on 0151 288 6286 or visit www.sefton.gov.uk/beactive