Here are some of the The MedwayGo Team who deliver a great range of activities for young people across Medway.

  • Medway Adult Education

    Medway Adult Education run a Family Learning programme across Medway-offering a diverse range of subjects.

    These are for families to enjoy and learn together, as the grown-up stays with their children through the sessions.

    For Medway Go, they hold sessions at several primary schools running gardening, painting, printing, puppet-making, yoga, gardening and more.

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  • Anchorians Football Club

    Anchorians Football Club is a FA 3* accredited club, which is the highest rating on the FA’s accreditation scheme. This allows the club to deliver planned sessions in a controlled and safe environment, utilising the latest facilities at Watling Park Football Centre, that will enhance the players experience, creating fun and enjoyable sessions, allowing the participants to express themselves, create new friends and develop their skill sets both on and off the pitch.

    The club provides fresh nutritious meals daily to each participant that attends the sessions.

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  • Icon Theatre

    Icon Theatre is an award-winning Medway-based theatre and participatory arts charity each year producing large-scale productions where professional theatre-makers collaborate with the Medway community, Theatre31 is Icon Theatre’s arts programme – by young people for young people. Theatre31 projects include youth theatres, workshops in schools, holiday programmes and performance projects.

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  • Body Buddies

    Body Buddies are a team of superheroes who do their work around the body to keep you fit and healthy. These vital organs are crucial to the health and well-being of every child. We believe for every individual to understand and care for their own Body Buddies is the first and most important step to improve on the health and happiness of our children.

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  • Fuzion Active

    Fuzion Active is a local sports and education organisation with many years of experience in delivering activities to children of all ages. With fun and energetic staff, the children they work with are looked after, cared for and given opportunities to try many different activities; and supported fully along the way. The Fuzion Active staff range from qualified teachers, sports coaches and experienced holiday club staff.

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  • Hoo Sports

    Hoo Sport offers fun and exciting holiday clubs during each school holiday, providing multiple sporting opportunities and activities in a fun, safe environment and familiar setting. Our clubs look to get children playing sports, improving confidence, socially interacting, having fun whilst making new friends. Children will play a variety of activities including football, hockey, basketball, gymnastics, dodgeball, handball, archery, table tennis, kwik-cricket, swimming, trampolining, inflatables and many more.

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  • Medway Sport

    Medway Sport is the sport and leisure service at Medway Council, responsible for delivering a wide range of sports participation and development activities within the community and at Medway’s sports centres.

    The team has extensive experience delivering a wide range of activities for young people, including sporting activities for the Fit and Fed holiday hunger programme, and multi-sport Mini Youth Sports camps for 7–11-year-olds at Medway Park and Strood Sports Centres. We also support high-quality community sports clubs and organisations to widen the offer of sport and physical activity opportunities with the MedwayGo programme.

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  • Mid Kent College

    Pavilion Events and Glassbox Theatre, at MidKent College offers a variety of activities for Medway Go within our facilities at Medway. From venue hire for local providers running programmes, to running our own provisions including film days, animal care, Esports and more we are proud to work with Medway Go.

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  • Jimmy's Tennis

    From their base at Frindsbury Lawn Tennis Club and satellite clubs at local schools, Jimmy’s
    Tennis provide a comprehensive range of fun activities based around tennis, for children, families and those that need the extra help. Games based around wellbeing and mental health are also included within the activities. Well known within Medway for SEN and Disability support.

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  • Little Yoga Warriors

    Set in the beautiful Kent countryside, our activity is a calming and memorable experience joining Lower Bush Alpacas. We aim to create a relaxing and inviting environment where children feel at ease. Exploring yoga through imaginative play and adventure helping them build strength, balance and confidence, empowering young minds and giving them a sense of calm.

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  • Lower Bush Alpaca

    We are a small, family-run alpaca experience business with a focus on health and well-being. We offer a variety of experiences to the general public including Meet the Alpacas and Walking with Alpacas. Alongside this, we offer a variety of experiences specifically designed to promote emotional well-being including yoga retreats with the alpacas. Our summer holiday offering combines a wonderful storytime yoga experience with the benefits of being

    outdoors and spending time with alpacas. We offer a variety of other activities including crafting and an obstacle course so ensure there is something for everyone. We have a special interest in supporting those with additional needs.

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  • ROCC Rivermead

    We are a respite provision that provides care for young people with various special needs in the school holidays from primary aged children all way through to adulthood (25).

    ROCC provides respite both with on-site activities at our hub and taking young people out into the wider community to enjoy many experiences. Our primary focus is supporting each individual ensuring that they are able to develop their self-esteem and have enjoyable experiences with peers and trusted adults. We endeavour to be a support to our families and go above and beyond in our care for each individual child.

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  • Monkey Bizz

    We enjoyed entertaining up to 60 children per day through the school holidays. Offering 2 1⁄2 hours of play in our multi-level play frame and role play area as well as craft and cooking activities. The children enjoyed a nutritious meal as part of their session.

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  • Paramount Foundation

    The Paramount Foundation provide an eclectic mix of enrichment activities for children designed to challenge their minds and build team relationships. Using a mixture of drama and music techniques as well as sports and physical activity games, The Paramount Foundation’s HAF sessions are dynamic and engaging.

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  • StreetGames UK

    Addressing holiday gap provision remains a key priority for StreetGames and the Fit and Fed programme aims to tackle three distinct challenges: holiday hunger, isolation, and inactivity.

    We work with Locally Trusted Organisations to provide physical activity sessions and healthy meals to underserved young people across the UK. The programme also provides opportunities to deliver other social outcomes such as improving mental health, reducing social isolation, nutritious eating, and educational support.

    Through delivering Fit and Fed during school holidays, we have also created pathways into year- round activity such as locally delivered Doorstep Sport. Our evidence tells us that sporting activity is a critical component of successfully engaging underserved young people and their families – it is the hook that leads to other interventions.

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  • Riverside Country Park

    Riverside Country Park holds events throughout the year. Through fun and creative sessions, our educational focus links them back to nature. Here children can benefit from not only spending time in the great outdoors, but getting hands on and developing their understanding and interest in nature.

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  • Street Soccer Foundation

    The Street Soccer Foundation is a sport-for-change charity which uses the global no.1 sport as a catalyst to improve the lives of vulnerable and homeless young people across the country. Our nationally acclaimed flagship programme, the Street Soccer Academy, is viewed as the no.1 football-led project tackling youth homelessness in England providing a learning and development opportunity for 18–25-year-olds.

    We also run a Street Soccer Schools’ programme for Primary Schools, providing vulnerable and disengaged children a combination of Football Coaching for physical and mental health and wellbeing, with facilitated workshops on mindset coaching and mentoring support, targeting social, emotional, behaviour and resilience training.

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  • Strive

    Strive PE and Sport run school holiday and after school clubs aimed at young people in year 1-6. These holiday activity camps offer packed sporting adventures that help children make new friends and improve sporting ability while having lots of fun! Activities are timetabled daily and run by qualified, DBS checked PE teachers and sports coaches.

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  • Medway Youth Service

    Medway Youth Service works with young people 8–19 years old (25 for young people with additional needs) offering somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to in their leisure time. It delivers a range of social, sports, creative and fun activities, supporting young people to learn new skills and socialise in a safe, positive way.

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  • Jam Coding

    Our Holiday Clubs are where Computing, Activities and Healthy Eating all meet!

    During our course we look at all areas of Digital Skills, not just Coding! This includes Stop Motion Animation, Minecraft Challenges, Game building, 3D Design and much more. Of course, children can’t be online for more than an hour at a time which is why our club also include activities and crafts. We have a sports coach that brings our offline games together and crafting challenges to ensure the week is well-rounded and fun for children of all ages and interests.

    We will also show children how to make a food based computer game for them to bring home and challenge people!

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  • Great Leaps

    Great Leaps provides outdoor activities that the whole family can get stuck in with. We are able to offer activities designed to teach you new skills about surviving in the outdoors, cooking, making things, using tools all while have a huge amount of fun under our parachute in the woods.

    Come and join us for your next holiday adventure.

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  • Challenger Troop

    Challenger Troop’s award-winning team has been working with a variety of young people for over 17 years, delivering programmes across Kent and Sussex to develop the personal and life skills of the participants.

    The programme consists of a variety of team building and adventurous activities designed to raise self-esteem, build resilience and to be fun for all.

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  • MFSE

    Our multi-sports club consist of lots of sporting activities such as football, basketball, dodgeball, gymnastics, rounders, bench ball, tennis and so many more! We will be running competitions for children to get involved with and the chance to win lots of prizes!

    Not only are we running our multi sports club, but we are delighted to be offering Forest School for all children to join every Wednesday and Thursday which is run by 2 qualified leaders.

    Children will have lots of fun making new friends, keeping active, and developing new skill in different sports.

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  • Department for Education
  • Medway Council

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