Thank you so much to Dave Burwood-beames, saviour of unwanted bikes and kind donor to ASCape. “The first donation to ASCape has been made today of £70 – thanks to those who donated their unwanted bikes and those who bought them. Please help me keep on doing this by not taking your unloved bike toContinue reading “Donate to ASCape”
Saturday 23rd October – A Halloween activities afternoon at The Shire Corscombe for the 7-11’s. Pumpkin trail followed by Halloween Arts & Crafts. This activity is subsidised by ASCape. Cost to parents is £6.50 per child payable on the day. Limited to 10 children so sign up fast on our Facebook page. Tuesday 26th OctoberContinue reading “Oct Half Term”
9th October – Wizarding fun with Harry Potter 6th November – Whiz pop bang with rockets fun 4th December – Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas
We all know how difficult it can be to get our children into a new surroundings however fantastic. So for those parents/children who’s first time it is visiting Hooke or just if your child needs to re-visit the idea before they attend, we have a social story. Please feel free to download and use asContinue reading “Social Story – Hooke Court”
ASCape went tribal at Hooke Court. We practiced our archery skills, foraged in the hedgerows, prepared fresh fish and cooked on open fires.
Groups for May 8th at Hooke Court are as follows, please let me know if you require any changes Group 1 Teens Bryn, Oliver, Aron, Josh, Max, Peter Group 2 Teens Anwen, Felix, Kayleigh, Chloe, Vicki, Sophie, Jaz,Keira Group A, 7-11’s Clare, Xander Cara & Lily Lisa & Amelie Sarah Elizabeth, Libby & Grace MoragContinue reading “ASCape Regatta at Hooke Court”
ASCape offers on an individual basis equine therapy via Eqanimity in Lyme Regis. The work is very much tailored to your needs, e.g. to help with confidence, anxiety or fear issues, self-development, autism or learning difficulties and is available to 11+ years. Each individual case must be presented to the committee. ASCape will fund 4Continue reading “Equanimity”
This week’s Bridport News includes an article by one of our parents showing a snapshot experience of what it is really like to be an ASD parent.
Another successful visit to Hooke Court this April. The teens had a go at archery and making bows. I am happy to announce all fingers and toes are accounted for The younger children tried their hand at making Easter baskets, had an Easter egg hunt and put the low ropes course through it paces. NextContinue reading “Hooke Visit April 2021”
Groups for the day will be as follows: Teens The teens will be in 2 groups Teen Group 1 – Bryn, Robin, Peter, Tess, Maddie, River Teen Group – Anwen, Felix, Tiana, Kayleigh, Chloe, Max Volunteers – Karen, Rob & Pennie Group 1 Clare & Xander, Cara & Lily, Lisa & Amelie, Sarah & Libby,Continue reading “Hooke Court Visit April 2021”