Raising a young family in an urban setting can bring its own set of challenges. We provide a range of creative play sessions where parents and carers can register their children in the knowledge that the kids are safe, having fun and meeting new friends. Or they can come along to family workshops and events where they can create and enjoy their leisure time together.
We also work in partnership with local schools to support the curriculum through delivery of specialist arts and media projects, performances and issue-based activities.
We have partnered with Govan Home Education Link Project to provide some fun arts activities that bring parents and children together to play and learn from each other.
They were too old for the Kidz Club and too young for the Drop In, so they knocked on our door a few weeks before Guy Fawkes Night 2014 and asked for help making their “Guy”. Since then, this group of young people have been meeting every Monday to make, create, and learn about the issues affecting young people in their community.
A fun club for budding artists and performers to develop their creativity. In the past year this group have learned singing, drama, dance, guitar, costume making and have performed in front of 500 people for our ‘Clydeside Story’ project.
Hopscotch Theatre’s new gang awareness drama workshops are designed for p6-p7 pupils, highlighting the advantages of being an individual as opposed to a gang member
A fun programme of arts, crafts, games and family activities, in partnership with the Portal Artists In Residence and Govan Home Education Link Project. Come along and learn new skills while having fun with your kids.
Hot on the heels of the Creative Summer Camp, the Friday Portal Kidz Club is busier than ever with everybody working hard towards our ‘Clydeside Story’ project.
Sign up now for sessions in dance, film, drama and music taking place across the South West.
The Portal Kidz Club, for kids aged 5 to 10 years old, runs every Friday afternoon and is packed full of games, challenges and creative activities.
Govan takes it own slant on “500 days of Summer” !