Hub O'clock

Hub o’clock runs from 16.30 - 18.00!

During our early evening programme, we offer a range of activities to develop fun and friendship. An extension of our daily service, we do our best to tailor sessions to each individuals interests.


Whatever the interest, we can find an activity to suit you. Group or one to one sessions can be arranged.

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Watercolor Paints

Types of activities

  • Sport - Football, basketball, garden games, parachute challenge, cycling, orienteering, Nature trail, walks, sensory garden, Olympic day, pooh sticks, kite making, Yoga, dance, team games (paper tower, chair).

  • Gardening – planting seeds, sunflower challenge, pot decorating, making bird feeders, making bird treats (Fat balls), mini garden challenge.•

  • Food - Sensory food tasting, 5 a day, “fake away” cooking, healthy eating, the eat well plate, Afternoon tea family treat, fibre, bread making, Grilling food – BBQ , Ready steady cook challenge, healthy snacks - picnics.

  • Art and craft - Dream catchers. painting, pebble river, Salt dough sculptures, garden ornaments/decorations, wooden animal fence design, weaving, Lego challenge

  • Pottery – Start of the mosaic on the wall

AND MANY MORE!

Matthew is a great advocate of the Hub o’clock - he attends regularly and it is his ultimate goal to make and sell his homemade lasagne in the Orangery Bistro.

Matthew has made his lasagne and eaten it with his family in the Orangery.

We regularly practice his skills in our orangery kitchen and are even completing a food hygiene certificate for Matthew. 

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Over the term Matthew has made:

  • Chicken nuggets

  • Ice cream

  • Chocolate fudge cake

  • Fish cakes 

  • Corned beef pie

  • Muffins

  • Sausage rolls

As Matthew's mum does not eat gluten, we have tested a range of gluten free recipes including:

  • Sausage Rolls

  • Orange cake 

AND MANY MORE!

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Matthew