Development Activities

Weekly activities operating during term time only

Athletics

If you would love to be fast like Usain Bolt, multi event like Katarina Johnson-Thompson, or be a champ like Laura Muir, whilst having lots of fun, then come along to the Athletics session on Mondays 4.30pm-5.30pm at The Centre! You’ll be taught the fundamentals of throwing, jumping and sprinting and, if you’re 8 years old and over, there’ll be an opportunity to join Notts Athletic Club! The session is for primary school children aged 5-11 years.

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A pick up service for an additional £2 is available for children who attend Round Hill Primary School. Please book before 12:30 on the day and payment must be made before session. 

Cookery

Do you want to learn to cook some new meals in a fun atmosphere? If so, then this is the club for you! So far we have had technical challenges and show stopper creations and have crowned many star bakers! This term our theme is ‘North and South American Treats’, If you would like to make things from these regions then do not hesitate to contact The Pearson Centre and book a place prior to the session by midday to make sure there’ll be enough ingredients. This club is every Tuesday 4-5pm for ages 5-11.

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A pick up service is available for children who attend Roundhill Primary School. Please book and pay before 12:30 on the day. 

Dodgeball

These sessions are run by Nottingham University Dodgeball Society, and you will learn the four vital skills for Dodgeball mastery: Duck, Dodge, Dip and Dive! It runs every Wednesdays 4 – 5 pm for primary school children aged 5-11. So if you fancy coming along to get the chance to throw a ball at your friends (because it’s so much fun!), then come down to The Pearson Centre and join in!

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A pick up service is available for children who attend Roundhill Primary School. Please book before 12:30 on the day and payment must be made before session. 

Discovery

Learn all about Planet Earth from the centre of Beeston. Discover different countries, traditions and the geography of the world through games, baking, crafts, experiments and much more! Experience world foods, fascinating architecture, volcanic eruptions and what it is like to be in David Attenborough’s shoes! Discovery runs every Wednesday during term time, 4-5pm for primary school children aged 5-11.

Click here to find out more.                                                                                                                                                                                     Please note that Discovery will not be starting until the earliest November, very sorry for any inconvenience this may coarse. 

A pick up service is available for children who attend Roundhill Primary School. Please book before 12:30 on the day and payment must be made before session. 

Find Your Art

Love being creative but not sure what you like best? At ‘Find your Art’ you will have the opportunity to explore and have fun with a variety of Arts and Crafts, including textiles, dance, music and art. If you’re interested in joining in, contact The Centre and book a place prior to the session by midday to guarantee we will have enough materials. This club runs every Thursday 4pm-5pm for ages 5-11.

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A pick up service is available for children who attend Roundhill Primary School. Please book before 12:30 on the day and payment must be made before session. 

Youth Gym

Would you like to keep fit but too young to join the local gym? Come along to The Pearson Centre Youth gym! We have a brand new, specialised gym for young people between the ages of 11-16 so why not come down and have some fun at our sessions! The session runs on Thursdays 4:30pm—5:30pm. A consent form and Par – q form will need to be completed before your first session.

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Click here to download a copy of our Par-q form.

Booking Information

These session run weekly during term time.

To find out more information or to book on to any of the sessions please phone the Office on 0115 9254112 to check availability.

Click here to download a copy of our consent form which will need to be completed and handed in before the session.

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Putting Young People First

Meet the Team

Charlotte Chiweshe

Development Worker

Maternity Leave

Hi, my name is Charlotte and I am the Full Time Development Worker at The Pearson Centre. I studied Youth and Community Work with Practical Theology at University. I have a desire to see young people reach their potential, to push themselves beyond their limits and embrace their every day. Many young people desire fun, and being a youth worker basically means I get to carry that on into my adult life!! Outside of The Centre you would probably find me at Community Church Nottingham or in one of the local restaurants as my other passions are Jesus and having someone else cook for me!

Hayley Wattis

Development Worker

(Maternity Cover)

Hi, my name is Hayley and I am the Full Time Development Worker at The Pearson Centre covering for Charlotte whilst she has her baby! I have recently graduated from University after studying Health and Social Care with Arabic. I have been working with young people for many years outside of my studies and it has been so rewarding to be a part of lives and having as much fun as possible!! I am really looking forward to working here at the centre and I hope to see loads of you here! Outside of the centre, I enjoy spending time with my younger brothers, visiting my friends and a nice takeaway on a Friday night after a busy week!

 

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