ST-ART was set up in 2004 and received charity status in 2007.
Its aim is to provide quality arts and crafts activities for young people living in the Humber region.
The objectives of ST-ART is to benefit young people from birth to 19 years old in the Humber region, to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for education, recreation or other leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare with the object of improving the conditions of life for the beneficiaries without distinction of sex or of political, religious or other opinions.
ST-ART offers a range of art and craft activities for young people which take place during the school holidays. The activities are usually aimed at five to 13 year olds but occasionally activities for young people up to the age of 19 and their families are offered. An adult must always accompany children under eight years and ST-ART’s current programme should be checked for any other requirements.
ST-ART works with many partners both in and around Barton including Broughton, Scunthorpe, Epworth, Wootton, Barrow-Upon-Humber, South Ferriby, South Killingholme and Ulceby and is open to working with partners in other areas. Activities usually last for two hours but occasionally last for a full day or longer and start at around £1 per session depending on the type and length of activity. Activities include craft, music, drama and much more.
All of ST-ART’s tutors are practicing artists qualified to degree level with enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau, their own public liability insurance and are experienced in working with children.
To make a booking, or for further information about the ST-ART programme, please contact Janine Knight on 01652 660380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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