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Monthly ArchiveJanuary 2019

Job Vacancy

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Please click on the link below to find out details of our current vacancy. Closing date 25th January 2019.

Fashion Design

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Having taking inspiration from the paper dresses created by the Manchester artist Susan Stockwell and the American wardrobe designer Jennifer Lynn, our attendees have created their own piece of wearable art.   Each attendee has worked hard to create individual origami pieces using old maps, that were then brought together to create a fantastic, eye catching paper dress.  Well done to all attendees who participated in these workshops, their achievement certainly wouldn’t look out of place on a catwalk or in a fashion magazine.

Hospital Tour

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The Royal Albert Edward Infirmary today welcomed our second group of attendees for the hospital tour. Our previous visit in October last year as part of our Health and Wellbeing sessions was a huge success and today was no exception. Our attendees had a fantastic time visiting a range of departments including A and E and X-Ray and thoroughly enjoyed finding out about all the different equipment and what it’s used for. On behalf of our attendees and staff, STEPScic would once again like to thank all staff at Royal Albert Edward Infirmary for another fantastic experience.

Christmas Lunch

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The Christmas festivities have continued this week with a fantastic home made three course lunch being enjoyed by our attendees. Fun was had with our selfie frames and we had a special visit from Father Christmas who gave everyone a gift from under the tree. All staff and attendees would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  

December 2018 Newsletter

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Newsletter – 3 December 2018

Hope School and College Visit

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It was a great pleasure this week to welcome Hope School and College to our wood workshop at Golborne. Students started with raw materials and enjoyed working with a range of tools, fixings and materials to create a snowman board for the garden along with a wooden yuletide log.  It was fantastic to receive such positive feedback and we thoroughly enjoyed working with you.  We look forward to seeing you again soon.  

 

Christmas Party

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A fantastic night of music and dance was enjoyed by our attendees at their Christmas party which was held last night at Rose Bridge Community Club.    A lot of fun was had with our selfie frame and props whilst live entertainment was provided by excellent local singer Michaela Whinnett who ensured everyone was up on their feet on the dancefloor.   We would like to thank Sheila, Margaret and Megan at Rose Bridge Club for providing an excellent hot buffet and dressing the room for our party.  A fantastic time was had by all!

Carmel College

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We would like to thank Carmel College for inviting us to their first ever transition event. It was a pleasure to attend and fantastic to meet so many people interested in our service. We look forward to seeing you for some planned transition visits in the near future.

Pop Art Portraits

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WOW! What fantastic paintings have been created in one of our Art and Design workshops. Gareth, Stephen and Ryan have been inspired by the work of American Pop Artist Roy Lichtenstein. By using their own image as a starting point then using technology as a tool to enable development, they have created a self-portrait in the style of the artist. It was great for people to see them working on these pieces at our Open Evening. Gareth, Stephen and Ryan have worked very hard and we are very proud of their artistic success. I’m sure that you will agree that their completed paintings are outstanding!

Birds of Prey Experience

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STEPScic today hosted a birds of prey experience for our attendees and also welcomed Oakfield College and members of the local community to join us at Rose Bridge Community Club. Gareth from Hawksrus was very educational and interactive, ensuring that everyone was able to touch, hold or fly a bird of prey if they so wished.  Everyone enjoyed getting up close and personal with an European Eagle Owl, a Tawny Owl, a Little Owl, a Frog Mouthed Owl and a Barn Owl.  We would to thank Gareth for creating a thoroughly enjoyable experience and it was fantastic to hear one of our attendees commenting ‘I was scared before but not now’. We would also like to thank Sheila, Megan and Margaret at Rose Bridge Community Club for the use of the facilities and for providing refreshments.

 

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