Sahista noticed the Active Wellbeing Society running activities outside the regular Stay and Play session she attends at St Pauls Children’s Centre. It inspired her to try some new activities.
I came on Thursday to a Stay and Play with my son who is three. As I was leaving the building I saw there was lots going one. There was a person with a bike making a milkshake. There was a hula hoop there and there was archery. I had no experience of how to do it but the people there helped me do it. The first time – so I had a good experience. I think that helps you to become more confident.