Holiday fun for kids aged 10-15 in Falkirk and Stirling – summer club timetable ready to kick off at FVC

An exciting summer club programme at Forth Valley College kicks off in early July at Forth Valley College, giving young people between 10-15 years of age a range of fun things to do during their holidays.

Forth Valley College’s Falkirk and Stirling Campuses will be the venues for a fantastic mix of hands-on practical workshops and fun activities, led by a combination of lecturing staff, former students and subject experts. 

Throughout the summer there are lots of options for those hoping to find a fun and inspiring way to spend part of their holidays or learn new skills.

The clubs are aimed at young people in the Forth Valley area. and will open up a whole new world to young people who want to do something fun during their holidays, meet new friends and also spark an interest in a subject that could lead to further studies or a future career.

Clubs on offer include:

Art & Design Summer Club – A week long Summer Club for young art & design enthusiasts of all abilities, aged 10-15 years. Attendees will enjoy plaster and clay work, drawing, painting, fabric crafts and collage. Located at our Stirling Campus, 8-12 July, 9am-4pm. Cost £100.

Baking & Art Summer Club - This is a highly practical course for young creatives and is delivered in our state-of-the art studios and kitchens at our Stirling Campus during 22 July – 26 July. Morning 9am-12noon, afternoon 1-4pm. Cost £100.

STEM - supported by INEOS (Summer School) - The week will include a fantastic mix of hands-on practical workshops, experiments and projects– covering topics such as climate change, Net Zero and renewable energy.  Attendees will work with mentor and lecturer support to complete a Bronze Crest Award. 

For children between 12-14 years of age. Taking place at our Falkirk Campus 5-9 August, 9.30am- 3.30pm.

Fiona Jackson, Curriculum Manager in FVC’s Department of STEM and Construction, said: “Our STEM Summer Club offers a great way to spend the summer holidays here at Forth Valley College. The young people who attend always seem to enjoy themselves and learn at the same time. We look forward to welcoming more young people over the coming weeks and introducing them to the world of science.”

Anyone looking to find out more about any of the College’s Summer Clubs should click here or call 01324 403000.