Digital Animation (Silly Faces), Halton Short Breaks.
This session is part of our Halton Short Breaks project. These sessions are funded specifically for young people in Halton with disabilities.
Before booking a place on the activity, we need to get some details about the young person who would like to attend and how we can best support them.
To register for Short Breaks you complete the ow to complete the Additional Needs Form. (This only needs to be done once before the young persons first session with us).
Once we receive the additional needs form, it will be reviewed and we will respond to you about booking a place on the activity.
Have you ever wanted to create your own cartoons?
This online workshop is the perfect introduction to those interested in cartoon animation. During the session, you will be given a crash course on how you can use a smartphone or tablet to start making your own cartoon animations. Participants will learn how to go from idea to animation and get hands-on learning how to use.
- Drawing Tools
- Colour Panel
- Onion Skin
When & Where?
Sunday 7th November 2020
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Runcorn Library, Granville St, Runcorn WA7 1NE, UK
Who is this course for:
We suggest a minimum age of 8 for this workshop.
Equipment you’ll need:
All equipment will be provided on the day, you just need to bring yourself.
Register for Short Breaks
Completed the additional needs form to register.
Contact us to book a place.
Mako, Carers & Short Breaks
The Breaks for Carers of Disabled Children Regulations was implemented in April 2011 to ensure Local Authorities would properly offer, and advertise, respite opportunities for those caring for a disabled individual.
We understand that families of disabled children want to lead ordinary lives. Like many of us, they want to provide the best care and opportunities for their children to feel safe, and to be healthy and happy. To help families achieve this Short Breaks have created the “Halton Children, Young People and Families Plan” (a.k.a CYPFP) which has three main goals:
1) Early Intervention, to ensure families get the right support at the right time.
2) Achievement and Ambition, to help young people get the right education or training so they can succeed in life.
3) Healthy & Safe, to keep young people feeling safe in their home, school, and community.