In the absence of WV Holiday Squad we’ve created WV Virtual Squad. Here you’ll find fun online activities and educational resources for children, young people and families to access whilst staying safe at home.
In these unusual times, with many children having to take an extended break from school and their friends because of coronavirus, we've decided to turn WV Holiday Squad into WV Virtual Squad.
This Easter, the council and its partners won't be able to offer the hundreds of normal activities and events for children and young people that we had hoped to. Instead, we've been thinking hard about how the WV Squad could support children, young people and families who will be staying at home for the foreseeable future. So we are delighted to bring you WV Virtual Squad, packed with ideas about how you can keep your children active, entertained and amused in the weeks ahead.
You'll find details of 'virtual', on-line activities being offered by local organisations, including arts and crafts and sports and games, as well as links to local and national educational resources which you can use to continue your child's learning journey while they are off school. Please take a look around, find something you fancy having a go at and become part of the WV Virtual Squad today!
If you or your organisation are planning online activities for children and young people in Wolverhampton, please submit details here as soon as possible.
Councillor John C Reynolds
Cabinet Member for Children and Young People