Angling needs diverse approach to development

Angling needs diverse approach to development

Angling Unlimited in the West Midlands is one of the few substantial charities that uses angling as its core activity promoting social inclusion, community and individual development. The 2017 Annual Report from Angling Unlimited shows value angling in reaching individuals and communities. The range and scope of activities and participants […]

Hallmoor School

Hallmoor School is a ‘special’ school in Birmingham, addressing the educational needs of children with a variety of ‘special needs’ ranging from emotional and behavioural needs to learning difficulties.  In partnership with Dreamstore, GHOFMidlands delivered an EAZ day, to followed by an angling ‘Taster Day’, for a total of 26 students.  The EAZ was […]

Turves Green Boys’ School

Turves Green Boys School is a main stream secondary school in the south west of Birmingham. In partnership with Dreamstore, GHOF Midlands delivered an EAZ day to 72 Year 7 students to help them with their numeracy work. View the related Dreamstore Gallery. This was followed then by a set […]

Penn Hall School

Penn Hall School is a Wolverhampton Local Authority Community Special School for 80 pupils aged 3 – 19 years.  The school is a designated Specialist SEN School offering high quality provision for pupils with physical and sensory needs. Dreamstore Education Action Zone was invited in to deliver its maths worksheets […]

Margaret McMillan Primary School

Richard Walker, a teacher at McMillan Primary School, Manningham, Bradford, gained his Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Angling at the Dreamstore Academy 2006. He saw the advantage of Dreamstore Education Action Zone for the Linking Schools Project in Bradford, which aims to improve community cohesion through learning, using outdoor and […]

The Sincil School

The Sincil School, Lincoln was opened in 2006 as a community special school catering for pupils with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties. The Dreamstore Education Action Zone was at the school for the day. Around 30 pupils at Sincil learned the basics of angling in the morning. The worksheets being […]

St. Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School

St Bernadette’s Catholic Prinary School requested that the DEAZ should be used as an aid to Year 6 children engaging postively with numeracy.  The DEAZ continues to be a popular way of encouaging young people to take a greater interest in mathematics, through a thoroughly enjoyable angling experience. What they […]

Calthorpe Specialist Sports College

Calthorpe Specialist Sports College caters for children with a wide range of educational difficulties, ranging from moderate, severe and complex needs. In addition, some may have specific physical, sensory, behavioral or autistic conditions, all of which may require additional adult support or specialised facilities. View the related Dreamstore Gallery

Wilson Stuart Festival of Challenges 2007

Wilson Stuart School in Erdington, Birmingham, opened its doors to the annual Festival of Challenges on 18 May.  The Festival of Challenges brings together SEN and mainstream schools to take part in a series of learning activities. SEN schools involved included Wilson Stuart, Hallmoor, Fox Hollis, Braidwood and Hodge Hill. […]

Turves Green Girls’ School

DEAZ had been tried and proven successful for mainstream school pupils with September’s visit to the Rednal Junior School. With the pilot for DEAZ underway, Get Hooked on Fishing Midlands was asked to support Numeracy Week at the Turves Green Girls’ School year 7. The school motto is ‘Educating Girls […]