Lisa Deeming, extended services co-ordinator said: “These two hour activities give parents and children the opportunity to have lots of fun and learn together.
“Qualified family learning tutors will run the activities and all materials and use of equipment will be provided free.”
Sharon Japp head teacher at Beverley High School said:
“It is very important for the school to work with the wider community and provide opportunities to support learning and families in the local area.
“We have some great facilities at Beverley High School which are ideal for these family activities and we hope that parents and children enjoy learning new skills together.”
The family learning activities will take place on Wednesday, 27 October. Halloween baking runs from 9.30 am -12.30 pm and Halloween masks from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm. Activities are open to children aged over seven. One adult needs to attend for a maximum of two children.
To book a place ring the extended services team on (01482) 389092 or email BeverleyExtendedServices@eastriding.gov.uk