If you’re looking for exciting opportunities and experiences to enrich your child’s free time then you’ve come to the right place. WACK, a Lincoln based business, provides activities, days out and unique experiences to shape your child’s future.
Unlike regular youth groups or activity clubs, WACK provides support and guidance so that you can book an activity program which suits your child’s individual needs. Run by Kirsty Thompson, a qualified teacher, you can utilise as much or as little of what WACK offers to nurture your child with positive experiences that both encourage and challenge them. Does your child lack confidence in their own abilities? Do they struggle with handwriting? Do you feel they need to try something new? Or do they simply have a love for new challenges? Whatever your individual situation, we can help.
If you’d like to give WACK a try before registering then please call Kirsty on 07743677505 to sign up for our next taster session taking place in:
We’re sure you’ll love what we have to offer so you can register your 5 to 12 year old at your taster session, or alternatively you can register right now by clicking Join Now at the top of this page! There is a one off £10 joining fee but after that you’re ready to get booking!
Once you’ve accessed your personal login area you can begin booking the varied experiences and activities we have to offer. Don’t forget we can give you guidance on what to choose if you wish! The sessions come in all shapes and sizes, from crafts to outdoor games, short evening sessions to full day experiences, indoor projects to full blown residentials; we really do strive to provide something for everyone! Our activities are all based around the belief that everyone has a talent and passion, it’s just a case of finding it, and this core value is the reason we believe we have something on offer that everyone will love!
Our mission is simple…
To provide high quality experiences that shape futures. After all, would Lewis Hamilton be the World F1 Champion if nobody had shown him a go-kart?