SCART Club 2021!
The Lancashire Reading Journey SCART Club Launches on June 26th!
The Summer SCART Club from the Lancashire Reading Journey launches this Saturday on the 26th of June! All Lancashire libraries are taking part in the event including the Harris. SCART stands for Science, Culture, Active, Reading, and Technology and is organised by Lancashire County Council.
Signing up and taking part in the SCART Club is free and suitable for children aged five and up. There are some great prizes available for children who complete the activities. SCART Club activities are designed to offer variety and there is even room for children to create their own unique activities as well.
How Does SCART Club Work?
The SCART Club is based around five main principles namely Science, Culture, Active, Reading, and Technology. These are known as the SCART Zones and children will need to complete an activity based around each Zone to complete the SCART Club challenge!
When children sign-up for the SCART Club they’ll receive an activity card. The card features a wide range of activities for each Zone but children and parents are free to come up with their own as well. When your child signs up to the SCART Club they’ll receive their Activity Card and a special Purple Ticket.
The Purple Ticket grants free admission to many of the great Lancashire County Council museums. Children will also receive a special lanyard and cardholder when they complete their first task.
The big prizes of the SCART Club this year are special Pop Badges. Children will receive their first Pop Badge after completing the Active and Culture activities. The second is awarded after completing the Science and Technology activities and the third is awarded after completing the Reading activity.
This year the SCART Club is being supported with a number of digital events that can all be carried out online! We’ll share more news about these events in the future so keep an eye on our social media pages and the Lancashire Libraries Twitter.
Written by David - Library Assistant
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