What activities do teenagers like to do?
Looking for activities for teenagers? Here at Club Hub our directory is filled with thousands of teenage activities so we have spoken to a few providers to tell us a bit more of what might interest them most.
Circus Classes – Activities for Teenagers
Circus skills take determination, skill, patience, practise, precision and strength. These skills aren’t easily practised by anyone, let alone teens, but when it leads to them achieving something super cool like walking on a globe, spinning around by one arm 4m in the air or juggling, we tend to find these become easier to concentrate on!
The sense of achievement felt when something difficult is finally achieved is second to none, and the encouragement from other teens in the room is fantastic, as only those there will understand the rush of dropping on the silks, or making it to the end of the tightrope, and an awesome sense of community is created. We’ve seen those who’s physical ability isn’t appreciated in mainstream sports like football, etc put on a pair of 90cm stilts and walk effortlessly around the room, it’s pretty impressive!
With a fully inclusive policy, we welcome those from all backgrounds and encourage children to try out circus skills, if nothing else, you’ll make friends and become part of an awesomely fun circus family!
For those who wish to take performing arts on to be their career, we now also offer a BTEC in Circus and Performing Arts, specifically to get teens learning extremely desirable skills in the performing arts industry such as aerial hoop, silks, trapeze, contortion, hand balancing and more, alongside top level dance and musical theatre training too.
What activities do teenagers like to do? It’s really important for teenagers to be doing the latest ‘thing’. At Razzamataz, we make sure that we know what the current trends are in dance, acting and singing and make sure that it feels relevant for students. Once teenagers are engaged with the performing arts, they are really open to learn more about its history and we often find that it is the traditional musical theatre shows that teenagers fall in love with.
About Razzamataz Theatre Schools
Razzamataz Theatre Schools was established in 2000 and offers exceptional training in dance, drama and singing for ages 6 months – 18 years, featuring Musical Theatre and Commercial styles, together with exciting opportunities to perform.
Many students have also gained professional performing work ranging from shows in the West End to leading acting roles on TV, thanks to our partnership with an established talent agency.
Razzamataz was created with a simple dream, to make performing arts available to all young people no matter their background or circumstances. We want to give children everywhere the chance to attend classes taught by experienced performers, who can give them the perfect introduction to the most wonderful industry in the world.
Teenagers on a course at Little Hands Design are a mix of abilities, some having started sewing from a younger age and some recently discovered their passion for making and sustainability. Projects are designed to suit all abilities, so even beginners can leave wearing something they have made!
They are taught the skills to be able to up-cycle, repair and make clothes and accessories from scratch. Having the ability to make their own wardrobe empowers, builds confidence and makes their students wear their unique individual creations with pride. Whilst also engaging with the bigger picture of how fashion impacts the globe, making the classes full of discussions on how their actions and voices can change the world and realise the power in sewing!
About Little Hands Design
Little Hands Design is a charity that teaches Climate change through the lense of sustainable fashion and textiles. Teaching the next generation of designers, consumers and decision makers what sustainable fashion is and how to do it. Little Hands Design approaches the fashion industry from the opposite end of the garment creation process. Rather than a focus on research, conception and design drawing, Little Hands finds its niche in providing students with practical skills and a way of approaching problems which enables them to find solutions for themselves. Running after school, Saturday clubs during term times and holiday camps for ages 8-18 years.
Course booking link – www.littlehandsdesign.com/
To see latest creations – www.instagram.com/
What activities do teenagers like to do? Depending on age, gender, interests, culture, demographic and socioeconomic factors there is not a one size fits all answer.
However, statistics show that Social Media sites and communication apps rank extremely high in popularity for Teens. In 2019 97% of 16–24-year olds were reported having at least one social networking profile!
Activities For Teenagers
Relationships, dating, and socialising with peers are all important factors for adolescence all of which can be maintained on an online platform. A recent survey of 1,000 youngsters across the UK reveals that the biggest gender gap is in online activity. With 53 per cent of girls spending their free time socialising online, compared with 37 per cent of boys. By contrast 57 per cent of boys said their number one activity was online gaming, compared with 29 per cent of girls.
Online socialising and gaming were most popular (both 44 per cent), followed by socialising with friends (33 per cent).
When Teenagers are switched off from their electronic devices, they may enjoy a variety of leisure activities such as visiting the cinema, shopping, hanging out with friends, pop culture- music, TV programmes, fashion, videos, magazines, books, engaging in sporting activities etc.
About Nyla Yoga
What activities do teenagers like to do? Young people are able to explore the union of yoga presented in a fun, expressive and age-appropriate way. Our classes are non-competitive and nurture emotional, social, physical, mental well-being. We empower Tweens/ Teens to develop a growth mindset through mindfulness practice, breathing exercises, mindful craft activities, yoga games, meditation, relaxation, movement/ asana, connection and play.
Activities For Teenagers
There are many published studies on the benefits of yoga and mindfulness practice such as helping with stress and anxiety management, improving self-regulation, self-efficacy and building physical and mental strength and flexibility. Research shows that practicing yoga improves learning, academic achievement, social cohesion, and emotional literacy in teenagers.
Today’s young people find themselves growing up in challenging times, we aim to restore the balance and harmony through the magic of yoga!