Young People, Parents, Carers and Professionals Working Together

Welcome to our Minecraft page

  • Does your young person play Minecraft?
  • Would you like them to join a Minecraft group?

 

Our Minecraft gaming group offers young people 16 plus with autism and learning disabilities the opportunity to learn and develop their social skills.

  • Help them enjoy playing together with other young people and meet the gamers who they play online, help put a face to the gamertag.
  • Help them with their coping skills.
  • Help them develop lasting friendships with other Minecraft players.
  • Help improve their mental health and wellbeing by getting out of the house.

 

The sessions are moderated by our team of young people with autism who are keen to work together to help their peers develop personal friendships that can be transferred to online Minecraft sessions outside Bridging the Gap Together! Minecraft club.

You can bring your own laptop or tablet. If you would like to come along but don’t have a device, we have limited number of laptops that you can use during the session, book your device online in advance.

  • Come along, make friends with others that are interested in Minecraft
  •  Have fun in a safe atmosphere 
  • Bring mum or dad show them how to play

You can bring your own laptop or tablet. If you would like to come along but don’t have a device, we have limited number of laptops that you can use during the session, book your device online in advance.

This is a fantastic opportunity for parents/carers to spend one-to-one time with their young person and help them to understand the world of Minecraft from the child’s view point.  

Our Minecraft sessions are held in the last Saturday of the month.  Booking through our events page.

We hope to have a second club running for children aged 13-15 where parent/carers can engage with their child on a platform that many young people enjoy.

Stay tuned for updates.

 

These sessions are supported by