March Town Hall, Market Place, March. PE15 9JF. 01354 652769.

Leaders and thinkers taster session

Welcome to the launch of our Leaders and Thinkers program, an innovative activity for children attending school years 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Inspired by our successful Bits and Bytes program, this weekly out of school activity will engage, develop, and broaden the skills and aspirations of your child.

The focus is upon the creation of the essential skills that build leaders and thinkers. Our goal is to help children become both. The activites will develop a wide range of skills including but not limited to problem-solving, creativity, resilience, teamwork, leadership, critical evaluation, and respect.


Is this taster session free?

Completely. There is also no obligation to sign your child up for the program after the event. This is a promotional event, and whilst we believe participating children will want to join, the option to not remains open.

The when and where

Your son or daughter will be welcomed by our team at 4:30pm on Monday 23 March. Activities will start shortly after and finish at 6:30pm. The activities are staged in the Skoulding Suite within March Town Hall.

Reserve taster place now

Please complete the information below. Places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. We will contact all that apply as soon as we have the minimum number of children needed for this activity.

Photo consent

We do ask permission to take photographs of all participating children. As explained above this is a promotional event from which we aim to capture still and video images to help launch the full-time program.

Mailing list

By completing the form below you are giving 20Twenty Productions the right to add you to our parent mailing list to keep you updated on this program and other programs that may be of interest.

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Having effective, reliable problem solving skills will make a profound difference to your career. Problems, and finding a solution to them, are at the center of what many people do at work every day.
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To be an effective problem solver requires other valuable skills, including creativity.
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Debating helps young people develop essential critical thinking skills, including the ability to make reasoned and well thought out arguments in addition to questioning the reasoning or facts behind a particular stance or conclusion.