An exciting summer club schedule at Forth Valley College kicks off in early July at Forth Valley College giving children between 10-15 years of age a range of interesting things to do during their holidays.

The Falkirk and Stirling Campuses will be the venues for a fantastic mix of hands-on practical workshops and project-work, led by a combination of lecturing staff, alumni and industry experts.

Throughout the summer there are loads more for those hoping to find a fun and inspiring way to spend part of their holidays or improve their career prospects.

Some of the courses are aimed at pupils in the Forth Valley area, soon to start high school. The summer clubs will open up a whole new world to young people who want to reinforce the path they want to take when they leave school, and also to those who are looking to turn that spark of interest in a subject into a full blown career.

Clubs on offer include:

Art & Design Summer Club – A week long Summer Club for young Art & Design enthusiasts of all abilities, aged 10-15 years. Stirling Campus 8-12 July, 9am-4pm. Cost £100.

Baking & Art Summer Club – This is a highly practical course for young creatives and is delivered in our state of the art studios and kitchens at our Stirling Campus during 22 July – 26 July. Morning 9am-12 noon, afternoon 1-4pm. Cost £100.

STEM - supported by INEOS (Summer School) – The week will include a fantastic mix of hands-on practical workshops, experiments and projects– covering topics such as climate change, Net Zero and renewable energy. Attendees will work with mentor and lecturer support to complete a Bronze Crest Award. For children between 12-14 years of age. Falkirk Campus 5-9 August, 9.30am-3.30pm.

Fiona Jackson, Curriculum Manager in FVC’s Department of STEM and Construction, said: “What a great way to spend the summer holidays here at Forth Valley College. The young people who attend are usually all very really keen and seem to enjoy themselves and learn at the same time. We look forward to welcoming more young people over the coming weeks and introducing them to the world of science.”

Anyone looking to find out more should visit or call 01324 403000.