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PROGRAMME THE GIVE IT A GO PROGRAMME IS PACKED FULL OF ACTIVITIES, EVENTS AND EXPERIENCES JUST FOR STUDENTS, SO WHY NOT JOIN IN THE FUN?! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE RUN AT A BEGINNER'S LEVEL SO IT DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU HAVEN’T TRIED THE ACTIVITY BEFORE. THERE’S NO STRINGS ATTACHED, JUST PAY AND PLAY.
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301 Glossop Road 36 Wilkinson Street Alfred Denny Building Allen Court (residence) Arts Tower Bartolome House Durham Road Goodwin Sports Centre Information Commons No.66 (TV Studio) Portabello Richard Roberts Building SU (Students’ Union) SU Concourse SU Piazza Octagon University Arms Weston Park + 19) Ranmoor, Ridge (residence) 20) Endcliffe, Edge (residence) 21) Stephenson Hall and Endcliffe Studio
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Level 6 Student Support Services
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Daoist Self Defence
Monday 29 April 5:15-6:45pm 38 Mappin Street, Workroom 4 Come and discover this ancient Daoist art of Lishi selfdefence. Playful, revitalising and exhilarating; learn to start shedding the fears and stresses from your life and move to a more natural and confident way of being. £3.50
Monday 29 April 6-7:30pm Meet outside the SU at 5.45pm or at King Edward VII School at 6pm Join Zumba Soc for their energetic 1.5 hour Zumba class. Suitable for all abilities. £3.50
Flight Taster Session
Tuesday 30 April 1-3pm Aerospace Simulation Room (1st floor), The Diamond Ever wondered how to fly an aircraft? Do you think you are capable of landing an aircraft by yourself? Come with your friend and join our flying taster session.
Beekeeping Lecture: Psychophysical laws of the Superorganism
Monday 29 April 6-7.30pm Hicks Building, Pool Lecture Theatre 6
Monday 29 April 6-8pm Stephenson Hall, Endcliffe Village Come along and try a Taekwondo session! Taekwondo is a traditional Korean Martial Art which incorporates a variety of fast-paced kicking techniques £4
Enjoy a lecture on the psychophysical laws of the superorgansim (Honey bee colony) to the human brain. An intriguing topic creating parallels between your own brain and how honey bees interact in the hive hierarchy. This talk is open to anyone, from any society, degree, with/without a strong subject knowledge. Beekeeping Soc are a very inclusive and friendly society who welcome all. GIALG
Casual Ice Skating
Wednesday 1 May 7-10pm Meet at the IC Tram Stop Come and chill out with some casual ice skating! We meet at the University tram stop between 6.45pm and 7pm to catch the tram together to iceSheffield for a two hour session. All abilities welcome Free But tram fare, skate hire and entry costs apply.
Lishi Tai Chi Movement Meditation Thursday 2 May 5:15-6:15pm No. 66 - TV Studio
Come and try out a meditative exercise system that improves fitness, well-being, confidence and most importantly, relaxation! A wide variety of exercises teach you physical bodily principles as well as mental, emotional and spiritual principles. £3.50
Thursday 2 May 6-7pm Meet outside the SU at 5.45pm or at King Edward VII School at 6pm
Learn Swedish Back Massage Thursday 2 May 5-7pm Gallery Room 2, SU
Bring a towel and in this session learn the history of massage and some key movements to help you perform massage. Involves pair work.
Join Zumba Soc for their energetic 1 hour Zumba class. Suitable for all abilities. £2.50
Beginners Spanish Weekend Course
Saturday 4 May 2-4pm Stephenson Hall, Endcliffe Village
Thursday 2 May 6-8pm Stephenson Hall, Endcliffe Village Come along and try a Taekwondo session! Taekwondo is a traditional Korean Martial Art which incorporates a variety of fast-paced kicking techniques.
Come along and try a Taekwondo session! Taekwondo is a traditional Korean Martial Art which incorporates a variety of fast-paced kicking techniques.
Saturday 4 May 12 - 5pm High Tor 3, The Edge Endcliffe
Learn beginners Spanish in this weekend course with our professional Spanish tutor! A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Sponsored by Santander Universities WAS £22.50 NOW £17.50 for 10 hours
Blackpool Day Trip
Saturday 4 May 8am - 5:30pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road “Oh I do like to be beside the seaside!” Come and join us as we visit Britain’s favourite seaside resort which is crammed with thrills and excitement! £22 6
Capoeira for Beginners
Saturday 4 May 3-5pm Activity Room 1, Goodwin Capoeira is an exciting sport that combines martial arts, dance, acrobatics and music. A Brazilian martial art with African roots, capoeira will improve your strength, balance and flexibility, and is a fun way of getting fit. £3
Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Afternoon Tea Sunday 5 May 10am - 4pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One
The only one of its kind, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an international centre for modern and contemporary art. Explore open-air displays by some of the world’s finest artists. After we have explored the park, Afternoon Tea (includes tea and a scone) will be served in the Restaurant. Ticket includes travel, entry and Afternoon Tea. Children tickets do not include Afternoon Tea but are discounted accordingly. £20
Daoist Self Defence
Everyone’s favourite PE lesson! Come and play benchball whether you’re a beginner or regular player.
Come and discover this ancient Daoist art of Lishi self-defence. Playful, revitalising and exhilarating; learn to start shedding the fears and stresses from your life and move to a more natural and confident way of being. £3.50
Sunday 5 May 12-1pm Goodwin Sports Centre Hall
£2 Payable directly to Sport Sheffield for Social Sport
Monday 6 May 5:15-6:45pm 38 Mappin Street, Workroom 4
Monday 6 May 6-7:30pm Meet outside the SU at 5.45pm or at King Edward VII School at 6pm Join Zumba Soc for their energetic 1.5 hour Zumba class. Suitable for all abilities. £3.50
Water Polo Taster Session Monday 6 May 8-10:15pm Meet on the SU Concourse
Water Polo is a fun, dynamic team sport. Come try it out in a relaxed environment, with our international coaches and performance athletes taking the session! Please see the online event description for information about what to bring, and conditions. GIALG
Monday 6 May 6-8pm Stephenson Hall, Endcliffe Village Come along and try a Taekwondo session! Taekwondo is a traditional Korean Martial Art which incorporates a variety of fast-paced kicking techniques. £4
Stunt Cheerleading Tuesday 7 May 6-8pm Meet outside the SU
This Stunt Cheerleading Give it a Go is for complete beginners or people who are wanting to get back into Stunt Cheer! Stunt Cheer is for both boys and girls so come along and 'Give it a Go!' £3 8
Slack your Socks Medical Data Visualisation Off Wednesday 8 May
Casual Ice Skating
Imagine a combination of trampolining and tight rope walking and you've got slacklining! Come join us for a day of tips and tricks to get you started.
Come and chill out with some casual ice skating! We meet at the University tram stop between 6.45pm and 7pm to catch the tram together to iceSheffield for a two hour session.
Wednesday 8 May 11am - 2pm Weston Park
4-6pm Computer Room 4, Diamond Building
Have you ever wanted to know how coding is used in medical contexts? Join MedTech in a fun workshop where you will be coding through examples of medical visualizations and more! Please bring your own laptop, or borrow one from the Diamond. GIALG
Wednesday 8 May 7-10pm Meet at the IC Tram Stop
FREE But tram fare, skate hire and entry costs apply.
Indian Head Massage Thursday 9 May 4-6pm Gallery Room 2, SU
Spend a lot of time using computers/laptops for an extended period of time? Then this session is for you. Learn the basics of how Indian Head Massage can help you, and learn to do it on yourself. GIALG
Lishi Tai Chi Movement Meditation
Give it a Spin
Thursday 9 May 6-7pm Stephenson Hall, Endcliffe Village
Thursday 9 May 5:15-6:15pm No. 66 - TV Studio
Come and try out a meditative exercise system that improves fitness, well-being, confidence and, most importantly, relaxation! A wide variety of exercises teach you physical bodily principles as well as mental, emotional and spiritual principles.
Friday 10 May 5-8pm Fusion, SU
Come along and try a Taekwondo session! Taekwondo is a traditional Korean Martial Art which incorporates a variety of fast-paced kicking techniques. £4
Ever fancied learning to DJ? Join DJSoc for a crash-course in all things mixing, with one-on-one tuition! You’ll be hitting the decks yourselves to have a go at mixing and scratching on our industrystandard setups, including modern Pioneer CDJs and traditional Vinyl Turntables. £5.50
Thursday 9 May 6-7pm Meet outside the SU at 5.45pm or at King Edward VII School Join Zumba Soc for their energetic 1 hour Zumba class. Suitable for all abilities. £2.50
Durham and Durham Castle Saturday 11 May 8am - 5:30pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One
Durham is home to the iconic Durham Cathedral and Castle which was used in the filming of many of the Harry Potter films! Today we get to explore the Castle. The rest of the day you will have free time in Durham. £25
Saturday 11 May 2-4pm Stephenson Hall, Endcliffe Village Come along and try a Taekwondo session! Taekwondo is a traditional Korean Martial Art which incorporates a variety of fast-paced kicking techniques. £4
Sunday 12 May 8am - 5pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Chester’s beauty and unique atmosphere make it one of Britain’s most popular places to visit. Chester has the most complete city walls, the oldest racecourse, and largest Roman Amphitheatre in Britain, plus a 1,000 year old cathedral, 700 year old unique shopping rows, and Chester Zoo (to name but a few). £20
Capoeira for Beginners
Saturday 11 May 3-5pm Activity Room 1, Goodwin Capoeira is an exciting sport that combines martial arts, dance, acrobatics and music. A Brazilian martial art with African roots, capoeira will improve your strength, balance and flexibility, and is a fun way of getting fit. £3
Learn Aromatherapy Monday 13 May 5-7pm Gallery Room 2, SU
The use of essential oils has many positive effects on our mind and body. Learn how to use them effectively in this practical session.
Learn Reiki Tuesday 14 May 5:30-7:30pm Gallery Room 3, SU
Come along to this workshop to learn more about Reiki and try it out for yourself; helping you to keep calm and focused. £3
Historical Crime and Murder Tour Tuesday 14 May 7:30 - 10pm Meet in front of Sheffield Cathedral
Want to learn about the true tales of the crime and horrors from Sheffield’s past? Then join us on this unique walking tour of the Steel City with Mr. P. Dreadful! Wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather. Tour contains facts and stories that may not be for the faint-hearted £4
Stunt Cheerleading Tuesday 14 May 6-8pm Meet outside the SU
This Stunt Cheerleading Give it a Go is for complete beginners or people who are wanting to get back into Stunt Cheer! Stunt Cheer is for both boys and girls so come along and 'Give it a Go!' £3
Casual Ice Skating Wednesday 15 May 7-10pm Meet at the IC Tram Stop
Come and chill out with some casual ice skating! We meet at the University tram stop between 6.45pm and 7pm to catch the tram together to iceSheffield for a two hour session. All abilities welcome GIALG
FREE But tram fare, skate hire and entry costs apply.
Learn Self Hand and Face Massage Post Graduate Exclusive
Chatsworth House Post Graduate Exclusive Sunday 19 May 10.30am - 4pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One
Thursday 16 May 5:30-7:30pm Gallery Room 3, SU
The routine will involve head neck and shoulder routine, also arms and hands, including acupressure. Learn how to do it on yourself.
Chatsworth is an English stately home and a must-see attraction when you are in Sheffield! More than 30 magnificent rooms display one of Europe's finest private collections of treasures. The 105-acre garden is beautiful, with a huge maze, rare plants, fountains and the famous Duke's Cascade. £25
An Introduction to Dough Making
City of Liverpool
Saturday 18 May 8am - 5.30pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Famous as the birthplace of The Beatles and the home of Liverpool FC and Everton, the city has a wealth of attractions for you to explore. The Albert Dock complex is Liverpool’s pride and joy; these restored warehouses are now home to a collection of cafes, shops and attractions – including the Beatles Story museum, the Tate Liverpool gallery, the International Slavery Museum and the World Museum Liverpool. £22
Tuesday 21 May 6-7.30pm Inox Dine, SU
In this session learn how best to work with dough and bake up some goodies. Taught by chef professionals from INOX Dine. £7.50 13
Steel City Ghost Tour - Post Grad Tour Tuesday 21 May 7:30 - 10pm Meet on the Town Hall steps
Barista Class - The Art of Making Coffee
Join us as we take you on a Ghost Walk of Sheffield! Discover the most haunted places of the city you live in!
Tuesday 28 May 6-7.30pm Inox Dine, SU
Wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather. Tour contains facts and stories that may not be for the fainthearted
In this session learn make the perfect latte and enjoy different blends of coffee. Taught by chef professionals from INOX Dine.
Robin Hoods Bay and Whitby Saturday 25 May 8am - 6pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road
Join us on our historical Yorkshire Coast day trip. First stop is Robin Hoods Bay; its beach is renowned for fossils. Then Whitby; the ‘birthplace’ of the mythical legend of Dracula and a fantastic coastal Town. £22 14
Emergency First Aid in the Workplace Saturday 1 June 10am - 4:30pm Gallery Room 2, SU
City of Cambridge
Saturday 1 June 8am - 5:30pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road Join us on our trip to the historical town of Cambridge. Top attractions to see: King's College, Punting on River Cam and the County Folk Museum. £22
This full day course will give you an Emergency First Aid in the Workplace for Appointed Persons Certificate, which is approved by the government Health & Safety Executive. A useful extra on your CV, you'll be trained in emergency life support procedures. A professional course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given if you pass the course. £40
Equipment Cleaning and Introduction to the Hives
Chocolate Experience Tuesday 4 June 6-7.30pm Inox Dine, SU
In this session get in some practice on how to make your own sweet treats to spoil friends and family. Taught by chef professionals from INOX Dine. £7.50
Sunday 9 June 1-3pm Meet outside The Edge, Endcliffe
As the Beekeeping Society, we are keen to give all students an opportunity to experience beekeeping hands-on and learn more about bees. In this Give it a Go we are cleaning (and making/ mending where necessary) all of our beekeeping equipment, from frames to bee suits.
Bath Bomb Making with Lush - Post Grad Exclusive Wednesday 12 June 6-8pm Meet at the Glossop Road entrance to Bar One
Need a bit of rest and relaxation? In this exclusive session, staff from Lush will be on hand to give you a private tour around their store before giving you the opportunity to create your own sea inspired 'Big Blue' bath bomb to take home. £5
All abilities welcome. FREE
Volunteering. Give Volunteering A Go with Sheffield Volunteering! Each activity is designed as a taster day, enabling you to try something new and gain new skills. They are perfect with friends and a great way to meet like-minded people. All activities are free and can count towards your HEAR (must be applied for - ask the Volunteering team). Transport is organised and included. No experience required. You do not need to buy a ticket from the Box Office, instead book your place via email firstname.lastname@example.org stating the activity and date OR in the Sheffield Volunteering office in your Sheffield Students' Union. (Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm) BROWSE: WWW.SHEFFIELDVOLUNTEERING.COM EMAIL: VOLUNTEERING@SHEFFIELD.AC.UK LIKE: SHEFFIELDVOLUNTEERING TWEET: @SHEF_VOLUNTEER
The Big Dig TUESDAY 30TH APRIL 7TH MAY 12PM - 4.30PM Help transform a community garden at a local school into an edible garden, working with Year 6 pupils and their families. The Big Dig is all about getting more people involved in food growing and learn about where our food comes from. Gardening knowledge is useful, but not essential!
Let’s Ride Pop up Event
WEDNESDAY 8TH MAY 12PM - 5.30PM
SATURDAY 11TH MAY VARIOUS 2HOUR TIMESLOTS 9.30AM - 12.30PM
Enjoy the Spring weather and get outdoors, helping to maintain the beautiful space of one of the largest community parks in the UK! Work alongside the friendly Parks Team, keep the weeds at bay and gain experience using tools. No specific skills required.
Be a helping hand at this British Cycling event in Concord Park - a safe and friendly space for cyclists of all abilities and ages to ride at a pace they want, as many times as they want! Volunteers will greet guests, help with sign-ins and ensure everyone has a good time, cycling together. You don’t need to be a cycling expert!
Support on a Sunday
Verse Come, Verse Serve
SUNDAY 5TH MAY, 19TH MAY, 2ND JUNE 12PM - 4PM
FRIDAY 10TH MAY SATURDAY 11TH MAY VARIOUS 2HOUR TIMESLOTS 9AM - 5PM
MONDAY 13TH MAY 1PM - 3.30PM
Provide a warm and welcome environment for Sheffield's homeless and vulnerable at this friendly volunteer-run shelter. Greet, chat and play games with guests, and serve tea/coffee/soup and a hot two course meal.
Support Burngreave foodbank and help collect much-needed food for people in need. Hand out shopping lists to shoppers as they enter the store and collect donations in trolleys as they leave. No experience is needed - just a friendly smile!
Want to make a difference to an older persons day by having a chat and discussing topics of interest with them? The one off interactive poetry sessions aim to reduce social isolation by encouraging interactions between students and residents, using poetry as a starting point. Each session has a theme (e.g. Sheffield poems) and supportive structure.
Volunteering Whinfell River Champions! Quarry Garden TUESDAY 14TH MAY 9.15AM - 1.30PM
Save our environment! Help maintain the River Don, so that animals and wildlife can survive and flourish. Activities include removing litter and debris, removing invasive non-native plants, vegetation management and general tidying. All equipment provided as well as a cuppa and biscuits.
SATURDAY 18TH MAY 9AM - 12.45PM Step back in time and into Summer at this beautiful, hidden Victorian garden. Help prepare the garden for summer visitors and restore the natural masterpiece back to its former glory. Enjoy a great morning in the fresh air, doing a variety of gardening tasks.
Goalball Animal Day! Activator WEDNESDAY 15TH MAY 8.20AM - 4.30PM Work as part of the team at RSPCA Sheffield Animal Centre. Tasks will include cleaning the animal accommodation, tidying the site, helping with maintenance, helping to socialise some of our furry residents (cats and dogs).
SATURDAY 18TH MAY SUNDAY 19TH MAY 9AM - 5PM (FLEXIBLE) Join the team helping to get more people with visual impairments more active, more often. Your role could be as a Timer, Ten Second Timer, Scorer, or Event Assistant. This rewarding experience provides a fantastic opportunity to meet new people, gain confidence, develop skills and overall â€“ have fun!
Boccia Time Keepers SATURDAY 18TH MAY SUNDAY 19TH MAY 9AM - 6PM (FLEXIBLE) Letâ€™s get digital, digital! Using ipads on court to score and time Boccia matches, this is a great opportunity to gain insight into a paralympic sport. Boccia is a disability sport and this event is our annual National Finals!
The Big Lunch Community Picnic FRIDAY 31ST MAY 8.30AM - 4PM Build relationships and friendships in a local community at this lovely event, and get to know a different side of Sheffield! There will be food, outdoor games like Giant Jenga, Connect Four, and Bouncy Castle, and lots of fun! You will help with all sorts of event set up / take down.
DAY TRIPS WHO DOESN’T LOVE A TRIP AWAY EACH WEEKEND?! WITH GIVE IT A GO DAY TRIPS, YOU GET PRIVATE RETURN COACH TRAVEL AND A DEDICATED MEMBER OF TEAM GIVE IT A GO ON HAND ALL DAY INCLUDED WITH YOUR TICKET PRICE. WE ALSO PROVIDE YOU WITH A PRINTED ITINERARY OF SUGGESTED THINGS TO DO AND A MAP. SOME OF OUR TRIPS HAVE ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES INCLUDED WITHIN THE TICKET PRICE AS OUTLINED BELOW. If you have a residence life card, you can get £5 off all of our day trips! for families living in the residences, look out for the family friendly icon to find trips suitable for you and your young ones, plus receive £5 off the family price!*
For all of our day trips, the end time shown in the event information signifies the coach departure time not the time we are due to arrive back in Sheffield. Unless otherwise stated in the event description online, ticket price includes travel only, you will have free time in each destination. For all Give it a Go Day Trips, the pick up location is Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Trips with the Residence Life icon have an additional pick up point of Oakholme Road. Please select pick up location at point of sale. Many more events online! For all tickets, full blurbs, travel times, and what to bring on the trips visit: www.sheffieldsu.com/giveitago-trips FB: Giveitagoshef Instagram: sugiveitago Twitter: SUGiveitaGo Email: email@example.com
*Maximum offer for up to 2 adults and 3 children.
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION PAGE
Sheffield Students’ Union’s Give it a Go Course programme is packed full of activities, events and experiences. Every year thousands of students take part in Give it a Go, and you should too!
Tickets for all activities are on sale at the Students’ Union Box Office (tel: 0114 222 8777) and are available to buy onlinesheffieldsu.com/ events Tickets MUST be purchased in ADVANCE and your Student, SIC or Gold Life Membership uCard must be shown at the Box Office in order to buy your tickets. Demand for Give it a Go is massive and events can sell out very quickly, so please buy your ticket early to avoid disappointment and please note that you cannot turn up and pay on the door! Unfortunately, all tickets purchased are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged or transferred. If the event organiser cancels the activity, a full refund will be given from the Students’ Union Box Office. Participants will be informed of cancellations via facebook and twitter, and email where possible.
Unsure of where to go? Go to the map on page 3 of the programme. If the location reads ‘The Edge’ in Endcliffe, ‘The Ridge’ in Ranmoor or ‘The SU’ (Students’ Union), just meet outside the Reception. Goodwin Sports centre is located on Northumberland Road (on your way up to Crookes)
For evening activities in the Students’ Union, the Women’s Minibus will take you home to your door anywhere within a 2-mile radius of the Union. The service runs at half past every hour and tickets cost just £1.50 from the Students’ Union Box Office.
The Women's Campaign at the University of Sheffield Students' Union consists of the Women's Officer and the Women's Committee. Together they work to make your student experience free from discrimination and sexism, alongside the other Liberation Campaigns. Look out for the Women’s Committee logo to see events for self-defining women.
For information on bus and tram fares in and around Sheffield, visit www. travelsouthyorkshire.com The Give it a Go sports activities are in partnership with Sport Sheffield.
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Our summer programme is here! Inside you will find day trips, language courses, cookery sessions plus club and society led sessions.
Published on Apr 29, 2019
Our summer programme is here! Inside you will find day trips, language courses, cookery sessions plus club and society led sessions.