Mighty Mega is Discover’s FREE club for disabled children, their families or carers.
Mighty Mega digital activities – join us for online videos and resources to get creative at home.
During Mighty Mega children can take part in storytelling, music, dance, arts, crafts and multi-sensory play. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and receive weekly emails with digital activities to try at home.
From 9 January to 27 February, get ready for an all-new adventure with storyteller Paula David and she sets out to collect stories, songs and rhymes from around the globe. Over eight weeks of digital activities, join in with folktales, origami, mask making, colouring-in and more.
Mighty Mega activities will be shared online until further notice. We are constantly reviewing our plans and will keep members updated with any changes regarding our in-person sessions. You can sign up to receive updates and weekly activities by contacting email@example.com.
Mighty Mega Annual Pass holders are also welcome to book free Session Passes to visit our Story Worlds. Due to limited visitor numbers, we are currently unable to accept drop-in visits. Please book your free Session Pass in advance, over the phone or online.
“At Mighty Mega I can completely relax, as can my daughter. It is a wonderful place where she can simply be herself, and I don't have to worry about explaining her to staff and other parents. This place has made a huge difference to our overall sense of family wellbeing.” Mighty Mega parent
“Mighty Mega has revolutionised our weekends!” Mighty Mega parent
“Discover is a meeting place to meet children and other family members under the same circumstances and take advantage of the free activities locally. Mighty Mega has made a huge impact on our family and child’s life.” Mighty Mega parent
“She really enjoys the arts and crafts sessions and they have given us ideas as to things that we can do at home. I have problems coming up with new ideas!” Mighty Mega parent
“My daughter doesn't like to let go of me when outside of the house... [At Discover] she feels safe and knows all of the story builders. She actively wants to be doing things on her own. This has made a big difference to her confidence.” Mighty Mega parent