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Sea Rangers is a uniformed youth organisation especially for girls’ aged 9 – 21years old, offering opportunities to experience sailing, rowing. canoeing, camping and canal boating as well as taking part in local and national events. Cadet Sea Rangers are aged 9-13 and they learn skills needed for boating – first aid, knots and water safety as well as taking part in rowing, canoeing and sailing activities. Sea Rangers are aged 13 – 21 and girls can join without having first been Cadets. They can develop basic skills and take on new challenges such as offshore…
King William WalkLondonSE10 9NN
Cadets go to sea, learn to sail and do adventure training, all on a nautical theme, giving them extra skills to give you a head start in life. Activities aim to develop social skills and responsibility in young people whilst helping them build confidence and learn to work as part of a team. Sea Cadets is inclusive which seeks to ensure there are no barriers to becoming a Sea Cadet.
Blackheath High SchoolWemyss RoadLondonSE3 0TF
Students attend 3 hour sessions and work in groups based on age and maturity. Children take classes in dance, drama and singing. The emphasis is on building confidence and self-esteem while encouraging children to become accomplished performers.The dance class improves coordination and technique. In drama, young people explore their creativity through improvisation and role play, improving vocabulary, social awareness and communication skills. The singing class introduces students to different rhythms and tempos in music allowing them to challenge themselves with a…
Arch E, The Link ThamesmeadBazalgette WayLondonSE2 9BS
The Theatre Street program promotes a healthy and active lifestyle; stimulates a lifelong interest in the performing and creative arts; offering a safe and creative environment that builds confidence and develop the skills and abilities of young people and nurtures talent. Students have the opportunity to audition for TV, Film and theatre work ranging from West End musicals and local productions.
Robert Owens Early Years Centre43 Commerell StGreenwichLondonSE10 0EA
Tap Ballet and Modern classes for Boys and girls from the age for 2 upwards. Pupils learn to dance ballet, tap and modern and develop coordination, enhance musicality and improve confidence. Pre-primary ballet starts at 5 years old and students learn set exercises and to choreograph their own work. They receive regular assessments progressing through Grades until reach grade 3 (about age of 13). Tap is a great way to introduce children to musicality and rhythm. Classes start with Tots Tap for 3-year olds which teach the basics including how to count music and hold a beat. Children then…
Birchmere ParkThamesmeadLondonSE28 8AG
New health and wellbeing venue opens in Thamesmead. Trust Thamesmead recently launched a brand new community centre for residents. In the heart of Thamesmead, Birchmere Community Hub is currently open three days a week (Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays), offering: Stay and play parent and toddler cook and eat sessions Community garden Community café Space for "Health Champion" meetings. The hub is hoping to offer more and extend its opening hours over the coming months. Find…
The Laban BuildingCreeksideLondonSE8 3DZ
Join Cando2, Candoco Dance Company’s youth dance group, in a weekly class for disabled and non-disabled dancers. The class is for 13-25 year olds and all abilities are welcome. Led by Candoco Artists, classes encourage individual creativity and provide an opportunity to work with other young dancers, learn contemporary technique and create high quality work. "My favourite thing about the classes is the way that we all feel really comfortable with each other even though we meet up for 2 hours a week. This encourages me to dance more openly…