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Old Mill RoadLondonSE18 1QF
Greenwich Bouncers provides an opportunity for children (2yrs+), young people and adults of all ages and abilities, including those with special needs, autism or disabilities, to engage in this fun activity under the guidance and direction of qualified and experienced coaches. We provide structured classes, tuition and an opportunity to develop skills for GCSE PE, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, to improve fitness, help with obesity or just for FUN!
Blackheath AvenueGreenwichSE10 8XJ
Explore the night sky live in this show specifically for children with an Autistic Spectrum Condition. This early morning show is for children with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and their families and carers. Explore the night sky and find out live from a Royal Observatory Astronomer what is visible on the night of your visit and the month ahead, with opportunities to ask questions afterwards. This event saves 50% on the price of a planetarium show alongside access to the historic Royal Observatory, with Explainer-led activity…
Independent Travel The Royal Borough of Greenwich is committed to assisting its children and young people to develop independence skills to support them to lead independent lives as they grow older. Schools should identify and build on suitable independence outcomes for each child or young person, so that they can make progress at a level appropriate for them, even if they are not expected to become an independent traveller. Please see the outcomes tool that schools should be using to plan and deliver independence outcomes to the right of the screen as a download. …
Eltham RdElthamGreenwichLondonSE9 5LW
Sport 2 Shine encourages independence for young disabled people through a range of sporting activities that offer an exciting change from their day-to-day surroundings. This half day camp gives the participants the opportunity to meet and bond with their peers and possibly form some lifelong friendships.
Ladywell Centre, 148Dressington AvenueLondonSE4 1JF
We would like to warmly invite you to our inclusive cycling sessions. In a relaxed atmosphere, with support from qualified instructors and experienced volunteers, you’ll rediscover cycling or learn for the first time. No balance nor previous experience necessary. We have tricycles, hand cycles, side-by-side tandems as well as standard bicycles. Fun guaranteed.
Head Office, The ValleyFloyd RoadLondonSE7 8BL
CACT has delivered the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s universal youth provision, Young Greenwich, since April 2012. Young Greenwich is where you can have fun, meet new friends, learn new skills and fulfil your potential if you’re 10 to 19 years old or up to 25 if you have special education needs and disabilities.