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Randall Place,Greenwich,LondonSE10 9LA
James Wolfe School is a state primary school based with a nursery it has two sites in Greenwich. The other site is in Royal Hill, SE10. The school offers a desiganated specialist provision (DSP) for children with hearing impairment. Further information on the support…
Battersea ParkCarriage Drive NorthLondonSW11 4NJ
We sell a wide range of specialist bikes for families and special needs users as well as many recumbents in Dulwich Park and hire bicycles for families, children and people with special needs in Dulwich Park and Battersea Park, London. We are open seven days a week in Dulwich Park for general bike hire and Monday to Friday for sales. In Battersea Park we are open for hires only at weekends and during schools holidays. Our main purpose is to get people out of the house and off on a bike ride. For hires that's round the park, for the bikes that we sell, all of them are for…
1st Floor, Colechurch House, 1London Bridge WalkLondonSE1 2SX
Through this service young people can access volunteering and internship opportunities in many different areas, for example, volunteering or an internship in offices in London; becoming a media or story volunteer or organising Fundraising / awareness events. (eg. for World Mental Health Day)
Remploy Ltd, Remploy House 18cMeridian EastMeridian Business ParkLeicesterLeicestershireLE19 1WZ
Remploy supports disabled individuals towards work, ensuring employers can recruit, retain and sustain the right individuals.Remploy offers targeted support for young people with Learning Difficulties or Disabilities who have a strong preference to enter the workplace.
122Broad WalkBlackheathLondonSE3 8ND
Samuel Montagu is a youth centre offering a range of services and positive activities to support children and young people’s personal and social development and provide a safe space to be outside of school. Samuel Montagu Youth Centre has facilities for hire which include an artificial grass pitch, beach volley ball courts, gym and grass area suitable for sports day’s etc. The Centre also has a tuck shop.
The Scout Association provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for children and young people promoting the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of the individual, helping them achieve their full potential. The main programme areas Scouts focus on are Outdoor and Adventure; Global; Community; Fit for Life; Creative; and Beliefs and Attitudes and Scouts of all ages work towards attaining awards and Scout Badges in their chosen activities. From Circus Skills and Street Sports to Imagination and Public Relations, there is a wide…
Girlguiding UK offers a girls-only space where girls of all backgrounds, abilities and nationalities can make new friends, learn new skills and have fun. Rainbows is for girls’ aged 5 to 7 and uses games and activities to help developing self-confidence. Brownies is for girls aged 7 to 10 and involves activities, arts and crafts, special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays. Guides are aged 10 to 14. Members take part in a wide…