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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…
Welcome to the South East London School of Ju Jitsu. We are a friendly and experienced club with classes across South East London. Ju-Jitsu is an all-round system of self-defense that includes throwing and locking (restraints), ground-fighting as well as striking. Please go to our website for further information and find about how to register for your free class. Contact Us
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.
3 North RoadBlock EPlumsteadSE18 1BS
The Anchor SENDfriendly Centre is an independent provision centre for children and young adults ages 2-25 years old with special needs. We have incorporated Communication/Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development and Physical Development within a safe space for children and young adults with SEND. We have created various stimulating activities within the centre and beyond to support positive outcomes for each person. This includes creating a care plan to…
Greenwich & Lewisham Young Peoples Theatre, 51-53Woolwich New RoadLondonSE18 6ES
Teeny Tiny Theatre is a creative session where grown-ups and children interact together in a playful and fun environment. Using drama, movement, singing, and storytelling, the sessions will encourage social interaction through role-play and creative expression. Teeny Tiny Theatre is designed to help children develop their confidence and self-expression through creative play with their grown up– all while having a huge amount of fun! Our classes will take place every Wednesday. Time: 10am-11.30am Cost: First session FREE / £6 per session,…
Woolwich Centre LibraryWoolwichSE18 6HQ
Kids Festival Wellbeing Project Currently online during the lockdown but when things open, we use library spaces at Woolwich Centre. We organise activities in groups so that more able children support less able children. We encourage creative participation that ensures all abilities are involved.
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!
The Tramshed41 Woolwich New RoadLondonSE18 6ES
Welcome to GLYPT! The home of great theatre and arts activities for young people. Look out for Greenwich & Lewishams Young People's Theatre family shows, take part in workshops, come along and visit them at the Tramshed, sign up to progression or hire one of the spaces. There’s something for everyone of all ages! Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre (GLYPT) has been creating high-quality theatre for and with young people for over 40 years! They…