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Inclusive BMX club as part of Greenwich BMX (Weekly sessions) Participants do not need to be able to ride a bike, the sessions are to introduce BMX and Cycling and give the experience of what is deemed an extreme sport. Children can begin on the flat surface on a BMX bike, and can progress onto the BMX track if they want to. Progress is encouraged but the sessions are to be enjoyed and for the children and young people to have fun. Brothers/Sisters and friends are welcome to come along and join too.
020 7993 9883
Ambitious about Autism is the national charity for children and young people with autism. We provide services, raise awareness and understanding, and campaign for change. Through TreeHouse School, The Rise Schooland Ambitious College we offer specialist education and…
020 8815 5444
Supporting families with a child with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The ASD Outreach Service supports both mainstream schools and families to make sure that they are able to meet the needs of children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs). The team offer various training packages to parents and to professionals to support children with ASDs. These include online training courses, training sessions, advice and referrals, and a structured support programme for transitions. The service can support schools in creating Personal Learning Plans to match individual…
020 8921 3311
The Behaviour Support Service is a specialist service designed to help children with behaviour needs and those at risk of exclusion. The team work with school managers and other staff to help them to support children effectively. This can involve helping to design Personal Support Plans with school staff, developing Early Help plans, giving advice about exclusions and support for students re-integrating into education via the Fair Access panel.
020 8921 8318
The Boys Brigade offers a programme of activities for young people. Seniors, aged 15-18 The Boys Brigade offers a balanced programme of activities for children and young people. The youngest section – Anchors-is for children aged 5-8 and focuses on crafts, music, games and sport as well as visits and working towards gaining badges for achievement. Juniors section is for children aged 8-11 years old. It encourages personal development by allowing children to focus on personal interests and challenge themselves in developing new interests as well as going on day…
CENMAC is a unique, London-based support service offering assessments, reviews and loan of equipment to help pupils with a disability access the curriculum. CENMAC offers early intervention, training and support to staff to increase their confidence and knowledge. CENMAC also offers advice and support to parents and carers, runs events, offers training and can help loan or help adapt school materials. Parents are invited to participate with all stages of CENMAC’s involvement and training is open to all. Email and telephone support is offered for families.
020 8854 1019
The Short Breaks ASD Project provides activities and trips for young people with ASD in Greenwich. Sessions are held on Monday evenings and Saturdays, alternating between activities at Hawksmoor Youth Club and trips to external venues or activity centres. Activities have so far included ice-skating, Laser-Tag, theatre trips, Jump Giants, bowling and film nights at local cinemas.
The Short Breaks Holiday Club provides activities and trips for young people with disabilities in Greenwich during school holidays. The programme is for all types of disability, ranging from those with complex needs to those with moderate learning difficulties. A range of activities are provided, including swimming, bowling, trips to adventure playgrounds and the beach, sightseeing in London, and trips to disability-friendly theme parks.
The Short Breaks Saturday Club provides activities and trips for young people with disabilities in Greenwich. The programme is aimed at those who cannot access respite services anywhere else and who require higher staffing ratios, including those with severe autism and severe learning disabilities. The disability-friendly activities include swimming, bowling, trips to playgrounds and the beach, sightseeing in London, and trips to local theme parks.