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Building 40The Royal Military AcademyRoyal ArsenalLondonSE18 6ST
The Academy Performing Arts Centre offers a range of Drama, Music, Dance and sporting activities for children and young people. Courses and classes run in term time after school and at weekends. Performing Arts classes include Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Street, Drama, Singing, Musical Theatre, and Stage School. No information is available regarding the accessibility of classes for children and young people with disabilities please contact directly to discuss your child’s individual needs.
Hornfair ParkGreenwichSE18 4PE
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.
We are a Watersports based Charity changing people’s lives and building life skills through sailing and rowing. Our primary objective is giving opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk youths and we offer opportunities for disabled people to participate in activities and courses on an equal level. We bring together people from many walks of life to work together as a community helping others and all our activities and programmes are focussed on teaching…
Artillery PlaceWoolwichLondonSE18 4BW
Air Cadets is for young people aged 13-17 and offers the opportunity to earn BTECs and DoE Awards whilst participating in activities such as flying, sports, target shooting and adventure training. Air Cadets is a ‘military’ youth organisation and it supplies a uniform and promotes good manners and self-discipline. Volunteering opportunities for 20+ with training in eg City & Guilds Youth Management & Training
Douglas Way.Deptford.LondonSE8 4AG
The Albany aims to provide: An artistic and community resource where diversity and creativity flourish. A space where new talent is nurtured and exposed to ideas from across the world. High quality creative experiences relating to the communities we serve. A creative centre for learning within the community, contributing to the cultural, social and economic benefit of South East London. Based in the heart of Deptford, the Albany is a performing arts centre with a history stretching back to the nineteenth century. Over the last few years, we have emerged as a new type of arts…
New Eltham Methodist Church, 435Footscray RoadLondonSE9 3UL
Classes teach drama, song and dance and train children in all the necessary skills to perform on TV and stage. There end-of-term shows for family and friends where children build their confidence on stage. LAMDA acting and musical theatre examinations are available as well as IDTA dance exams in Freestyle Street Dance. Children can take part in an annual West End Variety show as well as numerous local festivals and shows. Each session starts with a full dance warm up then moves on to funky dance routines and singing, followed by fun drama games and exercises.
Arch B The LinkBazalgette WayLondonSE2 9BS
Open Access: Community Workshop evenings are FREE. Young people no longer have to worry about paying to attend; its free and open to all. We offer a wide range of activities in the evenings, from digital media and computing to cooking and mountain biking. Best of all, you can pick and choose which activity you’d like to take part in on any given night. Community Workshop is open to people aged 11-19 [and up to 25 with a recognised disability] .If you are interested in joining please fill in our enquiry…
51-61 Clifton Street,LondonEC2A 4DW
For action and adventure, fun and friendship, the Army Cadet Force is hard to beat. With 41,000 cadets (aged 12-18) and 9,500 adults in over 1,600 locations in every corner of the United Kingdom, the ACF is one of the country’s largest voluntary youth organisations. It is also one of the oldest tracing its history back to 1859. To develop personally and physically, providing a broad range of largely free, challenging, educational and adventurous opportunities. Cadets develop…
The Calvert Trust enables disabled adults and children, together with their families and friends, to achieve their potential through the challenge of outdoor adventure in the countryside. They aim to do this by providing: A wide range of adventurous outdoor activities, meaningful challenge and adventure within a framework of safety Skilled, qualified and caring staff able to fulfil the needs of visitors Accommodation appropriate to the needs of the visitors Facilities for families and friends to share the enjoyment and…