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30/06/22

Merton CAMHs are hosting a parent workshop on starting school. Sign up via eventbrite Date: 20th July, 2022 Time: 12 to 13:30 pm To get a ticket please request one via Eventbrite : https://t.co/vBU4cbxM2B https://t.co/nUiMvFnHis

27/06/22

And we are on our way home. What a fantastic time at Kingswood! The children are looking forward to seeing their adults! https://t.co/jfWlxuA2K3

27/06/22

The last activity of the week! Testing their nerves on ‘The Leap of Faith’! https://t.co/xanb2Q6jTS

27/06/22

Such great climbers and fear conquerors! https://t.co/A1ow4yvn2V

27/06/22

More Equilibrium! https://t.co/u3wHx6e5uF

27/06/22

A fantastic start to the final day at Kingswood. Starting off with Equilibrium! https://t.co/vrW6EayATJ

27/06/22

Packed and ready to go before another morning of high wire activities! https://t.co/sPznAg7L8j

26/06/22

Disco time at Kingswood! Y5 ready to show off their dance moves! https://t.co/Y8sZPU8vHh

26/06/22

Proud of everyone giving it their best in fencing! https://t.co/F619O3I6x4

26/06/22

Bear Grylls would be proud. https://t.co/WbO189zVvY

26/06/22

Blindfolded obstacle course! https://t.co/16g0c3n3Ih

26/06/22

Robin Hood eat your heart out! https://t.co/eGsi6lgf5i

26/06/22

Good morning from HPAM starting off with a morning of Archery. Take a bow for hitting the targets! https://t.co/Ki9unYQd8G

26/06/22

Coming to the end of a great day filled with orienteering, fire building, zip lining and problem solving. Topped off by a beautiful bedtime story by Miss Saj! https://t.co/D4E5zRHRgn

26/06/22

They were fire starters… https://t.co/VzByrPGMY0

25/06/22

Learning how to survive and build fires in the wild. Things are heating up! https://t.co/Tx8CmEIfwj

25/06/22

A well deserved lunch before orienteering, bush lighting and aeroball https://t.co/VDPoUyCRdl

25/06/22

Birds eye view https://t.co/Fjo82RaF07

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Out of School Local Activities

 

Football Training - Pollards Hill

Free training sessions for children and young people ages 10 to 19 years on Saturday mornings.

Contact Details:

Pollards Hill Recreation Ground
Recreation Way
Mitcham

Telephone - 020 8274 5195
Email - pollards.hill@merton.gov.uk

 

AFC Wimbledon Foundation - Sessions for Children with Disabilities

The AFC Wimbledon Foundation launched football sessions for children with disabilities at Southfield Academy in September 2016. Led by experienced coaches, children (8-15 years) of all disabilities are welcome to attend every Sunday (13:30 until 14:30).

AFC Wimbledon Foundation also stage female only Down's Syndrome sessions (12:30 until 13:30) at the same venue on Sundays.

Contact Details:

AFC Wimbledon 
The Aspire Centre
Merton Road 
London

Contact Name: Emma O'Connor
Telephone: 020 8547 3528
Email: femalefootball@afcwimbledon.org.uk

 

Chinese Martial Arts for Juniors - WUSHU SANDA KUNG FU

Helps to improve co-ordination and increase flexibility. Builds self confidence and gain self respect. Focus & stillness. Effective self defence. Total fitness. Regional gradings. Wushu Sanda was showcased at the Beijing Olympics 2008.

Every Saturday at The 'Studio' Canons Leisure Centre, Mitcham, CR4 4HD from 1:30pm until 2:30pm. Classes are also available in Burgess Hill, Croydon and Woodmansterne.

Contact Details:
Contact Name: Paniko
Telephone: 07506 764005

 

Sutton Eagles FC

Sutton Eagles FC is run by parents, but with coaching provided by qualified coaches. Children with special needs in Sutton and the surrounding area have the opportunity to play football and develop their social and physical skills.

The scheme sets out to provide children with special needs in the area with an opportunity to further improve their social and physical skills, and in doing so improve their confidence and self-esteem.

Two age groups - 5-11 years and 11-16 years.

 

Better Gymnastics at Canons Leisure Centre

Better Gymnastics classes offer a safe, fun and stimulating environment for children of all ages and abilities to learn and develop gymnastic skills. With use of a variety of apparatus & equipment, the lessons are structured yet varies, with children having the opportunity to achieve British Gymnastics proficiency awards. There is also the annual Better Gymnastics Competition for children aged 6yrs+.

BLOCK PAYMENT
Pay one standard fee when you join the programme to attend weekly gymnastics lessons for a block of 14 weeks. To continue with your gymnastics lessons you will need to top up your credits. "Top-Ups" may be bought at any time within the block you are attending. Remember to "Top-Up" before your last lesson commences in order to stay on the programme. We are unable to guarantee you a place for future courses beyond your last lesson.

We strongly recommend the gymnast attends a one-off trial session. Here the pupil can try the class before committing to a full 14 week course if lessons. Trial sessions need to be booked in advance at reception. We strongly recommend children of 4 years of age wishing to join a fundamental class to attend this assessments. This will ensure the pupil will be suitable to participate.  

Tuesdays & Wednesdays - 4pm or 4.50pm & Saturdays 10am or 11am. Before school tasters may be available, space permitting, please contact the centre to check for availability.

WHAT TO WEAR
Children can wear leotards, shorts, t-shirts, leggings, jogging bottoms, and will need to bring a pair of socks in case they use the trampoline. Clothing with strings, buttons, buckles or hoods are not permitted. Long hair must be tied back and all jewellery is to be removed.

HOW TO BOOK
Bookings can be made at anytime and can be made at reception or online.
www.betterlessons.org.uk/gymnastics

Please click here to see prices and a timetable.