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Activities for children and young people

February 9, 2021

Wild Mind is offering a Wellbeing Programme for young people aged 13-25
Young people who are feeling low, anxious, stressed or isolated are welcome to join this free 
The programme offers a range of creative & fun nature-based activities.
Both art and nature can make a significant difference to mental fitness. Our programme can help to release stress or alleviate symptoms of depression, build optimism and develop a sense of belonging.
Starting on Sunday 21st March, each programme includes five weekly 2-hour sessions on Sundays from either 10-12 or 1-3. 
For further information please visit our website, contact us by email or phone 020 89779989.


Workouts for children who use wheelchairs – a rival to Joe Wicks!
Workouts for children who use wheelchairs (from age 5).  Themes include superhero, animal, pirate, aeroplane etc workouts.  Also, separate ones for secondary school children. 

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21&CO for children with DOWN SYNDROME
Once again, throughout this latest lockdown, we have organised for Lydia of SpOt Drama to deliver a new zoom story each week. They will be on Fridays at 2.30 and Lydia will send everyone who signs up resources to prepare in the morning before the story. This way Fridays at least can have a schedule and hopefully be more stress free for you. To remain updated about this initiative please ask to join our private 21&Co/SpOt Drama Facebook page and Tatty will
accept you. You must be a 21&Co member: 

Kingston Libraries - activities for home educating families

Last month we launched two new monthly Chatterbooks Reading Clubs for children aged 6-8 and 9-11, after school on Zoom. We chat about books and have a suggested book of the month, plus quizzes, creative writing and illustration activities. If you'd like your child to join, please book online through Eventbrite It's free.
We also have some good online study resources, like free access to Britannica Online Junior and Student editions, plus events for all age groups. 


TailfeatherTV is a new YouTube channel which creates programmes and content for babies, toddlers and children which are co-written and presented by young adults with learning disabilities.

Enjoy the Dancing, singing, signing, learning, and playing here:

TailfeatherTV: A new and exciting YouTube channel for pre-school children with programmes co-written and presented by young adults with learning disabilities.
Following the Early Years Foundation Stage framework for Learning and Development, children can explore and engage with fun topics through: Dance, singing, signing, learning, and playing.
Co-written and presented by brilliantly talented young adults with learning disabilities including dancer, Andrew Self (The Greatest Dancer 2019, Mencap Boogie-thon 2020, BBC Breakfast 2020, BBC Radio2 Michael Ball Show 2020), TailfeatherTV is UNIQUE and paves the way for inclusion and diversity in broadcasting
Episodes are available to watch now:




Activity Station in Barnes offer activities and a respite service for people with mild/moderate learning disabilities.

Activity Station is running free interactive online sessions every week day at 12pm and also on Sundays at 12pm and 4pm during lockdown.  

Please phone or email us for the link to join these online sessions


Active Online Sessions  - find out more and book at or by clicking the links below for each session:

Programme Timetable:

2 to 3:30pm - Creative Club
2 to 3:30pm - Junior Active Online Session
6 to 7:30pm - Adult Active Online Session
2 to 3:30pm - Soccersize for All
2 to 3:30pm - Junior Active Online Session
6 to 7:30pm - Adult Active Online Session
2 to 3:30pm - Creative Club Round Up!

The Pan DisAbility Virtual Soccer School is open to anyone with from 5 years to adults with any form of physical and/or learning disability. Sessions will consist of fun individual football skills, games, challenges as well as creative fun too.
To access all of the above it is just a one off sign-up fee of £10, so why not get yourself booked onto the Pan DisAbility Virtual Soccer School today! Click Here to book!

TEL: 07827 957837 |

Online dance classes from Blue Phoenix

New SEND online dance classes for children and adults. They are being run by Tom, who up until Christmas, ran the RISE (Richmond inclusive sports) dance sessions.

The sessions follow a routine, starting off by welcoming each participant, using speech, Makaton and pictures. This is followed by a warm up), teaching a routine, and then some free dance where the students take it in turns to choose the music. 

Classes will be limited to 8

Contact: or 07594 288 578

TAG Youth Club

TAG Youth Club in Ham is providing 1:1 opportunities for young people at Ham Youth Centre.  These will be on Wednesday and Fridays.  Each person will be allocated a room with its own access points.  Toilets are available, however we ask that you go to the toilet before you leave home.  Equipment and touch points will be cleaned between users. Time slots available between 6pm and 9.30pm.

Main Hall - 1:1 Parkour Classes, 30 minute physical sessions, gym gear and trainers should be worn.  Classes will be delivered by our qualified Parkour Coach from Toolbox Movement.  Access to and from will be via the Main Hall Fire Exit.

Art Room -  1:1 Sessions with a Youth Worker.  A chance to play a board game, do some art and crafts and have a chat. These sessions are for 30 minutes.  Access to and from will be via the Hallway Side Fire Exit.

IT Suite -  1:1 Sessions with a Youth Worker.  A chance to play a board game, do some art and crafts and have a chat.  These sessions are for 30 minutes. Access to and from will be via the Main Entrance.  

There are also running some 1:1 Parkour Classes during the day at Ham Youth Centre.

If your child is interested in attending, please contact Giles Hobart via email: 


TAG Youth Club, Ham Youth Centre, Ham Close, Ham, Richmond, TW10 7PL

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