Our Youth Club service at the Tulse Hill Adventure Playground offers children and young people between 10-16 years a great space to relax and have fun after school.
We provide various physical and recreational activities so that young people can socialise, develop, and learn new things and discover their talents.
Like our other services, we encourage and promote respect, teamwork, compassion and kindness whilst having fun in a safe and friendly environment.
Mondays Tulse Hill adventure Playground, Greenleaf Close, SW2 2EY
5.30-7.30pm (10-16 years)
Thursdays Tulse Hill Adventure Playground, Greenleaf Close SW2 2EY
5.00-6.30pm (7-11 years)
6.30-8.00pm (11-16 years)
Saturday Adventure Play
The Tulse Hill Adventure Playground is open for our younger children (8-13 years)
Saturday mornings are run by our friendly and welcoming staff. Parents are free to leave their children or stay and socialise with other parents or sit and relax whilst watching their children play in our safe, fun and friendly setting.
Saturdays 1-4.00pm Tulse Hill adventure Playground, Greenleaf Close, SW2 2EY
Aim High Study Hub
Our Study Hubs provide a friendly, safe and supportive learning environment for children and young people aged 7-16 years.
We offer support with homework and nurture the development of vital life-skills to help build self-esteem, communication skills, confidence and teamwork. We encourage the children to express themselves creatively and explore their individual talents as we know that the confidence gained from learning new skills is a valuable part of their growth.
Tuesdays Tulse Hill adventure Playground, Greenleaf Close, SW2 2EY
3.30-5.00pm (7-11 years)
5.00-6.30pm (11-16 years)
A further session is available on Mondays at our St Martin’s Learning Centre (3.30 – 5pm, 7-13 years, 220 Upper Tulse Hill, SW2 2NS)
We appreciate how much children learn through play, and our Adventure Playground forms a crucial space where local children and young people can meet, socialise and let their imaginations run free!
Research tells us how important play is for the social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of children and we have had the opportunity to observe these benefits first-hand over the years.
Benefits for children and young people
Benefits for the community
We are constantly seeking to improve our services so that we may continue to provide opportunities for the children to learn, grow and develop. We are improving the existing outdoor playground structures as well as developing and renovating the multi-purpose building.
We aim to become a hub for the local community where local people can pop in to enjoy some of the many children and family activities we have available.
There is a combination of open access play sessions, study hubs, activities, YOUth and Employability coaching, chargeable and subsidised child care facilities and much more. The site is available for hire on weekends.
Please see below the various activities available. For more information please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org