Activities for young people
The Children, Young People and Families services are run by a small team based at Tulse Hill Adventure Playground. We provide open access free play and youth activities five days a week at the playground along with in-school coaching to 10-18 year olds two days a week. Adventure Play is offered alongside help with homework, sports activities, cooking, arts and craft activities, bike maintenance and free play. We are also open during school holidays for daytime open access play sessions.
Please note the Adventure Playground is currently closed for repairs. In the meantime, our Children, Young People and Families team are running free trips and activities for young people. If you are interested in booking these for your child, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 020 8671 3132.
Due to the closure of the APG we are not currently running English Stay & Play sessions.
Activities on offer
After school until 7pm Monday to Thursday or on Saturday afternoons for ages 8+. Join us for team games, explore our adventure playground, get messy with arts and crafts or sensory activities, help develop our nature garden or chill out with your friends.
Get 1:1 support from our youth coaches, learn more about yourself, develop new skills and improve your confidence. With fun games we work with you to explore your personal strengths and core values to help you grow in confidence, build your self-esteem and explore self-limiting beliefs that prevent you from moving forward.
Monday to Thursday afternoon during school holidays for ages 8-16 come and hang out at the playground, learn to roller-skate, use our go karts, build a campfire, skateboard, build a tepee or treehouse, make a giant water slide, come for trips out to the beach, water wipe out, trampoline park make new friends and hang out with old ones.
Family ESOL Learn & Play
These sessions are for parents and children under 5 years old, to learn and play together, and to enjoy exploring the natural environment.
“When I first came to the Adventure Playground, I didn’t chat to the others very much or get involved with the activities but now I feel more confident and love playing”