The opportunity to make friends, play and develop
Visit our inclusive play centre for exciting and stimulating play activities in our after school club, on Saturdays, and during school holidays. Our play activities provide childcare and short breaks for families, ensuring that your children have fun, make friends and are learning through play in a safe yet stimulating environment.
We offer a range of structured and free play activities in a safe environment and a range of trips, and outings.
Tresham Play Centre
Join in our exciting structured and free-play activities in a fully inclusive play centre for children with and without special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Tresham Play Centre is managed on behalf of Westminster City Council.
For children aged between 4 – 14 years (up to 16 for disabled children).
Please contact us for the fees which apply to these sessions.
The Rainbow Family Centre
Under 10’s holiday play scheme:
The Rainbow play scheme is for children aged 2-10 years with Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to enjoy fun activities during the summer, Easter and half term holidays. The holiday programme runs for 8 weeks a year; 4 weeks during the summer holidays, 1 week at Easter and at each half term.
We offer this service in the following areas
11 Bravington Road, London, W9 3AB
020 8968 2690
27 Tresham Crescent, Lisson Green Estate, NW8 8TW
020 8206 5929
To find out more contact
Ilias Kostalas, Service Manager for Play and Youth
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