Find details of classes, activities, groups and clubs for children aged between 5 and 12

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Activities out of a school setting for kids are very important. You find that children really gain confidence and develop their personalities whether they are in a club or partaking in lessons. Essential skills like team work and hand eye co-ordination are benefits that kids gain and never forget.

With all activities and classes we advise calling beforehand to check times and costs. Some activities have a waiting list or require advance payment so, again, worth checking! Also ask if you can come along to try the class before committing to a number of sessions.

Below are just some of the activities that will be available.

Academic Tutoring

Working with the right tutor can help you get (and stay) on top of your schoolwork. It also makes classes more interesting and less stressful. A better approach to schoolwork, along with a strong academic foundation, will have lasting positive effects.


Girls 7+ . Brownies have fun! Their meetings are full of challenges, games and activities, usually ones that the Brownies have suggested themselves.

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Kids will enjoy cookery and might turn into little Jamie Olivers. Cooking will widen your child's imagination.  


Cricket is the one sport that reaches across boundaries of gender, race and class and enables children to mix with other children from every different community. Cricket also teaches children the importance of self-reliance and practice. Although eleven cricketers make a cricket team, when the time comes to bowl your first delivery, walk out to bat or take a catch, your team mates can't do it for you and it's up to you as an individual to perform.


Boys and Girls 8-10 and a half. Cubs go camping. Cubs make lots of new friends. Cubs have fun! Cubs are caring and help people. The Cub Scout motto is Be Prepared.


If it seems like your kids always have ants in their pants, it may be time to think about enrolling them in a dance class or two. From hip hop to classical ballet, a variety of styles exist to suit every taste, and they all deliver a great workout, an outlet for the imagination, a way to develop style and confidence, and a healthy dose of discipline. The next time your kids can't sit still, but on some music and see what they've got!


Perhaps you want to play in a junior football team, or are the parent of someone who wants to play? Or maybe you are interested in becoming a coach or helper at a junior football team.


Girls 10-14. Being a Guide is all about learning new skills, making your own decisions and having fun. Guiding provides a safe environment to explore new possibilities and achieve personal goals while making friends and having adventures.


Gymnastics is an accessible and inclusive sport offering opportunities to all ability levels and ethnic groups within a range of controlled learning environments. It promotes an active and healthy lifestyle and is recognised as forming the basis for physical literacy by developing fundamental movement skills.

Ice skating

Ice skating is a fun sport to learn all sorts of tricks from twirls to lifts. This exciting sport could get very addictive.

Language Classes

Learning a new language at any age is an enormously rewarding and enriching  experience in many ways. Children understand intuitively that language is something to explore, to play around with, and to enjoy. Their enthusiasm is both infectious and effective. You can find a specialist to teach your child a language in a group class or club or through an online program or home tuition.


Martial Arts

From karate to kung fu, martial arts provide a powerful workout. Today's martial arts provide children with physical exercise, a chance to gain self confidence, an opportunity to interact with others, and worthwhile lessons in self defence. For children of all ages, martial arts are an exciting alternative to more traditional sports.

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Children who take music lessons before the age of six tend to have more mathematical skills. There's a variety of music from pop to samba as well aa variety of instruments from drums to the conga.

Pottery and Pottery Painting

Are you in need of some different arty experiences? Why not try pottery throwing and clay sculpture or pottery painting workshops for children. School and community groups are often very welcome so there's no excuse, get messy and give something new a go, you can guarantee you will be very proud of your unique creation.


If you are interested in netball it is a fun and active sport for all ages. It keeps you healthy and exercise.


Rugby is a fun and social game for boys and girls of all ages. It's a game everyone can enjoy no matter what shape, size or age, you'll find a level of Rugby that's right for you. Don't miss out on playing this season!


Scouts can be found all over the world, and there are more than 28 million.  Meeting new people and making friends is what Scouts is all about. At Scouts, you get the chance to try out lots of different activities.


Kids soccer is an easy to learn, safe and fun programme to introduce your child to sport.  It provides a great introduction to ball games for little ones that is fun and social.  Soccer is the most popular team sport in the world and can be enjoyed by boys and girls.

Summer Camps

Want a school holiday filled with action, excitement and adventure? Then you've got to try a summer camp.  If you're up for trying something new, meeting new mates and generally having great fun, you're gonna love it. It's a chance to leave your parents at home, check out new activities and have a go at the sports you've always wanted to try.


Every parent wants their child to swim for various reasons, the main one being that they want their child to be safe. This is why swimming lessons are important but fun so children can enjoy themselves at the pool.

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If the start of Wimbledon or the Australian Open inspires your child to pick up a racket, there are plenty of places to learn.  Tennis is a fun hand eye co-ordination sport. It helps keep your children active from ages 6 and up.


Hopping and jumping are completely normal for children. It keeps them amused and healthy. Trampoline promotes muscle co-ordination, a sense of balance and stability in the body. Bouncing creates a pump effect, which positively affects muscles, bone density and metabolism. A NASA study back in the eighties showed that Trampoline is 3 times more effective than jogging. Ten minutes of bouncing results in the same results as thirty minutes of running.


Yoga is a wonderful way for children to learn focus and control in a fun way using traditional yoga poses.  They often use music and stories with the poses in the classes and it's an activity you can even do together at home.  It can also aid relaxation just as it does for grown-ups!