Young Greenwich offers the following activities and courses for young people in the Royal Borough of Greenwich with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) up to the age of 25.

The Short Breaks programme enables 13 to 25-year-olds with disabilities to make friends, develop new skills and have fun. They can take part in day trips, overnight breaks and other activities, including bowling, ice skating and laser tag.

Deaf Station provides a safe space for deaf young people who receive specialist attention from trained, deaf youth workers.

FOY Club is for young people with SEND to do games, arts and crafts in groups which keep to a 1:6 ratio, ensuring specialist attention from trained youth workers.

Integrated Youth Clubs, mixed sessions which bring all ages, abilities and needs together.

We Live Network is a youth club for disabled young people based in Shooters Hill.

Willow Dene After School Club is open to all children from Year 2 upwards, with staff leading swimming, soft play and various other sessions.

Click here for more information about Inclusion programmes via the Young Greenwich website.

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