Summer camps and workshops – it’s not too late
Grab your castanets and your tambourines because Monkey Music is running a workshop next Thursday at the Northcote Library (read more).
How about arts and crafts with a twist? Eddie Catz, Wimbledon is running a sand art workshop for kids (read more).
The Sunflower Network’s summer workshop for 10-13 year olds is next Tuesday. Run by Naomi Moore, a highly experienced play therapist and well-being practitioner, the course is designed to build confidence, self-esteem, social skills, emotional regulation and resilience all at the same time as having loads of fun (read more).
Naomi is also running a course for 5-10 year olds in messy play on Thursday(read more).
Let your 7-12 year olds fly high at Flying Fantastic’s Aerial Summer Camp. This week long course in Wimbledon will teach your little acrobats aerial skills such as hoop, trapeze and silks (read more).
Join the Circle of Life at Bellville Primary School with Little Voices performing arts, Lion King Summer camp for 4-11 year olds (read more).
Turn the world of fairy tales upside down with Into the Woods, Summer Art camp at The Woodfield Project on Tooting Bec Common (read more).
Playball London Summer Camps still have some spaces at both their Battersea Park and Balham locations (read more).
And so do All Star Tennis who run classes all around the neighbourhood with more fun on offer than you can volley a ball at (read more).
If you are after an English booster course for your kids, Yellowbird Education is running 7+, 8+, 11+ English Skills Booster (read more).
Karate chop your way into the 11+ Advanced Maths & Reasoning Course at Dulwich College with Mentor run by Charles Cassidy, the former Head of Mathematics at Westminster, and author of ‘Kung Fu Maths’ (read more).
Growing Young Minds are running a verbal and non-verbal reasoning camp in Balham helping each child to improve their speed, confidence and accuracy before the upcoming Secondary School admission tests (read more).
Role Models can teach your kids some invaluable life skills at its Creative Problem Solving Course in Chelsea for 8-11 year olds (read more).
First aid could, quite literally, save a life. And local company ‘First Aid for Life’ are running their usual and brilliant safety courses next Wednesday (read more).
And if you have a teenager off to a summer festival this first aid course on 20th August is a must (read more).
And that’s it folks. There is plenty on offer to get us all through the summer hols. Enjoy! (read more)