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Clubs and groups

Find clubs and groups in the local area.

CASPA Bromley – Life with Autism

  • Age range: 025 years old
  • Dates, times, costs and locations: visit the CASPA Bromley website

    CASPA has a family of clubs for all ages from 0 to 25 Years old. All term- time clubs provide 38 sessions per year, in-line with the school term. Club members also receive discounted rates on CASPA holiday provisions and the annual residential trips.

Buzzers Academies

  • Contact details: email info@techsport.org or phone 020 3608 8081
  • Age range: 5⁠12 years old

    Buzzers school holiday and half term academies are aimed at children aged 5–12 years old and are tailored to suit all sports interests and abilities. If young people require one to one support, please talk to the Buzzers Academies to ensure that can meet the young person’s needs.

    Visit the Buzzers Academies website

Sugarplumz breakfast, after-school and holiday clubs

  • Locations:
  • 79 Moorside Road Downham BR1 5EP within the Good Shepherd upper hall (catering to Good Shepherd primary school and Launcelot primary school)
  • 103 Boundfield Road Catford SE6 1PG within the grounds of The North Downham Training Project (catering to Forster Park primary school and Torridon primary school)

Sugarplumz Ltd provides a range of activities to all children. Please contact Sugarplumz to make sure they can meet your child’s needs.

Visit the Sugar Plumz website.

Legacy Youth Club

Legacy Youth Club run an inclusive session for young people with SEND.  The club is equipped with equipment to meet the needs of wheelchair users.  If one-to-one support is required, the young person’s parent or carer can attend to support.

Phab Youth Club

A fun and safe environment where teenagers with and without a disability can have fun and socialise with each other. Activities include games, art and crafts, boccia and more. There is space for parents and carers to meet.

Splatter Make

Location, date, times and cost: visit the Splatter Make website.

Splatter make hosts creative workshops and parties for all children.

Forries Education

Forries Education offers forest school nursery care as well as activities for pre-school children, after school clubs, school holiday sessions, school curriculum sessions and ‘wild’ Forries birthday parties.

Wildcat Wilderness

  • Location: Gate at no 53 River View Park Road, Catford, London SE6 4PL
  • Age range: All ages

Wild Cat Wilderness is a community green space in Catford coordinated by the Rushey Green Time Bank, a local charity. It is a natural wilderness off Catford Hill, which you can help shape and get involved in by volunteering. It is your community space where you can explore nature and the wildlife, play or relax in its peacefulness, learn new outdoor skills or crafts, share and enjoy the space with other local people of all ages, cultures, faiths and abilities.

Visit the Wild Cat Wilderness website.


  • Contact details: phone 020 8090 1444
  • Location: 144 E Dulwich Grove, Dulwich, London SE22 8TE
  • Age: 5–14 years
  • Date, time and cost: visit the Sparks4Kids website

Spark4Kids teaches children to code in a fun, engaging environment. Please call Sparks4Kids to ensure they can meet your child’s needs.

The Phoenix Youth Group for Deaf Children

  • Location: North Hub @ Castlecombe Youth Centre, Castlecombe Road, Mottingham, SE9 4AT
  • Age: 10–15 years old

A team of qualified, experiences and DBS-checked youth support Workers facilitate a wide-range of fun activities.

Visit the Phoenix Group website.

Roots and Shoots

Visit the Wildlife Garden - as a school group, as a family or as individuals for learning and for resting. The award-winning wildlife garden is a quiet and secluded haven for all visitors and residents breeding and migrating birds, amphibians, mammals, a wide range of insects and other invertebrates.