Every year Lambeth organises and funds a fantastic Holiday Activity Programme HAP and a Summer University SU for children and young people in the borough. The vast majority of the activities are free and HAP caters for children from 8-15 whilst the SU has courses for young people aged 11-19. Activities take place all over the borough, and the HAP includes opportunities to learn African dance, bag making and creative writing, or to go to ‘Grooveschool’, become an online journalist or an expert in the decoration of cupcakes. Summer University courses include Skiing, Soccer School, a Summer Reading Challenge and a chance to dance with Ballet Rambert.
You can download the Summer University brochure and the Holiday Activity Programme. They include details about dozens of activities, and also have a useful list of all the 1 o’clock clubs, adventure playgrounds and youth centres in Lambeth along with other provision. Have a look and publicise to young people and families you know. Register early as places may get booked up quickly.
Holiday Activities 2011
What’s on this summer for children and young people? There’s something for everyone including sports, arts, music or accredited courses!
Download the brochure of summer activities
The Lambeth Summer University is a four weeks programme that offers young people aged 11 – 19 affordable recreational & educational courses and activities that are exciting & fun. For details see http://www.younglambeth.org.
In the Norwoood area projects will be running for 9 to 16 year olds from 26th July to 18th August at Park Campus, Gipsy Road SE27 9TG and at Bishop Thomas Grant School, Belltrees Grove, SW16 2HY . For details see http://www.lambethsummerprojects.co.uk
For 7 to 11 year olds there will be a multi sport programme from 2nd to 11th August 10am to 3pm at Dunraven School, 82-100 Leigham Court Road, SW16 2QB. For details contact 020 7926 0396 or email email@example.com
The Old Library Centre, 14-16 Knights Hill, SE27 0HY will be running activities over the summer. For details contact 020 7926 7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org