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Tower Hamlets Inclusion Service

Tower Hamlets Inclusion Service

Accessible Inclusive Activities

The Inclusion Service supports children and young people to access a range of fun and positive activities at universal settings such as youth services, leisure centres and outdoor activity venues within the borough. This is achieved by:

  • Finding out the child’s interests, dreams for the future and matching suitable activities that increases their independence, life skills and confidence
  • Supporting mainstream services to meet the needs of the child so they are fully able to participate

Benefits of the Inclusion Service

  • Having fun
  • Making friends
  • Raising self esteem
  • Increasing independence
  • Increasing life skills
  • Becoming more healthy

List of the activity providers on offer are: 

  • Attlee Centre
  • Bikeworks
  • East London Flyerz Hockey Club
  • Half Moon Theatre
  • Inclusive Swimming Lessons
  • Multi-Sport
  • RSBC- Health & Well-being Club
  • Shadwell Basin Activity Centre
  • Spitalfields Farm
  • Splash Play
  • Spotlight
  • Stay & Play
  • Urban Adventure Base (UAB)
  • Urban Gym
  • West Ham Football Club
  • Wingz BMX

Holiday Childcare Scheme

The Tower Hamlets Holiday Childcare Scheme provides childcare for children aged 3 to 13 years old. The holiday provision takes place in Tower Hamlets schools and operates during 9 weeks of the school holidays (excluding the Christmas break), from an option between 8am to 6pm (for working parents) or 9am to 5pm.

The scheme provide a wide range of fun activities following the children’s interests, including, sports, cooking, creative arts and crafts, street dance, Zumba, games, film making and much more.

The Inclusion service offers a limited number of funded places on the scheme for eligible children between the ages of 5-13 years old.

To apply for a place on the Holiday Childcare Scheme, please email Inclusion Service to request an application form

How to register to the service

  • Be of the ages of 5-17
  • Must live in the borough of Tower Hamlets
  • Have a disability diagnosis
  • In receipt of an EHCP from school
  • Be able to cope in a mainstream setting with low level of support & supervision

To register to the inclusion Service, please email [email protected] to request an application form.