Summer Holiday Club @ Kingswood Estate

Sports, Arts and Crafts and trips and more

Mentored by


Creating opportunities & tackling inequality.

Organisation links
Location address: London, SE21 8QW
Chosen age group:

Ages: 4 - 16 years

Available tickets:
Non Eligible Self Paying £5 per sessionFree HAF child ticket Free
Next date: Monday 29th Jul,
Funded by Southwark Council
Universal holiday club with SEND support
A summary
Dive into a world of diverse activities and meaningful experiences at our Holiday Club! Catering to all interests, we promise a high-quality, stimulating, fun, and engaging environment for children. We are an inclusive provider and welcome children with Special Education Needs/Disability. Activities & Workshops: Sports: Indulge in multi-sports, football, cricket, basketball, table tennis, and tennis. Creative Corner: Unlock creativity with arts and crafts, cooking workshops, dance, photography, music, drama, and video gaming. Culinary Adventures: Learn to make nutritious meals, including a special focus on Afro-Caribbean dishes. Plus, explore the art of creating refreshing fruit juices. Learning Workshops: Gain insights on crucial topics such as anti-bullying, money management, stress management, and what it means to be a responsible young individual. Special Features: Educational Trips: Broaden horizons with our educational trips, offering both fun and learning. Cinema: Immerse in entertaining film screenings tailored for our young audience. Spaces to Explore: Play and relax in our indoor area or embrace the great outdoors in our green space equipped with play gear. Moreover, take advantage of our three parks, each boasting its own gym area. We offer free places to children who receive benefit-related free school meals. Join us for a memorable experience where every day promises new adventures, learnings, and friendships.
About your mentor
Creating opportunities & tackling inequality.
Excel Beyond Barrier’ is a youth first organisation that provides young people with the tools they need to get ahead and grow in life. On the flip side, we also help enterprise, government and education sector to engage, recruit and support youths in our community. - We wholeheartedly believe in the potential of all young people and care deeply about young people and their futures, especially those from deprived areas of our inner city of London and nationwide. - We are a multicultural-led organisation predominantly from the BAME community. So, our work is directed at creating opportunities for young people to tackle inequality, achieve their personal potential and drive social change. - We provide support under four strategic themes (1) Safe spaces; (2) Health and Well-being; (3) Strong, Safe, and Inclusive Communities (4) Progression, Skills, Mentoring, Career advice and Employability. - We believe it is essential that young people are encouraged and supported into roles that they are passionate about and with help from enterprise, education, and government, we can up-skill and create a positive future for young people across our community. Also, family is at the heart of all that we do. Therefore, we provide a wraparound family support initiative. We are a value-driven organisation and we pride ourselves on using these values as the drivers of our work. - We focus primarily on how increased participation in sport, physical activity, training, mentoring, internship, career/employment can enhance the lives of young people in Southwark Borough and nationwide. Therefore, as a priority we focus on four key groups: 1. Young people aged 4 - 16 years & 17 - 25yrs (Including Young People with SEND) 2. Older adults 3. People with a long-term condition or disability 4. People living in the surrounding deprived areas with high rates of inactivity Although, our work is not restricted to these four groups and understanding intersectionality is essential to combatting the interwoven inequalities seen within communities with regards to inactivity levels. As such, at EBB, we work to support other relevant networks to improve opportunities, to attract funding/investment for Sport, facilities, improve coordination, networking and partnership working across the sector in the Southwark area, nationwide and internationally. Through working with young people and partners from projects across the UK, we have developed the following core values which underpin everything we do: YOUTH-LED: Young people are the heart of everything we do, inspiring us to evolve and adapt, so we can support them to realise their full potential through mentoring, career path advice, internship, training opportunity and employment, offering entrepreneurship skills, creating a safe space for social and sports activities, etc. EMPOWERMENT: Enabling young people to recognise their skills and giving them ownership to achieve their individual goals. FAMILY ORIENTED: At EBB, family network is an important aspect of our work. We provide wraparound support initiatives to ensure young people have the necessary support at home in the pursuit of their chosen career, physical and mental wellbeing. We believe, empowering the parents with skills and knowledge needed, they would be in the best position to support their child(ren) at home, school and in the community to be the pride of their family and community. A CONNECTOR: Bringing young people, the communities and our partnership network together; valuing diversity and creating a shared sense of belonging. Also, using our community magazine to showcase our incredible work in all areas. RESILIENT: Bouncing back with enthusiasm and fresh solutions, continually learning, and taking the time to actively ‘listen’ and respond to the world in which we work. We will not shy away from any projects that support and bring values to our young people, and the community as a whole. COURAGEOUS: With a ‘can-do’, open, supportive, and honest approach - we are not afraid to do things differently. GENDER EQUALITY: We work to break the prevalent gender inequality affecting every female. We provide empowerment and enrichment programmes through community engagement initiatives. We research and campaign against Child abuse and molestation, FGM, Domestic violence, Inequality in employment and career development for girls/women, participate in and celebrate international women’s day, Period Pad Day, and initiatives that echo women/girls’ values. COMMUNITY: We are community oriented. Hence, we do everything within our remit and partnership with other organisations in our community to ensure never again should our community be in deprivation. Therefore, we work to attract investments, innovation and development to every disadvantaged Black led community.
We are an inclusive club and can support children with SEND. Please give full details of your child's needs in the questions at checkout. If you have any concerns please contact us before booking using the CONTACT MENTOR button.
Learning aims
Aim 1
Enhance physical and creative skills through diverse sports and artistic activities.
Aim 2
Foster financial and emotional intelligence with workshops on money management, stress relief, and responsibility.
Aim 3
Promote cultural appreciation and healthy living through culinary experiences and exposure to Afro-Caribbean dishes.
Pricing information
Ticket nameNon Eligible Self Paying
InformationThis ticket is for a child not eligible for HAF or missed out on the free HAF eligible tickets.
Ticket nameFree HAF child ticket
Where we'll be
Ketra Community Hall, Telfer House, Seeley Drive, London, Greater London, SE21 8QW
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