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HAF Renewal Christmas Manor Pre-school

A whole host of fun for children 4-5

Mentored by

The Renewal Programme

Organisation links
Location address: London, E12 6PG
Chosen age group:

For ages: 4 - 5 years

Available tickets:
Funded Free Ticket Free
Next date: Friday 22nd Dec,
Funded by Newham London Borough Council
Universal holiday club
What we'll do
The Renewal Programme are delighted to welcome pre-school children to our Christmas Programme held at 395High St North, Manor Park, London E12 6PG. The participants will be able to enjoy party games, messy play, arts & crafts, mixed indoor sports, cupcake & cookie decorating, plant your own seeds and a movie day. Your children will be provided with a healthy free vegetarian hot lunch. The little ones will have the opportunity to play games and create their very own arts & crafts masterpieces. We look forward to hosting your little ones between 22nd December - 29th December 2023 at this exciting programme. Please Note: Any packed lunch that children bring must be of a healthy variety and no items containing NUTS. Non-attendance without prior notice will result in the child losing its place for other days.
About your mentor
The Renewal Programme
Inspiring hope and offering opportunities
Newham Renewal Programme Ltd, also known as The Renewal Programme, is a registered charity based in Newham. Working with the community, the local council and businesses and other local charities, we transform and empower individuals for a stronger borough. Founded in 1971 by Reverends Clifford Hill, Ted Finch and Rowland Joiner, their shared aim was to inspire marginalised people and communities to sustain themselves independently in the future, an aim which has remained at the heart of the charity ever since. For 50+ years, we have continued to support those, in Newham, who are facing multiple challenges; whether they’re a carer who needs wellbeing support, a migrant or refugee without access to public funds, an individual suffering with homelessness or experiencing poverty, a young person without direct access to learning pathways or an elderly person unable to communicate in English. With our support, they can access the services they need in order to overcome those challenges.
HAF clubs are inclusive for children with low levels of SEN and/or disability, who can participate in universal settings. We also have specialist programmes for those children and young people who require specialist support. Each Club will assess their suitability to provide sufficient support, based on your child/young person's needs, ona case-by-case basis. Email us for any queries on
Learning aims
Aim 1
To develop focus and concentration through arts & crafts and play
Aim 2
To develop social skills
Aim 3
To spend more time in physical activity
Pricing information
Ticket nameFunded Free Ticket
Where we'll be
395, High Street North, London, Greater London, E12 6PG
Enhanced DBS
Basic DBS
Risk Assessment
Public Liability Insurance
Safeguarding Training
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit
Smoke Detector

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Cancellation Policy
Free bookings do not require refunds but as places are limited, please cancel if you cannot attend so that your place can be offered to someone else.

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.