"Level-up" February Half Term

Your mentors

The Neurodiversity Family Hub

Marine Bernier-Harrington

Sonay Ozkutayli

Organisation links
Location address: London, se1 1QU
Chosen age group:

Ages: children 11 - 18 · adults 18 - 18 years

Available tickets:
Tobbogoning - Level up H Free
Next date: None - Register your interest
A summary
Join us for an electrifying toboggan adventure down a specially designed track, offering twists, turns, and the pure excitement of gravity-powered speed. The track is designed to provide a safe yet exciting experience for teenagers, combining the joy of tobogganing with the thrill of navigating a dynamic course. Who can join? Any child with a neurodiversity between the age of 10 years old up to 18 years old. Wednesday 14th Feb Meeting at Mint Street: 10:00am Collecting at Mint Street: 4:15pm What will happen: 1) We will meet at 10 am inside Mint Street Park at the entrance to the children's play area 2) Once everyone has arrived, we will take a private coach and drive for 1h20mn to Chatham snow centre - 3) On arrival, we will get a full safety briefing of whatever we need to have fun and good security 4) Time for the fun to start! 5) We will have some rest and some Lunch 6) We will then return to London for 4:15pm and meet your parents in Mint Street. IMPORTANT: Please wear comfortable footwear that does not slip off (trainers or hiking boots), clothes that can get dirty, a waterproof jacket in case of rain, bring your pack lunch with lots of snacks for keeping energy up, water and a back pack. If children are sensitive to wind, please give them layers and bands to protect their ears. Bring with you anything you need to feel comfortable. Ear defenders are welcome for the journey. Who will be there with the children? We will be 3 adults with SEND training. All adults have DBS and safeguarding training.
About your mentors
The Neurodiversity Family Hub
Facilitate, Advocate, Empower Neurodiversity
We accompany neurodiverse people under the age of 18 years old and their supporters to lead happy lives in a caring community. To achieve this, we provide neurodiverse specialised clubs for children & young people. And expert advice, advocacy, and parental groups.
Marine Bernier-Harrington
Co-Founder & Director
Hello, my name is Marine and I am a founder member of The Neurodiversity Family Hub. I am dyslexic and have neurodiverse children. My journey in the realm of neurodiversity began 15 years ago when one of my children, just 2 years old at the time, exhibited distinctive traits that set them apart from neurotypical individuals. Through a relentless seven-year battle within the educational and medical systems, my child received a comprehensive diagnosis, encompassing Autism, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia, and a severe language disorder. Fuelled by my experience, I embarked on an educational quest, immersing myself in the intricate worlds of Autism and Neurodiversity. My initial educational background includes a Master's Degree in Direct Marketing, and I worked in that field for years until I transitioned to the charity sector. My journey within the field of neurodiversity inspired me to expand my skill set by becoming a certified Transformational Life Coach, specializing in the Person-Centered (Rogerian) approach to accompany Parents of Neurodiverse Children and their children. And I am passionate about making sure Young Neurodiverse people and their families live happy lives in a caring community
Sonay Ozkutayli
SEND Education Law Expert
Hello, my name is Sonay and I am a founder member of The Neurodiversity Family Hub. I worked in mainstream educational settings for over 15 years, I spent the last 5 years of my teaching career as a qualified SENCO and Assistant principal and have a broad and in-depth knowledge of understanding young people and how to work with various diagnoses and conditions for best outcomes. I am also diagnosed with ADHD and have children with Neurodiversity too. This is my expertise and I commit to ensuring young people are provided with every opportunity and experience we can so they feel included, happy, and driven in their own lives!
Learning aims
Aim 1
To enhance the self-confidence and independence of young people with SEND through a tobogganing experience. Empower participants to navigate the toboggan track independently, boosting their sense of autonomy. Provide opportunities for overcoming challenges on the track, fostering a belief in their abilities. Celebrate individual achievements, promoting a positive self-image and increased confidence.
Aim 2
Sensory Stimulation and Enjoyment: Cater to diverse sensory needs, ensuring a positive and enjoyable experience for participants with varied sensitivities.
Aim 3
Social Inclusion and Peer Interaction:: Facilitate a supportive environment where participants can engage with peers, fostering social connections. Provide opportunities for communication and bonding among participants, enhancing their social skills.
Pricing information
Ticket nameTobbogoning - Level up H
InformationThis is specifically for Young People 10-18 with SEND needs (no need for diagnose)
Where we'll be
14 weller street, Mint Street, London, Greater London, se1 1QU
Enhanced DBS
Risk Assessment
Public Liability Insurance
Safeguarding Training
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit
Smoke Detector

Please note

Please note, it is the responsibility of the booker to satisfy themselves about the adequacy of the safety measures. This platform is merely an introducer and does not verify the items listed here.

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.Please give us a call if you cant make it at the last minute on 07428648710

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.