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Ambition Aspire Achieve

AAA now delivers a wide range of projects and services from both hubs and across local communities in Newham. Their work particularly focuses on and supports children and young people most in need, including those with disabilities or additional needs. Their current work includes after school clubs, holiday play and youth activities, youth clubs, disability specific activities, detached youth projects, information advice and support for vulnerable young people, mentoring and personal development programmes, doorstep inclusive sports clubs and outward-bound activities and experiences.

AAA also has FAMILY FUN DAYS Running Throughout The Year

FREE For All Running 11am to 3pm

From Sunday 12th March at Terence Brown Arc, Hermit Road Park, Canning Town E16 4JT

View the leaflet here

For more activities and information please visit The AAA Zone - Latest News

Being The Cure

Being The Cure offers absolutely free of charge character-building sessions for all children in Newham. Their mission is to develop the next generation of society's heroes through evidence-informed character education that instils honesty, kindness, and humility in every child.

Find out more in the short video below:

Saturday School

  • Free-of-charge character-development sessions for all children and young people in London based on their Education for Heroism Framework.

A short video which introduces the Saturday School provided by Being The Cure:

To find out more visit https://www.beingthecure.org/

You can also email uk@beingthecure.org or fill out the contact form: Contact | Being The Cure | England

Kooth - Your Online Mental Wellbeing Community

Kooth is a free, safe and anonymous online platform providing digital mental health and wellbeing advice, support, and guidance to all young people in Newham aged 10-18 (up to 19th birthday). You can reach qualified practitioners through mobile, tablets and computer by joining. Join at https://www.kooth.com

Little Manor Play Project

Childcare for 5-12 year-olds

Aston-Mansfield's Little Manor Play Project provides childcare for the children of parents who are working, studying, training or actively seeking employment. 

They have a breakfast club, afterschool club and holiday playscheme. Their playscheme is open for all children who are 5-12 years old.

Find out more: Working with Children - Little Manor Play Project

Book now on: 020 3355 3978 or email: play@aston-mansfield.org.uk

Lumi Nova – Tales of Courage

Lumi Nova is a digital therapy in the format of a mobile app to help children and young people learn to self-manage, reduce symptoms of anxiety, build resilience and thrive. It is a fun and safe way for children to tackle their fears and worries head on.

Lumi Nova is delivered by BFB Labs in partnership with East London NHS Foundation Trust, Newham CAMHS and is completely free to access for families in Newham.

It is designed for children 7-12 years old who have mild to moderate difficulty with fears and worries.

Families can sign up for free without any referral by visiting the website here: Lumi Nova - East London Foundation NHS Trust

 

Alternatively, speak to your school or Newham CAMHS for more information.

Newham's Holiday Activities and Food Programme

HAF – Holiday Activities and Food Programs

Newham children and young people benefit from free food and activities during school holidays

Newham Council is running a Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme –  to provide free food and fun activities for thousands Newham children and young people during the school holidays.

For up-to-date information on Newham’s Holiday Activities and Food Programme please click Newham Families Advice and Support | Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme

Young Health Champions

The Young Health Champion (YHC) programme was created by young people, for young people!


Their aim is to work together to share public health messages and increase awareness of various health issues that affect young people in Newham. They meet weekly to share knowledge, consult on projects and plan health campaigns.

Who can join? Anyone living, studying or working in Newham who is between the ages of 9 & 25.

Contact Shelby for more info (shelby.vandermerwe@newham.gov.uk or call/text 07812789847)

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Last updated: 13/12/2023

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