Looking for something for the kids to do this half-term?
Why not give sport a try?
According to a new report, less than half of children and young people in London are meeting the recommended levels of physical activity.
With school out for half-term, what better time to start than now?
Here are our pick of the sports and activity camps taking place across the capital this half-term.
Founded in 2007, the Little Foxes Club started by organising games and activities in a London park and has expanded into one of London’s more notable activity centres.
Still going strong 17 years later, Little Foxes offers a host of half-term camps throughout south-west London and attendees can expect multi-sports, football and games for kids of all ages, from 18 months to 14 years.
Over in North London, First Goal Football is running a week of football-centric games, including football tennis, football netball and football cricket, from 9:30am to 3pm for boys and girls aged 4-11,
Half-days are also available and for those footie fans who can’t get enough, extra-time is also running from 3:30pm.
There’ll be plenty of snacks available throughout the day, with a breakfast club also in place from 8am-9:30am.
First Goal Football (Enfield)
Action on Disability:
Open for young disabled people aged 11-25 years, Action on Disability’s Holiday Youth programme offers the chance to engage in activities, make new friends and learn valuable new skills.
The programme is free but only for anyone who lives or accesses education within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, so those seeking out of borough access will be subject to fees.
Located in Hammersmith, there’s something for everyone and all you need to do is complete a membership form.
For more information email, [email protected] or call 02030800383.
U17 Ball and Eat:
Running from today until Thursday 15th February, St Augustine’s Sports Centre in North Maida Vale is hosting a free basketball camp for young people between 11 and 16 who are on school meals.
While there, participants can expect expert tuition in how to improve their basketball skills alongside a free healthy meal and nutritional advice.
For non-Free School Meals Children and Young People, expect to pay £31.57 for a regular day ticket and £92.79 for a regular week ticket. Concession tickets are priced at £17.33 (day) and £50.30 (week).
Contact [email protected] or call 02037780075 for more information.