Sports Clubs

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The Bacons Schools Sports Partnership runs a Saturday Morning Sports Club at

Spa School Monnow Road SE1 5RN

Open to both primary and secondary SEN students from mainstream or special schools. Parent carers can choose to drop off your child, stay and watch or take part or stay and train in the gym.

The two sports are trampolining and gymnastics/ball sports and sessions are:

  • 10:30am-12:00pm
  • 12:00pm-1.30pm
  • 2:00pm-3:00pm

There is a charge of £25 per child for the year and siblings are welcome.

If you would like your child to join, please contact:Glyn Davies at:

Bacons College Timber Pond Road Rotherhithe, SE16 6AT. Tel: 020 7237 1928. Mobile: 07734225329 Email: G.Davies@baconscollege.co.uk

Wheelchair Basketball is open to disabled and non-disabled young people aged 14-25 years and open to all abilities – FREE.

  • Tuesday from 6.30 to 8.30pm
  • Multi-Sports 14+: Fri 3.30-5.30pm

Salmon Youth Centre 43 Jamaica Road SE16 4TE

For more information on Salmon Youth Centre DSC contact Jamie Anglesea on 020 7232 5304 or visit the Salmon Youth Centre website.

Join this new Disability Sports Club at Camberwell Leisure Centre. This multi-sports club is for young people with disabilities aged 11-25.

Every Saturday 3:00pm-5:00pm at Camberwell Leisure Centre, Artichoke Place, Camberwell. 

This club gives young disabled people the opportunity to experience Paralympic and multi-sports sessions and take part in community festivals.

Contact: Alan Whetherly on: Tel: 020 7021 0973 Email:  alan@disabilitysportscoach.co.uk Download the flyer

Tuesday 11:00am-12:00pm Wednesday 1:00pm-2:00pm

The Bede Centre Abbeyfield Road London SE16 2BS. Tel: 020 7525 5736

For more information on Millwall Community Scheme DSC contact Richard White: tel: 020 7740 0503 or visit the community scheme website

A unique partnership of Fusion Lifestyle, Southwark Council, Dulwich Dolphins and Southwark Aquatic swimming clubs has created a London Youth Games swimming programme, open to young disabled swimmers aged 5-13 who live or go to school in Southwark.

The sessions are free of charge and are as follows: One-to-one sessions: Fridays 7:00pm-8.30pm in the hydro-therapy pool at Peckham Pulse Healthy Living Centre Swim squad for more able swimmers: Sundays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Dulwich Leisure Centre

Please contact: Dulwich Dolphins swimming club on: Email: swimdulwich@gmail.com

or Amala Onuora  on: Tel: 0207 5257304 Email: amala.onuora@southwark.gov.uk.

For more information please visit: www.southwark.gov.uk/londonyouthgames

Swimming Age 8+: Monday, 6:30pm-8:00pm at Seven Islands Leisure Centre Tel: 020 7237 3296 Family Disability Swim: Dulwich Leisure Centre.

Disability and hydrotherapy swimming sessions are run at Peckham Pulse Healthy Living Centre. The hydrotherapy pool floor is moveable for the ideal swimming depth. Check times for sessions for over 16s and adults

More information: www.fusion-lifestyle.com

Sport England funding has been awarded to Cambridge House and the London PE and School Sports Network to deliver ‘SENsational Sports’, a programme of Swimming and Trampolining sessions tailored for young people with learning disabilities aged 14-25.

Trampolining is on Tuesdays 3:45-5:00pm at:

Bacon’s College Timber Pond Road, SE16

£2 per session (22 Apr-1 July)

Swimming is on Fridays at 3:45-5:00pm at:

Peckham Pulse Hydrotherapy Pool 10 Melon Road SE15 5QN (25 Apr-4 July)

If you are interested or have any queries please contact:

Beatriz Dominguez at Cambridge House on: Tel: 020 7358 7014 Email: bdominguez@ch1889.org

Tideway Sailability Weds, Thurs & Sun. Tideway Sailability is a unique volunteer-run, sailing club in central London where people with disabilities participate on equal terms to those without a disability.

Tideway Sailability Surrey Docks Water Sports Centre Tel:  020 7237 9001 Website: www.tidewaysailability.org.uk

TennisAbility holds sessions at Dulwich Lawn Tennis club for visually impaired, hearing impaired, those with learning difficulties and wheelchair users. TennisAbility offers the opportunity for disabled children and adults to have fun and play tennis whatever their ability.

Find out more: email: info@kpmtennisacademy.co.uk Website: www.kmptennisacademy.co.uk

Wheels for Wellbeing in Lambeth run weekly cycling sessions for disabled young people at:

The Herne Hill Velodrome104 Burbage Road, SE24 9HE

Mondays 11:00-1.30pm £3 per participant, £1 per parent/carer.

There are also sessions in Croydon and Lewisham.

Find out more: Tel: 020 7346 848 Website: wheelsforwellbeing.org.uk

A new all-ability session at Corelli College on Saturdays at 1.30pm run by cycling club Limited Edition.

The session is aimed at riders with every type of disability, and their families and carers. Cycles will be provided and the fleet currently comprises adult tricycles, child tricycles (2 with full thoracic support) and hand cycles.

Cost is only £1 per rider with one carer admitted free.

Everyone is invited to come and have a try of the trikes.

For more information call 07904 628814.

Thursday, 5.30-6.30pm at Harris Academy Peckham.

Tel: Andrew: 07939 232090 or Maria: 07751204034 Email: info@southwarkgymnastics.co.uk, Website: www.southwarkgymnastics.co.uk

RLSB’s programme is for blind and partially sighted children and young people aged 8-30, with sessions around London and South East. A great way to build confidence, meet new firends and lead an active lifestyle.

For more info, contact the Connections team on:

Tel: 01732 592650 Email: connections@rlsb.org.uk Website: www.rlsb.org.uk/sport

For session times, please contact Si Ledwith on:

Email: siledwith@cricketforchange.org.uk

A new female-only disability cricket club has started at Downside Fischer Youth Club

Coxson place Druid Street SE1 2EZ

Wednesdays from 4:00-5:30pm for ages 11-18 years.

For more information please contact the coach Beth Evans on:

Tel: 07980454236 Email: bethevans@cricketforchange.org.uk

Westminster House Youth Club is based at:

29 Nunhead Grove, SE15 3LZ

Club runs disability awareness sessions and wheelchair sports sessions on:

Wednesday evenings from 6.30–7.30pm.

If your child is aged 10-18 and would like to participate in the Wednesday wheelchair sport sessions, please call  Katie Worthington on: Tel: 0207 639 5879 or 07961 165014.

Information about sports disability clubs in the Get Active section of the Southwark Council website – go to: Disability Sports.

For more info, contact Amala Onuora on:

Tel: 0207 525 7304 Email: amala.onuora@southwark.gov.uk

This listing is not meant to be comprehensive and although we update it regularly, some of the information may not be correct. Please email us to advise of any changes or of any new Clubs or Activities you’d like to include in this section: info@southwarkpcc.org.uk

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