Short Breaks Disability Programme – Lambeth
Sport for everyone
By participating in the Short Breaks Disability Programme, families can enjoy much-needed respite from the challenges of caring for a child with a disability. The programme provides a safe and supportive environment where children and young people can engage in fun and stimulating activities, make new friends, and develop life skills. With a focus on inclusivity and accessibility, the Short Breaks Disability Programme is an important initiative that helps to improve the quality of life for families and young people with disabilities.
– Sport for everyone –
Free Multi-Sport Sessions for Ages 5-16
Moving Matters is funded through Lambeth council to offer an inclusive programme that makes sport accessible for children aged 5-19 with PMLD, Special Educational Needs & Disabilities, and Autism.
These sessions let them take part in a range of physical activities that are appropriate for them in a school or community setting.
We host sessions every Saturday at Sunnyhill Primary School in Streatham and we also run an activity camp most holidays at The Elmgreen school.
If your child has two diagnosed disabilities they should be eligible for Short Breaks support but you need to be referred through the Lambeth team. Details below
You need to email: email@example.com
They will refer you to the appropriate session.
Once referred we require you to contact our team on the number or email below.
For more information call or email, we’d love to hear from you
– Choose Your session: –
Sunnyhill Primary School
Saturdays in Term-Time
Multi-Sports Session 1
Sat: 9am -11:30am
Multi-Sports Session 2
Sat: 11:30am -2pm