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Trampolining

SIGNAL provides two trampolining classes at the Bridge Leisure Centre in Sydenham on Tuesday evenings during term time. We have two trampolines per session with four children and one ASD-trained instructor per trampoline.

Benefits of trampolining with SIGNAL include the development of gross motor skills, learning to take turns and follow instructions. It is great exercise and an opportunity for the children to play together and the parents to chat too.

The cost is just £4 per child per week, payable termly in advance. Minimum age 4 years old.

Please contact our Trampolining Co-ordinator, Trish Connolly, for more information. activities@signalfamilysupport.org

Upcoming Events

Apr
2
Thu
4:30 pm Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Apr 2 @ 4:30 pm – 5:55 pm
Fun Fizzical weekly activity sessions A weekly exercise group for children with special needs Where The Bridge Leisure Centre, Lower Sydenham When Thursdays 4:40 – 5:55pm Who Special needs children and their siblings aged 3 – 16 years
6:30 pm SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
Apr 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SIGNAL Teen Group Who: teenagers on the spectrum who would like to socialise in a supported but unpressured way. Parents are encouraged to drop-off, although we understand if you need to stay initially. When: Thursday
Apr
6
Mon
all-day Picturehouse – Parents / Carers’... @ Picturehouse
Picturehouse – Parents / Carers’... @ Picturehouse
Apr 6 all-day
Monthly film screenings especially for parents / carers of people on the autism spectrum or with other learning difficulties or complex needs. These screenings take place on the 1st Monday of the month at the East
Apr
7
Tue
8:00 pm SIGNAL Committee Meeting @ Forest Hill
SIGNAL Committee Meeting @ Forest Hill
Apr 7 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
All members are welcome at Committee Meetings If you are interested in joining the committee, raising issues about SIGNAL and what we do or about autism in general, or are simply curious about how the
Apr
9
Thu
4:30 pm Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Apr 9 @ 4:30 pm – 5:55 pm
Fun Fizzical weekly activity sessions A weekly exercise group for children with special needs Where The Bridge Leisure Centre, Lower Sydenham When Thursdays 4:40 – 5:55pm Who Special needs children and their siblings aged 3 – 16 years
6:30 pm SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
Apr 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SIGNAL Teen Group Who: teenagers on the spectrum who would like to socialise in a supported but unpressured way. Parents are encouraged to drop-off, although we understand if you need to stay initially. When: Thursday
Apr
11
Sat
4:00 pm The Engine Shed – Streatham @ Streatham
The Engine Shed – Streatham @ Streatham
Apr 11 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Engine Shed - Streatham @ Streatham
The Engine Shed The “Engine Shed” in Streatham runs monthly open days for teenagers and adults on the autism spectrum. They have loads of Hornby, Tomy and Brio trains to build and run. They are
Apr
16
Thu
4:30 pm Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Fun Fizzical @ The Bridge Leisure Centre
Apr 16 @ 4:30 pm – 5:55 pm
Fun Fizzical weekly activity sessions A weekly exercise group for children with special needs Where The Bridge Leisure Centre, Lower Sydenham When Thursdays 4:40 – 5:55pm Who Special needs children and their siblings aged 3 – 16 years
6:30 pm SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
SIGNAL Teen group @ Telegraph Hill
Apr 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SIGNAL Teen Group Who: teenagers on the spectrum who would like to socialise in a supported but unpressured way. Parents are encouraged to drop-off, although we understand if you need to stay initially. When: Thursday
Apr
19
Sun
all-day Picturehouse – Autism Friendly S... @ Picturehouse
Picturehouse – Autism Friendly S... @ Picturehouse
Apr 19 all-day
Autism Friendly Screenings are film screenings especially for people on the autism spectrum, people with other learning difficulties or complex needs, as well as their families, friends and carers. Click here for more information about the