Our Grow-Make-Eat children’s club inspire and excite young minds through hands on cooking activities using organic whole ingredients.
Each session the group will be guided to work together to make small dishes and bites that give them ownership and confidence to try at home. Of course they will get to share their creations with their new friends and parents.
All clubs are drop off and include organic dishes that the children prepare and share with friends and family.
Over the past 12 years, we here at Wallace Chess have prided ourselves in providing chess activities that enrich the lives of children. Our services range from weekly chess clubs to our fantastic chess holiday camps. Created by Astrid S. Wallace and John-Paul Wallace as they wanted to use chess as a vehicle to develop confidence, cognitive skills and sportsmanship in children. Thus in addition to an emphasis on learning and competing, all our chess services focus on an experience of being part of a team and having fun. As such our services not only suit those already well learned in the game of chess, but also provide the perfect introduction for a beginner.
We are London’s Premier French club for children
Our unique devised immersion programmes will give your child a fantastic headstart, and launch them on a wonderful journey to bilingualism.
Highly recommended by BBC, Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, and Time Out.
Creative Architectural workshops for primary school aged children, including a personal female chauffeur with OneLane to get the participant(s) to & from the workshop.
Maybe you are a designer in a making...
Archimake teaches the basics of design in fun way, exploring various techniques, materials and structures.
So if you ever wondered how to build the Eiffel Tower? How bridges work? How to build the tallest building? What makes structures stable?
Join us at Archimake to be inspired!
We are passionate about making things and would like to share our creative skills and architectural knowledge.
We have developed a series of bespoke curriculum supporting workshops, exploring Architecture and STEM subjects designed for primary school children.