Scouts 

7th Newham Scouts was formed in 2010 and now it is the largest group in Newham. We've all four sections running;

Beavers - age 6-8

CUBS- age 8-10

Scouts- 10-14

Explores- 14-18

Scouts take part in activities as diverse as kayaking, abseiling, expeditions overseas, photography, climbing and zorbing.

 

As a Scout, you can learn survival skills, first aid, computer programming, or even how to fly a plane. There’s something for every young person. It’s a great way to have fun, make friends, get outdoors, express your creativity Scouts helps children and young adults reach their full potential and experience the wider world.

Scouts develop skills including teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation, cultural awareness and commitment. We help young people to get jobs, save lives and even change the world.

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Outdoor activities for Children with Disabilities and Special Needs. 

Between school struggles, therapies, and the challenges of "play dates," it can be hard to imagine your child with special needs taking part in after-school activities. The reality, though, is that the right after-school programs may be terrific opportunities for your child to show his strengths, build confidence, make friends, and discover new interests.

 

The outdoors is a special playing and learning environment for all children; childcare professionals report that, for those children with individual needs and complex disabilities, contact with the outdoors is almost guaranteed to produce stronger responses than the levels normally exhibited during indoor play.

 

We run a wide range of play and youth clubs outside of school hours and at weekends. They are designed for children and young people with a range of disabilities and enable them to socialise and participate in fun outdoor activities.

For further information on these activities please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org

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 Food Bank 

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 Women's Health & Exercise 

A recent report from SPORT England shows people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds are far less likely to be physically active. Asians were among the least physically active of the major racial/ethnic groups. Most notably, Asians were less likely than whites to have sufficient levels of physical activity and had similarly lower expected numbers of physical activity minutes and days.

We understand the concerns that many women have regarding exercise and health, that is why we provide culturally appropriate and acceptable activities and classes.

 

All our classes and activities are FREE!

We understand that cost is a massive barrier for many Asian communities many of whom live in the most deprived areas of the city. That is why all our classes and activities are free.

 

 

Women’s Cycling  Sessions

We offer a range of women-only sessions. We firmly encourage and support the participation of women in cycling.

 

Weekly skills sessions are held on Mondays and Wednesdays. These sessions are being organised and run by our experienced women cyclists. They have been doing a great effort in running these skills sessions and helping many female cyclists improve their cycling ability and confidence.

 

Different levels of ability are welcome:

If you would like to attend either of these sessions, please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org so we will know in advance how many riders are turning up.

Women’s Walking Club

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Walking is simple, free and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier. Sometimes overlooked as a form of exercise, walking briskly can help you build stamina, burn excess calories and make your heart healthier.

 

At NCP we run a twice-weekly walking session for women of all ages. In the last 6 years over 2500 women have benefited. Sessions take place on Thursdays and Sundays.

 

If you would like to attend either of these sessions, please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org so we will know in advance how many walkers will be turning up.

 

Walking - Make it a habit- some tips

The easiest way to walk more is to make walking a habit. Think of ways to include walking in your daily routine.

Examples include: 

  • walking part of your journey to work

  • walking to the shops

  • using the stairs instead of the lift

  • leaving the car behind for short journeys

  • walking the kids to school

  • doing a regular walk with a friend

going for a stroll with family or friends after dinner.

Exercise Classes for all.

We are starting a range of new exercise classes for women, they’re suitable for all. These are outdoor classes and are free for all, regardless of your fitness levels so why not give it a try? These classes will be taking place in Wanstead flats and parks around Newham, depending on the need.

If you are interested in taking part.

 

Please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org 

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 Youth Club 

NCP Youth Club reaches young people in their early stages of adolescence and has the opportunity to significantly influence the skills and attitudes of each individual, which they will take into their adulthood to help them live a productive and satisfying life.

 

NCP Youth club is dedicated to developing critical life skills such as decison making, leadership, sportsmanship, responsibility, interpersonal and social skills.

 

We offers a range of activities from Football, Table Tennis, Swimming, Biking, Art, Day Trips, Trips Away, Cooking and  Food.

 

 

NCP Youth Club has an incredible commitment to, among other things, giving young people who seldom get out of London the opportunity to visit the countryside and undertake activities they might never normally enjoy

Please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org 

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Digital HUB

Our New Hub is soon to open.

If you want to get help or learn how to:

  • Contact the Council

  • Surf the internet

  • Do a benefit application

  • Do your homework

  • Apply for a job

  • Set up your own email account

  • Create a basic document in ‘word’

 

please come along…

There will be help from local residents who will introduce you to basic computer skills. Look out for information and news on basic short courses to develop or brush up on your computer skills.

Please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org 

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 After School Club 

Newham Community Project after school club is an Ofsted registered out of school childcare provision catering for children aged 6-14, During term-time.

 

Afterschool Club collects children from various local primary schools. Children are cared for by experienced and qualified Playworkers, dedicated to providing the highest quality childcare that is welcoming, friendly, affordable and lots of fun. 

The after School runs from 3pm to 6.30pm and costs £10 per session. If you are interested in taking part.

 

Please email support @newhamcommunityproject.org 

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