Getting active

We’re passionate about providing opportunities to get active, with plenty of options for children and young people to choose from. 

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 ADAPTIVE SNOWSPORTS

 

Our Adaptive Snowsports programme aims to give disabled people thrills and excitement which improves the mental and physical wellbeing of those taking part.  

We provide lessons on both dry slope and indoor snow. Lessons are delivered by fully qualified adapted skiing and snowboarding instructors from Disability Snowsports UK, supported by our dedicated team of youth workers. 

 

Dry Slope Lessons are delivered at Sandown Ski Slope in Esher. Here we are able to provide stand-up ski and sit ski lessons including slope pass, equipment hire and tuition.  Please contact us for our monthly dry slope schedule.

  

Indoor Snow Lessons are delivered at The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead.  At the indoor snow slope we are able to provide snowboarding, stand up ski and sit ski lessons.  Please contact us for our monthly indoor snow lesson schedule. Lessons include your slope pass, equipment hire and tuition.

 

These year-round accessible snowsport activities are empowering and fully inclusive. They boost wellbeing and enrich the quality of life of children and adults with life-changing conditions.

  • Suggested donation: £25

 

 

PARKOUR

 

Parkour is a movement activity that promotes health and fitness while also teaching our children and young people to master their bodies and minds. It develops self-efficacy, confidence, problem-solving skills and introduces a holistic, variable movement activity into their lives. 

 

Our open sessions run separately for different age groups and offer young people the opportunity to take part in a sporting activity which they would not normally do. Sessions include running, jumping, climbing, vaulting, rolling and make use of our specialist parkour equipment.

 

TAG Parkour open sessions take place on Wednesdays at Ham Youth Centre. There is a £5* suggested donation per session.  

 

Sessions are supervised by a level 1 Parkour Coach and open to all ages

 

  • 7.30-8.30pm

  • 8.30-9.30pm

 

PARKOUR ACADEMY

TAG Parkour Academy is an inclusive session that happens on the first Sunday of each month at Ham Youth Centre. There is a £10* suggested donation per session.  Booking is essential.  These sessions are ideal for those who want to learn how to free run.  Sessions are led by a level 2 Parkour Coach. 

 

  • All ages, 3-4.30pm

 

 

Archery

 

Watching the satisfying swoosh of your arrow speeding through the air and landing in the target – there’s nothing else like it!  All kit is provided and sessions are led by our qualified instructors.  Our fun and engaging sessions are fully inclusive and tailor activities to individual needs.  So whether you’re trying it for the first time, or want to take your archery skills to the next level – we’ve got you covered.

Our Archery Sessions are held inside, so you can get shooting rain or shine.  With state-of-the art bows, multiple booths and expert training, archery sessions don’t get much better than this.

 

Sessions are held in Richmond and in Kingston. The suggested donation is £5 per session.

Climbing

 

Climbing is not only a fun and challenging sport, but provides tremendous health benefits by improving strength and flexibility.  Our Climbing sessions are delivered at White Spider Climbing Centre.  The White Spider walls are great for children and young people of all abilities that want a challenge. The walls offer different angles, routes and problems that will ensure each member of the group is challenged.

 

All kit is provided and sessions are led by qualified instructors and supported by youth workers.  

 

  • All ages, 7.45-8.45pm

 

The suggested donation is £10 per session.  

 

Fitness Sessions

Stay healthy and work out! Our Fitness Sessions provide a safe, friendly and active environment for young people to become more physically active. The sessions provide time for young people to take part in classes. They can also explore and do their own thing while under the supervision of fully qualified trainers.  

 

Our sessions provide a comfortable environment that combines many types of training within a sociable setting where youngsters can spend time, improve their physical and mental wellbeing while also catching up with friends. Join in, whether you’re looking to boost your health, maintain a healthy weight, become physically stronger or simply find a space to enjoy a workout and feel good about yourself. 

 

The suggested donation is £10 per session. 

SKATEBOARDING

Skateboarding is an action sport that involves riding and performing tricks using a skateboard.  Our sessions are held on the last Sunday of each month at Ham Youth Centre. 

 

All kit is provided and sessions are led by qualified instructors and supported by youth workers.  

 

  • 8-25 year-olds, 3.30-4.30pm

 

The suggested donation is £10 per session.  Booking is essential.

KARATE

Karate is a system for training that can be used in physical combat, however Karate does not only involve techniques for fighting – it also involves mastering the arts of mental discipline and physical exercise.

 

Our Classes allow for all abilities, so students are able to learn, improve and explore their capabilities. Our instructors have loads of knowledge and experience and are passionate and enthusiastic about the sport

 

All kit is provided and sessions are led by qualified instructors and supported by youth workers. Sessions are held every Monday at Ham Youth Centre.

 

  • 15-30 year-olds, 7-8pm

The suggested donation is £10 per session.  Booking is essential.

FENCING

Fencing is a varied and exciting combat sport.  It’s a great way to give your mind and body a workout (and best of all you get to hit people with swords!).  Sessions are held at Hampton Youth Project.

All kit is provided and sessions are led by qualified instructors and supported by youth workers.  

 

  • All ages, 7.30-8.30pm

 

The suggested donation is £5 per session.

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TAG Ninja Warriors sessions are inclusive sessions that happen on Sundays at Ham Youth Centre, on the first Sunday of each month. There is a £10* suggested donation per session.  Booking is essential.  This session is ideal for those who feel energetic! 

 

Expect to learn a wide and full range of parkour techniques, whilst at the same time taking inspiration from the hit TV show Ninja Warrior UK, where the aim is often to get from one end to the other, without touching the floor.

 

Learn from our Coach: 2 x Ninja Warrior UK finalist (series 3 and 5).

 

  • All ages, 4.30-6pm

SCOOTERING

Scootering is an extreme sport that involves using scooters to perform tricks. Our Scootering sessions are mainly held indoors and in skateparks.  We have our own indoor environment with obstacles such as half pipes, ramps and rails.  Our sessions are held on the last Sunday of each month at Ham Youth Centre. 

 

All kit is provided and sessions are led by a coach and supported by youth workers.  

 

  • 8-25 year-olds, 4.30-5.30pm

 

 

The suggested donation is £10 per session.  Booking is essential.

Membership & Waiver

In order to take part in any of our clubs, sports or arts programmes a parent or guardian must register your child or young person as a member and complete a membership form. One of our friendly Youth Workers will help guide you through the completion of the form and ask for any additional information that could help us support your child’s needs.

Some of the sports activities are extreme sports and there is risk of injury whilst taking part. TAG Youth Club has appropriate insurance for all the activity it provides, and each has its own risk assessment available on request. We also employ suitably qualified leaders for each activity. In order for us to be compliant each sport or activity will detail what clothing is required, and you must ensure that the appropriate clothing for the activity including trainers are worn. We reserve the right to refuse access to the activity if this is not adhered to. You will be asked to complete a waiver form before taking part.