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Kids in the Garden

On this page you will find alternative learning links that meet the aspirations and aptitudes of your child/ren. 


Forest schools

Forest school Association

Sayers Croft Forest School

Randolph AvenueW9 1TD, UK

FSA Recognised Provider since April 2019.  We run a long-term Forest School experience for home educated children which meets on Tuesdays and also an Introduction to Forest School programme for local schools.

Minecraft education edition:

Minecraft Official Site | Minecraft Education

Dance and Drama


Unitas Youth Zone

Unitas is an independent charity and purpose-built youth Centre for Barnet’s young people aged 8 to 19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs. Our fantastic facilities are available at the nominal cost of £5 a year and 50p per visit.


We support North London’s young people with three things they deserve and need; somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to.

Kids Activity Camp in Barnet 

Barracudas comes highly recommended by parents and they run camp activities for ages 4-14years old.


The venue has outstanding facilities and features including: 

  • Swimming 

  • Playing field

  • Tennis 

  • Art

  • Archery 

  • Motorsports 

Kids Activity Camp In Barnet | Holiday Camp In Barnet | Barracudas

Strength and Learning Through Horses 

Strength and Learning Through Horses is a mental health &
education charity operating from a specialist stables in
North London.

Exclusively serving vulnerable or disadvantaged young people
and adults. All our work focuses on empowering people to
make positive change in their lives

For more information please click on the link below: 

Strength & Learning Through Horses (

The Black Child Agenda 

The Black Child Agenda CIC is an international multi-award winning organisation, supporting children and families. 


For more information please see full website by clicking on the link below: 

Home - The Black Child Agenda

(contributed by an EHE parent)

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Girl Practicing Piano
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