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  1. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am - 6pm
    Weekly after school art classes and holiday workshops for children 6-16. We inspire children aged 6-16 to develop artistically by immersing them in our art-K programme, which integrates core visual skills. Each child follows their own individual programme, which is curated based on their age.…
  2. Artbox London runs art workshops, gallery trips and exhibition opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autism. Artists can earn a small income from their art sales and can also develop work related skills through selling art at exhibitions.
  3. Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 2.15pm (KS3), 9.25am to 3.10pm (KS4)
    Arts and Media School Islington is a mixed Trust school.  Trust schools are types of Foundation schools that form charitable trusts with an outside partner such as a business or educational charity, but are maintained by the Local Authority. All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted…
  4. Tuesday 26 July- Friday 5 August from 10:30 - 4pm (exluding weekends and Mondays)
    13 to 19 years. Make friends, develop your art practice and have fun at Cubitt’s Institute of Anything.  Spend eight days developing work and learning skills alongside artist Dunya Kalantery and Cubitt’s Education team. Together, you’ll explore how sound can be art through experimenting with sound and music, developing audio…
  5. Arts First run two Music Centres funded by Arts First with a grant from Arts Council England, at Canonbury Primary and St Joseph's Primary Schools.   Canonbury Music Centre offers keyboards, violin and guitar instrumental tuition on Tuesday after school. Anyone attending an Islington school can apply using the application…
  6. Empower Black, minority ethnic and refugee(BAMER) women, particularly South Asian, Turkish or Iranian women who are experiencing domestic Violence, sexual violence & harmful practices with culturally sensitive advice, support and safe housing-enabling them to make positive & appropriate choices for themselves. Provide counseling to women…
  7. School 9.00am-3.30pm; Breakfast club 8am; After school club closes at 6pm
    Ashmount Primary School is a mixed community school, which means that it is financed by public money and managed by the Local Authority, which also sets the admission requirements. All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted (the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and…
  8. Childminder
    Monday to Friday 8am-6pm. Flexible
    Mariella Apicella. Childminder Agency Registered. Tiney CMA. I was previously in a room leader role at a private nursery caring for ages 2-5 years. I have 18 years' experience working with babies upwards. Daily outdoor activities include garden, parks, library, farm and markets. Experience in…
  9. Autism Hub Drop-in is every Monday between 11:00 and 13:00.
    The Autism Hub Islington and Camden is a user-led initiative by and for adults with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger’s. They aim to improve the quality of life for adults with autism by connecting people to resources, services and organisations from a central point, “The Hub”.…
  10. Childminder
    Monday to Thurscay 8am-6pm. Flexible. Can start from 7am.
    Rose's Childcare Services. Level 3 qualified. 11 years experience. Enthusiastic, patient, reliable and a wealth of experience in childcare, with raising my own child, nieces, nephews and granddaughter. I cater to every child's individual needs and am flexible in working hours. Can start before 8am.…
  11. Saturday Term Time only 11:30- 13:30
    Free Saturday Family Fun Play Sessions (Term time only)   Free, family fun play sessions for all ages! Our Saturday family play sessions  aim to support parents and carers to play with their children as a family. All children are welcome, but we recommend under 6's are closely supervised…