Families and Children St Luke's offers many services and activities to local children and their families, giving kids the chance to develop skills they might not otherwise have access to. Our FREE after-school kids' clubs run throughout term-times: Mondays: Table Tennis: A fun and friendly class for kids aged 8-12 years, 4-5.30pm. Family Arts and Crafts Club: For families with children of all ages, 4-5.30pm. (Parents/Carers need to stay with children). Tuesdays: Creative Dance: Dance from modern to street for kids aged 8-12 years, 4-5pm. Wednesdays: Growing Gardeners: Gardening, food growing, nature crafting and meeting the chickens for kids aged 8-12 years, 4-5.30pm. Junior Chefs: Learning new skills in our fully equipped cookery school with a professional chef for ages 11-15 years, 4.30-6pm. If you are a member of St Luke's and your child would like to come along to any of our classes, please drop in at the Centre or call reception on 020 7549 8181 to register your free place. All classes are free of charge and are allocated on a one-term basis. Parents /carers need to complete an After-school /Holiday club membership form before children are registered for the class. You can find information here about becoming a member. Throughout the year we also offer: · School holiday activities · Cookery and gardening camps · Free online centre access Online centre access Young people aged 11-16 years can use the online centre from 9-5pm with the permission of their parent/carer who must complete the online centre membership form for young people. Parents/carers and young people should also be aware that St Luke’s is a large community building and public spaces such as the online centre have no adult supervision. St Luke’s is committed to e-safety and all our computers have filters to prevent inappropriate material being viewed. Children under 11 must be accompanied at all times by and adult. Keep an eye on our social media channels to stay up-to-date with what's going on at the centre!