Side Menu ☰
- For children
- What happens at the centre
- The programme
- Other groups and activities
- What children say
- Some rules
- Frequently Asked Questions
- For parents
- Working together with families
- Family Therapy meetings
- Weekly programme
- What to bring
- Assessments and therapies available at Collingham
- Parents experiences and feedback
- For professionals
- Referral criteria & how to refer
- Exclusion criteria
- Care pathway
- Assessment and treatment
- Education at Collingham
- Staff roles
- Meet the team
Other groups and activities
Here are some other groups and activities that happen at Collingham Child and Family Centre:
All children go swimming once a week to a local pool where we have a lesson.
Children can cook their own meals some evenings.
Up to 6 children get to go horseriding each week. We go to a horseriding stables where the children have a lesson on a Tuesday morning.
This is a time for children to have their say about things that are happening in the centre. You can make suggestions about how things could be done differently.
On a Friday we have a special time meeting where we think about goals and present a child with a medal who worked especially hard throughout the week on their goals.
We have a musician who comes to the centre once a week and helps children to play musical instruments or to sing.
There is a pottery room where children can make things out of clay. We have a kiln so the pottery can be fired and glazed and taken home.
During school holidays staff run an activity based programme where we do lots of fun activities. In the summer we take the children and young people away on a holiday to an adventure centre. All the children love this holiday as they get to do lots of exciting things.
We have lots of great toys and activities in the unit. They include a pool table, a giant screen TV, play stations, a Wii, iPads, lots of games, DVDs etc.