Autumn Term Listings 2020


We have created a list of classes that are for babies, toddlers, and older children. With the current climate, we have both online and in person classes listed. We have everything from sports to art and craft, coding to dance, and everything in between! Please check the website for exact dates.

Baby Sensory

Age: For babies from birth to 13 months

Locations: Balham Scout Centre and Clapham Methodist Church

Description: Why not come and try our wonderful baby development programme with carefully researched, magical activities designed to stimulate all of the senses as well as have lots of fun enjoying precious time with your baby.



Age: 0 to 4 years old

Description: Hartbeeps offers musical, magical and multi-sensory sessions for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers! To join the exciting adventures, find your nearest class on the website.


Little Speaking Tree – Read Clapham Mums Article 

Age: 1.5 to 4.5 years old

Location: Pro physiotherapy studios, 11 Smiths Yard, Earlsfield SW17

Description: Come along and join our unique classes to help supportyour pre-schooler’s speaking, listening and communication skills. Visit the website to book your trial.


*Little Speaking Tree is offering Clapham Mums 10% off when booking a full autumn course. To take advantage of this offer,  complete the form on the following link www.littlespeakingtree/contact-form  and mention ‘Clapham mums discount’*

Nanos Spanish

Age: toddlers to preschool children

Locations: Tuesday and Wednesday online, Friday in Wimbledon

Description: At Nanos Spanish we aim to introduce an additional language through games, action songs and educational activities. Parents and children can start together the magical journey of learning a new language.


Open Air Fit

Age: 2 to 14 years

Location: Wandsworth Common in the Dog Free Zone (the fenced off area next to the Skylark Cafe by Dorlcote Road).

Description: After school football for children in Reception through to Year Five led by popular former professional player Mel Capleton. The session will involve learning new skills, practising drills and finishing with a game.

Saturday football for kids 3-12 years, split by age groups. technique of each child, aimed at working on mobility, fitness, technical ability, strategy and social skills.  Every week, children play small-sided games so they all have the opportunity to get plenty of touches of the ball as well as helping them to become more comfortable and improve their skills – vital to a child’s development and growing confidence.


Picassos in the Park  – Read Clapham Mums article

Age: For children 5 – 10 years

Location: Online Zoom sessions

Description: An interactive hour long class where your child will learn about new artists and techniques whilst having fun and building their creative confidence. Each week children will be introduced to a different artist and use the artist’s inspiration to create their own masterpiece.



Age: For children between 2 to 8 years

Locations: outdoor and indoor venues, check website

Description: The Playball program follows a holistic approach and offers learning opportunities and experiences relating to the cognitive, physical, social and emotional development of your child. Playball helps children develop fundamental building blocks of sport, agility balance and coordination, as well as the three key elements of physical fitness – endurance, strength and flexibility.


Try Time Kids Rugby – Read Clapham Mums article

Age: For children between 2 to 7 years

Location: Battersea Park (near the Albert car park just outside the café), Clapham Common (next to bandstand and cafe) and Wandsworth Common (near the playground and café)

Description: Try Time Kids’ Rugby is an outdoor kids club every Saturday morning for 2-7 year old girls and boys.  They are passionate about getting children running around outside whatever the weather, being active, having loads of fun and learning valuable, lifelong skills.


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