Family Support

Tutorial Classes & Creative Activities

For children with Special Educational Needs
Every Monday in Bromley from 5pm-7pm (£2.50 per session)

We run tutorial classes and creative social activities for children with Special Educational Needs, and run a support group for families who have children with autism, ADHD, speech and language,  social, emotional difficulties. as well as other special needs. The project supports children by offering tutoring in English, Maths, Reading, Writing and creative activities to build confidence in social and communication trough creative learning and play.


Family Support Forums

The Family support group offers opportunities to local parents, siblings and carers of children with special needs to have a short break to socialize and network, lean new tips from other professionals, sharing information to transform how we care for ourselves, each other, and those children we care for.We believe with this project, parent will be free to network with each others, share the same common issues to make difference knowing that the children are learning something positive in their group

Family Support Group forum (for parents, carers and siblings ) runs once a month in Bromley on 1st Monday of each month from 5-7pm. ( Free Parents led support group).  The Support Group offer opportunities to parents and carers to come together, share experiences, learn new tips and valuable information from guest speakers and at the same time network and meet other families.

Venue: LWFCI-UK, Bromley URC, 20 Widmore Road, Bromley, BR1 1RY.


SEN after school club 

Destiny Children SEN Club is a FREE Drop in sessions for children with additional needs aged 8-14 years. The Club is based in Orpington aiming to give carers and parents a short break. We offer after school activities such as  Arts & crafts, Lego, puzzles, table football, beads making, music, soft play, creative social activities, educational games and life skills.

We support children with Autism, ADHD, William Syndrome, and other learning disabilities to develop in their social communication and life skills and engage them in creative social activities to develop their understanding , communication and social life skills. We also support their parents and carers through weekly support forums where they share ideas, learn new valuable information from guest speakers and also provide them with the opportunity to have family day outings together, which for many is very rare.

Running every Wednesday from 5-7pm at Mountfield Community Centre
17 Sandway Road, Orpington, BR5 3TU.