After school club………...

A fun opportunity for children and young people with a disability and/or developmental difficulty to get together and take part in a variety of new activities.

The club offers activities in a stimulating environment which encourages learning and development in a fun and exciting way.



Day: Mondays & Tuesdays

Time: 4pm-5.30pm (Monday) & 4pm-6pm (Tuesday)

Ages: Ages 5-11 (Monday) & Ages 12-15 (Tuesday)

Cost: £5 per session



Independent living skills…………

Supports young people with a disability or developmental difficulty with their transition into adulthood. The club provides an opportunity to learn and develop new skills such as communication, cooking, cleaning, managing finances, confidence, working as a team etc.



Day: Wednesdays

Time: 5.30pm-7.30pm

Ages: 14-17

Cost: £5 per session



youth club…………

Youth club provides young people with the opportunity to have fun and socialise with others in a safe environment.

Everyone will have an opportunity to have their say and influence the activities, workshop and projects they take part in.



Day: Mondays & Thursdays

Time: 5.30pm-7.30pm

Ages: 12-17

Cost: £2.50 per session



fun & furious…………

A group for young people who attend Serennu Centre to chat about different topics and give any thoughts or comment about things they would like to see happen at Serennu or possibly change.

A great opportunity to have fun and meet others, whilst being able to share your thoughts and ideas about clubs you may take part in!

For more information about taking part, please contact:

Sara Filer on 01633 748093 or

Jayne Jones on 01633 748013 or



Day: First Wednesday of the month

Time: 6.45pm-7.30pm

Ages: 12-17

Cost: FREE


For more information about any After School Clubs please do not hesitate to contact or telephone 01633 748 093 / 07818 064 636



What they say about our youth clubs...

"Niall’s Transition Officer introduced him to the Youth Club run by Sparkle at Serennu Centre. He is keen to go every week, although at first he was very regimented with his time, insisting that I pick him up at 7.20pm. Now he is happy for me to arrive as Youth Club is ending at 7.30pm.

Its great for him to go and have different people around him other than just other autistic children at School and interact with his peers outside of the classroom setting. It’s important he is exposed to different environments and situations with lots of new people with a range of disabilities, as well as staff and volunteers. Just for him to be there in that type of situation is good and necessary for his social development and confidence.

Niall’s speech has improved – especially his vocabulary. He tries to talk more. His confidence has increased and he is definitely more sociable,. Now when he goes to Youth Club he takes some money from his wallet for snacks. This has helped to improve his concept of money and money management.

Youth Club has been so great for Niall…and also for me. It gives us both the opportunity for time away from each other, which is so important for the future”

Elaine, Niall’s Mum