Nov 13, 2018 11:00 AM

This 6 week block booking (from 10/11/18 - 15/12/18) gives you access to our weekly outdoor parkour class. In this class, we travel to a new outdoor location in and around East London while learning the basic moves of Parkour.  Class details Experience and Ability: Beginers  Spaces: Only 10 spaces available Location: Mile End Station (meeting point) Time: Class starts at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Meeting at 1:50 pm at the station) Drop in: £15.00 Block booking: £60.00 (30% discount)

Apr 04, 2019 10:00 AM

Considering moving towards a career that combines your love of the outdoors with your ability to plan and organise? Gaining valuable specialist outdoor event management skills will upgrade your event experience and enhance your career opportunities in the industry.  Outdoor events come with a range of challenges but also open up a world of creative event locations that result in memorable and unique experiences for attendees. MASTERCLASS CERTIFICATE IN OUTDDOOR EVENT MANAGEMENT COURSE, LONDON, COURSE DETAILS Course Name: MasterClass Certificate in Outdoor Event ManagementCourse Start Date: Thursday 4 April 2019Course Duration: 2 days (Thursday & Friday)Course Hours: 10am - 4pmCourse Venue: Venues at ExCeL London, E16 1XL Certificate:  MasterClass Certificate in Outdoor Event ManagementAwarded By: The Event School London COURSE HIGHLIGHTS *Expert tuition from Outdoor Event Management professionals*Build your events industry network *Small groups with strictly limited numbers offer a unique experience*Training Centre ideally placed within one of Europe's premier venues - ExCeL London, host to major international  events such as World Travel Market. LEARN MOREwb: https://www.eventschool.london/product-page/masterclass-certificate-in-outdoor-event-management-course em: [email protected]: 0203 239 0950 save: Subscribe to our updates and receive a 10% Fee Saver Promo Code

Feb 05, 2019 7:00 PM

Want to keep fit, make new friends and travel the world in your spare time? Get a taste of life as a reservist at our free Royal Naval Reserve Experience on 5  Febuary 2019. Spaces are limited, so make sure you register your interest in plenty of time. As well as learning about the different branches and specialisms of the Naval Reserve, you’ll get the chance to: Handle the latest operational weapons Enjoy an introduction to firefighting, Royal Navy style A chance to hone your skills on the laser-range shoot At the end of the day, you’ll have the opportunity to mingle with both regular and reserve members of the Royal Navy and get the inside story on service life. What you’ll need You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm in order gain access to the event. Under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult. As some activities are outdoors, we’d recommend bringing warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat, comfortable shoes. About the Royal Naval Reserve The Royal Naval Reserve is the volunteer force of the Royal Navy. With a basic commitment of 24 days a year, you’ll take part in training exercises, defence drills and adventure activities, often overseas. You could even be mobilised for an operational tour of duty.You'll develop skills that will benefit your career; experience adventures you couldn't have anywhere else; and serve your country and community. All while maintaining your day job. To find out more about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here.  Want to speak to someone about joining? Call us on 0345 600 3222.

Mar 25, 2019 9:30 AM

Key Learning Outcomes This one-day practical workshop is designed to give you the opportunity to: Experience hands-on practical activities that support the development of early mathematical concepts with specific reference to number, shape and measures Develop an understanding of the Numicon approach and teaching materials specific to the Early Years Foundation Stage Discover how Numicon ensures EYFS curriculum coverage to meet the Early Learning Goals and supports high quality teaching and learning through tried and tested planning, teaching and assessment materials. Understand how Numicon addresses the mathematical learning needs of all children in the EYFS Discover useful ideas and strategies which can be applied back in your Nursery, EYFS unit or Reception classroom  Agenda Mathematics and the EYFS curriculum The development of counting and other Key Mathematical Ideas Problem solving, enquiry and mathematical  thinking in the Early Years The learning environment including outdoor learning Planning, teaching and assessing with Numicon  Who should attend?  EYFS teachers, EYFS Phase Leaders and Maths Subject Leaders Travel and Parking Please check venue website for details on travel and parking. Cancellation Policy Cancellation can be made up to four weeks before the event by contacting us directly at [email protected] Any delegate cancellation after this time is non-refundable. For further information If you require professional development focussed more fully on your individual school needs, please contact our office on 01865 353735 or at [email protected] For other regional Numicon courses or for bespoke INSET packages, please visit www.oxfordprimary.co.uk/numicon-pd. Privacy Policy Our Privacy Policy sets out how Oxford University Press handles your personal information, and your rights to object to your personal information being used for marketing to you or being processed as part of our business activities.

Mar 05, 2019 7:00 PM

Want to keep fit, make new friends and travel the world in your spare time? Get a taste of life as a reservistat our free Royal Naval Reserve Experience on 5 March 2019. Spaces are limited, so make sure you register your interest in plenty of time.  As well as learning about the different branches and specialisms of the Naval Reserve, you’ll get the chance to: Enjoy an introduction to firefighting, Royal Navy style  Handling the latest opertation weapons A chance to hone your skills on the laser-range shoot What you’ll need You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm in order gain access to the event. Under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult. As some activities are outdoors, we’d recommend bringing warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat, comfortable shoes. About the Royal Naval Reserve The Royal Naval Reserve is the volunteer force of the Royal Navy. With a basic commitment of 24 days a year, you’ll take part in training exercises, defence drills and adventure activities, often overseas. You could even be mobilised for an operational tour of duty. You'll develop skills that will benefit your career; experience adventures you couldn't have anywhere else; and serve your country and community. All while maintaining your day job. To find out more about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here. Want to speak to someone about joining? Call us on 0345 600 3222.

Jan 08, 2019 7:00 PM

Want to keep fit, make new friends and travel the world in your spare time? Get a taste of life as a reservist at our free Royal Naval Reserve Experience on 8 January 2019. Spaces are limited, so make sure you register your interest in plenty of time. As well as learning about the different branches and specialisms of the Naval Reserve, you’ll get the chance to: Handle the latest operational weapons Enjoy an introduction to firefighting, Royal Navy style A chance to hone your skills on the laser-range shoot At the end of the day, you’ll have the opportunity to mingle with both regular and reserve members of the Royal Navy and get the inside story on service life. What you’ll need You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm in order gain access to the event. Under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult. As some activities are outdoors, we’d recommend bringing warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat, comfortable shoes. About the Royal Naval Reserve The Royal Naval Reserve is the volunteer force of the Royal Navy. With a basic commitment of 24 days a year, you’ll take part in training exercises, defence drills and adventure activities, often overseas. You could even be mobilised for an operational tour of duty.You'll develop skills that will benefit your career; experience adventures you couldn't have anywhere else; and serve your country and community. All while maintaining your day job. To find out more about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here.  Want to speak to someone about joining? Call us on 0345 600 3222.

Feb 20, 2019 7:00 PM

Want to keep fit, make new friends and travel the world in your spare time? Get a taste of life as a reservist at our free Royal Naval Reserve Experience on 20 February 2019. Please ensure that you register by 9am  19th Feb to secure a place. Once registered you will receive an email within 12hrs and will be required to provide your full name, date of birth & address in order to be registered with the Northwood Security Lodge.  As well as learning about the different branches and specialisms of the Naval Reserve, you’ll get the chance to: Handle the latest operational weapons Hone your skills with some challenging leadership tasks A presentation on the Royal Naval Reserve including a tour of the facilities  Introduction to sea survival  The unit bar will be open for a short period after the event. This will be a great opportunity to mingle with both regular and reserve members of the Royal Navy and get the inside story on service life. What you’ll need You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm in order gain access to the event. Under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult. As some activities are outdoors, we’d recommend bringing warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat, comfortable shoes. Light refreshments will be provided. About the Royal Naval Reserve The Royal Naval Reserve is the volunteer force of the Royal Navy. With a basic commitment of 24 days a year, you’ll take part in training exercises, defence drills and adventure activities, often overseas. You could even be mobilised for an operational tour of duty.You'll develop skills that will benefit your career; experience adventures you couldn't have anywhere else; and serve your country and community. All while maintaining your day job. To find out more about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here.Can't wait to Join? Phone 0345 600 3222.

Mar 20, 2019 7:00 PM

Want to keep fit, make new friends and travel the world in your spare time? Get a taste of life as a reservistat our free Royal Naval Reserve Experience on 20 March 2019. Spaces are limited, so make sure you register your interest in plenty of time.  Please ensure that you register by 9am 18th March to secure a place. Once registered you will receive an email within 12hrs and will be required to provide your full name, date of birth & address in order to be registered with the Northwood Security Lodge.  As well as learning about the different branches and specialisms of the Naval Reserve, you’ll get the chance to: Take part in leadership training exercises  Handling the latest operational weapons  Introduction to sea survival  A presentation on the Royal Naval Reserve including a tour of the facilities  The unit bar will be open for a short period after the event. This will be a great opportunity to mingle with both Regular and Reserve members of the Royal Navy and get the inside story on Service life. What you’ll need You will need to bring along photographic identification and report to the main gate no later than 7pm in order gain access to the event. Under-18s will need to be accompanied by an adult. As some activities are outdoors, we’d recommend bringing warm clothing, a waterproof jacket and flat, comfortable shoes. Lunch and light refreshments will be provided. About the Royal Naval Reserve The Royal Naval Reserve is the volunteer force of the Royal Navy. With a basic commitment of 24 days a year, you’ll take part in training exercises, defence drills and adventure activities, often overseas. You could even be mobilised for an operational tour of duty. You'll develop skills that will benefit your career; experience adventures you couldn't have anywhere else; and serve your country and community. All while maintaining your day job. To find out more about the Royal Naval Reserve, click here. Want to speak to someone about joining? Call us on 0345 600 3222.

Dec 19, 2018 5:00 PM

OUTDOOR CINEMA AT MANDOON ESTATE Nothing beats lying under the stars and watching a movie with friends and family. Enjoy the picturesque gardens at Mandoon Estate, grab a bite to eat and sample our award winning wines and beers. Theres plenty for the kids with a bouncy castle, lawn games and live music before the screening at sunset. Prices (excluding booking fee) EARLY BIRD TIX AVAILABLE Adults: $10.00 Concession/Children: $4.00 Reserved VIP seating with deck chair: $16.00Children in prams or carriers (under 18 months) are FREE PADDINGTON (PG) A young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kindly Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven. FAQs Can I bring food and drinks? Sorry, it’s strictly NO BYO food or drinks. Relax, enjoy the view and let us take care of the catering and drinks. We have plenty of delicious options for you to enjoy. Can I arrive early? Yes you can.  We will live acoustic music from 5pm.  Arrive early and grab a spot on the lawn or deck, grab a bite to eat and a refreshing ale! What's the refund policy? No refunds available after ticket purchase.  Tickets are transferrable - so feel free to pass them on. A full refund will be given if we do not screen the movie due to inclement weather. Can we bring our own chairs? Yes you can.  Low backed chairs are welcomed and anyone with high backed chairs are asked to sit at the rear of the lawned area.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes please.  But dont worry if you forget - we will have your name on the gate list.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? No problems.  Just make sure you have your ticket. What time does the movie start? Screening will commence just after sunset - usually around 7.30pm - 7.45pm  What food is available? Pizzas, hot dogs and our Deli stocked with cheese and charcuterie platters plus much more!

Dec 14, 2018 10:00 AM

London Wildlife Trust is the habitat and wildlife delivery partner at Walthamstow Wetlands, responsible for working with volunteers to conserve and enhance the site's habitats for wildlife through practical conservation, surveying, education and community engagement. As we're out in all weathers volunteers are advised to wear clothing suitable for the weather (wrap up in layers) and outdoor practical work and sturdy boots. Bring a packed lunch and water, tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided by LWT. For volunteers traveling by bicycle there is a bike rack next to the Engine House and in front of the Coppermill Tower. Date and time: Friday 14th December 10am - 3pm (note this is the last Friday session of the year!) Meeting point: Volunteers meet Nadia at the Engine House. If you are new, let reception know you are here. Activities: We're on either the Coppermill bank (close to the Tower) or managing the Res 1,2,3 path gorse and small trees. Friday LWT contact Nadia Ward can be reached on 07772 085 185 or [email protected] LWT will provide a short induction and all new volunteers will need to complete a registration form at your first session. All LWT volunteers must be aged over 16 years.  Under-18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian with a written consent form provided. Expenses can be covered for travel within Zones 1-6 and for a lunch of £5 or under on completion of a short form and with receipts.  Any equipment needed for practical conservation is provided by LWT, please wear suitable clothing for outdoor work and sturdy footwear. Please inform your team leader of any relevant medical conditions when completing your registration form.

Jan 16, 2019 8:00 AM

Event Description This particular course is being funded by London Borough of Richmond upon Thames & Wandsworth for local businesses in the borough of Richmond upon Thames & Wandsworth and for businesses that frequently use these roads. Proof of local road usage may be requested.  The Safe Urban Driving course focuses on vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclist’s and motorcyclists but has a particular focus on cyclists. The course includes a practical ‘on-road’ cycle training element and gives drivers a ‘real life’ experience as to a cyclist’s perspective of riding on London’s roads, as well as in traffic. The training also counts towards the 35 hours DCPC that professional drivers need to complete by September 2014. The course consists of two 3.5 hour modules (both delivered on the same day); the first module is classroom based theory, and the second module, an outdoor practical session where drivers get a cyclists view of the road. Theory Module (3.5 hours) This part of the course focuses on sharing the road safely and highlights the vulnerability of other road users. It also explains how the London streetscape is evolving to encourage more walking and cycling. Subjects covered include:- The driver’s role in the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Urban driving, changing streetscape and route planning Vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists Sharing the road, observation devices and cycle training Collision avoidance and defensive driving Hazard recognition and perception Driver responsibility and attitude Practical Module (3.5 hours) After the initial bicycle control skills training, drivers ride on bikes to areas of potential conflict including junctions, traffic lights and Advanced Stop Lines. Subjects covered include:- Introducing active travel, driver fitness and health Giving drivers a cyclist’s perspective of riding on busy roads and an understanding of the issues faced by vulnerable road users Recognising best driving practice around cyclists Practical on road experience at areas of potential driver/cyclist conflict including junctions, traffic lights and Advanced Stop Lines   CostsProviding you are a FORS registered company the Safe Urban Driving courses are fully funded by the London Borough of Hounslow so there is no charge for attending the course. All necessary equipment such as bicycles and personal protective equipment is also provided on the day. If it is found your company is not FORS accredited, you may be billed for attendance at £75.00 + vat. If drivers wish to have their details uploaded to the DSA website so its count towards their 35 hours DCPC, then they need to ensure they bring £8.75 cash to cover the upload fee. You will need to notify the trainer on the day. Please note: Lunch, refreshments and travel costs are not included. IMPORTANT: Any driver attending the SUD course must have their identity checked by a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).  This will allow Fleet Source to register the driver onto the Transport for London master SUD database which confirms the driver has attended the course. In order for a driver to be uploaded to the FORS/TfL register and/or be accredited with the Driver CPC hours they must complete the entire course. Generally, the only reasons for not taking part in the cycle element are on medical grounds, or if during the cycle familiarisation session, the driver is risk assessed as not safe to ride a bike on public roads – in these instances it is acceptable for the drivers to walk the course meeting up with the cyclists at the exercise/discussion points and joining in with the discussion All bookings are subject to our Cancellation Policy and by registering for a course you are agreeing to its terms. Click here to read the Cancellation Policy

Mar 13, 2019 8:00 AM

  Event Description This particular course is being funded by London Borough of Richmond upon Thames & Wandsworth for local businesses in the borough of Richmond upon Thames & Wandsworth and for businesses that frequently use these roads. Proof of local road usage may be requested.  The Safe Urban Driving course focuses on vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclist’s and motorcyclists but has a particular focus on cyclists. The course includes a practical ‘on-road’ cycle training element and gives drivers a ‘real life’ experience as to a cyclist’s perspective of riding on London’s roads, as well as in traffic. The training also counts towards the 35 hours DCPC that professional drivers need to complete by September 2014. The course consists of two 3.5 hour modules (both delivered on the same day); the first module is classroom based theory, and the second module, an outdoor practical session where drivers get a cyclists view of the road. Theory Module (3.5 hours) This part of the course focuses on sharing the road safely and highlights the vulnerability of other road users. It also explains how the London streetscape is evolving to encourage more walking and cycling. Subjects covered include:- The driver’s role in the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Urban driving, changing streetscape and route planning Vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists Sharing the road, observation devices and cycle training Collision avoidance and defensive driving Hazard recognition and perception Driver responsibility and attitude Practical Module (3.5 hours) After the initial bicycle control skills training, drivers ride on bikes to areas of potential conflict including junctions, traffic lights and Advanced Stop Lines. Subjects covered include:- Introducing active travel, driver fitness and health Giving drivers a cyclist’s perspective of riding on busy roads and an understanding of the issues faced by vulnerable road users Recognising best driving practice around cyclists Practical on road experience at areas of potential driver/cyclist conflict including junctions, traffic lights and Advanced Stop Lines   CostsProviding you are a FORS registered company the Safe Urban Driving courses are fully funded by the London Borough of Hounslow so there is no charge for attending the course. All necessary equipment such as bicycles and personal protective equipment is also provided on the day. If it is found your company is not FORS accredited, you may be billed for attendance at £75.00 + vat. If drivers wish to have their details uploaded to the DSA website so its count towards their 35 hours DCPC, then they need to ensure they bring £8.75 cash to cover the upload fee. You will need to notify the trainer on the day. Please note: Lunch, refreshments and travel costs are not included. IMPORTANT: Any driver attending the SUD course must have their identity checked by a Driver Qualification Card (DQC).  This will allow Fleet Source to register the driver onto the Transport for London master SUD database which confirms the driver has attended the course. In order for a driver to be uploaded to the FORS/TfL register and/or be accredited with the Driver CPC hours they must complete the entire course. Generally, the only reasons for not taking part in the cycle element are on medical grounds, or if during the cycle familiarisation session, the driver is risk assessed as not safe to ride a bike on public roads – in these instances it is acceptable for the drivers to walk the course meeting up with the cyclists at the exercise/discussion points and joining in with the discussion All bookings are subject to our Cancellation Policy and by registering for a course you are agreeing to its terms. Click here to read the Cancellation Policy