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St Quintin Centre for Disabled Children and Young People

Last Updated 19/08/2019

Service/Activity is chargeable
Ofsted Registered

The St Quintin Centre is a state of the art centre offering groups and support for disabled children, young people and their families.

We are open seven days a week, and offer term-time support from birth to five years old, and Afterschool, Saturday and Holiday club support for 5 - 18 year-olds.

Please dowload the PDF document on the right for information about the Core Offer to families.

Important Documents to download:

Children's Guide - Information for children and young people with disabilities

 Core Offer

Statement of Purpose

Who to contact

Contact Name
Rupert Taylor
Contact Position
Operations Manager
 020 8968 2570
Related Service
Sunday Stay & Play at St Quintin
Sensory Toy-Library

Where to go

St Quintin Centre for Disabled Children and Young People
St. Quintin Centre, 2a
Wallingford Avenue
W10 6QB

Other Details


Referral required
Referral Details

For referrals and parenting group info please contact team email:


0207 598 4921

Local Offer

Local Offer Record `
Who is this service available to?

Services available for families with children from birth to 18 years old. A child with a disability under the age of 18 who is substantially affected in their everyday living by one or more of the following:

  • global developmental delay

  • a learning disability a sensory impairment

  • a physical impairment

  • chronic ill health or medical problems

  • a serious life limiting or terminal illness

  • a severe communication or language disorder

  • an Autistic Spectrum disorder and who is not able to access other services

How do you access this service?

As long as a family fits the St Quintin criteria for having a disabled child, they can be offered the following as part of our Core Offer to families.

  • Access to a Key worker service for parents who need help in accessing services for their children aged 0-9yrs.
  • Signposting for higher support packages or further support.
  • Access to Sensory Toy Library.  Free of charge.
  • Access to Family Fun day weekends and in the holidays. Activities for the whole family to do together.
  • Access to Stay & Play Monday- Friday from 10-12pm and Sunday from 11am-3pm.
  • Access to the centre in the school holidays for Stay & Plays, days and times as advertised. Free of charge.
  • Access to any Afterschool activity. One activity per family per term. These are charged at £10 per term and booked in advance. These are for children over 5yrs-12yrs, activities such as: Swimming, cooking, Dance, Arts & Craft, Sensory storytelling, yoga etc.
  • Access to any Afterschool Youth activity. One activity per family per term. These are charged at £10 per term and booked in advance. These are for children over 12yrs 17yrs, activities such as Out & About in the community, Cooking, Dance, Art projects, travel training, integration into local youth facilities.
  • Access to Siblings Group. Free of charge to attend sessions. Trips out is chargeable at £5 per trip. Child has to be over 7yrs of age.
  • Family Days Out in school Holidays. Charge of £10 per family.
  • Access to Activity days/sessions in school holidays such as, yoga sessions, swimming, arts sessions. Charge of £2.50/£5 depending on the activity per session. These are for children over 5yrs. Times vary.
  • Access to Sunday Activity one Sunday a month - Charge of £2.50 per session. These are for children over 5yrs. Time: 10-3pm
  • Holiday Project opportunities for young people to go away on an independent holiday. £80 per child.
  • Parents training on courses such as Triple P, Autism Awareness, Makaton, First Aid and Early Bird. These can be booked via the RBKC training website or contact the centre.
  • Access to Parenting workshops such as Sensory and communication workshops. Free of charge.
  • Support to access mainstream Youth Clubs, including travel training, work experience, community based activities.
  • Support to access Inclusion Mainstream Community Learning settings.
  • Access to join our Parents Committee run by our parents.
How do we ensure the quality of this service?

The centre is inspected by Ofsted under section 49 and 50 of the Childcare Act 2006.

The centre also engages with clients for feedback on the quality of the service delivered.

A parents committee is also involved with the development and feedback about the service.

The service also satisfies a set of robust quality checks.

What to do if you have a complaint?

All complaints should be directed to the Team Leader in charge on the day.

If you do not feel it was dealt with correctly, then please call or email Rupert Taylor, Operations Manager.

Telephone: 020 8968 2570


Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11-16 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)
Primary (4-10 years)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type

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