Schools in Ealing have a track record of providing innovative and creative extended school activities for pupils and their families.
Below are some case studies to show the range of different activities undertaken:
Access4All pilot - providing opportunities (pdf)
The Acton pilot programme developed new and exciting after school activities for children and young people.
Castlebar after school activities (pdf)
Pupils at Castlebar are able to enjoy as wide a range of activities as pupils in mainstream schools.
Childcare and transitions (pdf)
First Steps parent and toddler group at Hambrough Primary school proved a great success with both parents and children.
Engaging parents in learning (pdf)
Mayfield Primary school's English and maths workshops for parents and carers.
ESOL for parents (pdf)
The Greenford, Northolt and Perivale partnerships worked with Uxbridge College to develop an accessible ESOL programme.
Family Links (pdf)
The family links programme has been adapted for parents of children with special needs.
Healthy living in the neighbourhood (pdf)
Young people in Southall learned about healthy living through activities including song production and blogging.
Improving children's mental health (pdf)
Read how the Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) programme has supported children and families across the borough.
Improving the playground experience (pdf)
Learn how schools in Ealing worked together to improve the behaviour and wellbeing of pupils at lunchtimes.
Mobile estate's project (pdf)
A successful holiday activities play scheme project run on a number of housing estates across the borough.
Northala Fields mosaic (pdf)
This project engaged young people in the design of Northala Fields with activities like the mosaic design and construction.