Sharing their world at Alf King Children's Centre, Feltham

Local Offer

‘Sharing their World’ is a relaxed, friendly and supportive group; specifically tailored for children and parents/carers that have additional needs. This group is run by a Children’s Centre Practitioner, who is very experienced and knowledgeable working with individuals that have additional needs. Every session is planned to meet each families individual needs, however most sessions will include: Sensory activities, Desensitisation techniques, Bucket time and an opportunity to meet other families in the area. Please give us a call if you would like to discuss your family’s needs.

For up to date session cancellations, please see the 'Children's Centre Cancellation Page'

Service details

Age Range
For Families with children aged 0-5years with additional needs

When is it on

Date & Time
Tuesdays, 1 to 3pm
Session Information
*Please note that in order for everyone to have a safe and enjoyable time, we must limit the number of families who may attend at any one time
*No Booking required

SEND information 

SEND Details

All staff are trained to provide an inclusive service to all families. Please contact us if you would like to know more information or would like to request any reasonable special adaptations.

  • Venue is on one level
  • Main doors have wheel chair access
  • No doors are automatic
  • One disabled toilet


Where to go

Name of venue
Alf King's Children's Centre
Venue address
7 Hanworth Road
TW13 5AF

Who to contact

Alf King Children's Centre
020 8583 3922
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