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Thames Explorer Trust - Families & Informal Learning

Local Offer

We provide families and community groups with the chance to enjoy and get to know the Thames.

We provide holiday activities, foreshore walks and family fun days as well as resources and advice.

Also you can book one of our education programmes as an informal learning session; all programmes can be tailored to meet the needs of your group.

If you would like to know how to access the Thames and its foreshore please contact us and we will be more than happy to assist; as the foreshore is a place to treat with caution.

Service details

Parental supervision
Required
Age Range
All Ages
Cost(s)
Amount Cost Type
Varies Per Session
LO Accessibility
Depends on individual needs and assessment (discussion required)

SEND information 

SEND Details

We aim to make all our programmes inclusive and all our river centres have disabled access for children with SEND. Unfortunately wheelchair access on to the foreshore can be tricky, especially at sites with step-only access. We are happy to provide alternative activities to pupils who are unable to accompany their class on to the foreshore. Please contact us in advance of your trip to discuss options and to arrange a pre-site visit.  Please provide us with details of all pupils with SENDEAL and medical conditions prior to your trip.

Where to go

Venue address
The Pier House
Corney Reach Way
Chiswick
Postcode
W4 2UG

Who to contact

Name
Lorraine Conterio
Telephone
020 8742 0057
Email
info@thames-explorer.org.uk
Website
www.thames-explorer.org.uk
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