Get Out Get Active Haringey

Get Out Get Active (GOGA) Haringey is an exciting programme that supports disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together. It is made possible by founding funder Spirit of 2012 and additional investment from Sport England and the London Marathon Charitable Trust. All partners are focused on getting some of the UK’s least active people moving more through fun and inclusive activities.

GOGA Haringey is more than being active. It strengthens community spirit, increases confidence, and improves mental health. Below you will find a wide variety of different providers that have been approved by Haringey Council. We believe that all the providers offer high-quality active recreation in a safe environment that is open to all.

If you have any questions about the programme or would like to know more, we would love to hear from you. Email the Active Communities team at get.active@haringey.gov.uk

To learn more about the work this ground-breaking programme does nationally, visit the GOGA website (external link).

Table: Get Out Get Active (GOGA) Haringey activities

NameDescriptionWebsite/contact Details
Brake Thru Disability CyclingBrake Thru disability cycling uses specially adapted bikes so adults with disabilities can ride steadily and safely. Cycle rides take place most days but are sometimes weather dependant!
Bruce Grove Youth SpaceWe offer a range of sports to encourage healthy lifestyles, specific activities targeting girls, new experiences, a focus on developing life skills and promoting inclusion of young people with SEND.
Haringey ShedHaringey Shed is an inclusive theatre and performing arts company for children and young people. We provide a range of term time after school activities and holiday programmes as well as outreach work in the community, working in local schools, nurseries and community centres. After school activities take place at the Haringey Irish Centre and Haringey Sixth Form Centre.
Highgate TennisAs part of our aim to be fully inclusive to all, recent improvements to the club have included building a wheelchair accessible wet room in the clubhouse and adding a wheelchair ramp up to Court 1. We have tactile court lines and special Sound balls for blind and visually impaired tennis sessions. We have just taken delivery of 2 sport wheelchairs. Five of our coaches completed an LTA disability awareness course.
HR Sports Academy CICDedicated to empowering children and young people with valuable life skills and sporting opportunities that bind different groups of young people together. Our provisions include an extensive sport in schools programme, evening and weekend sessions, school holiday clubs, football teams, youth clubs, tournaments, alternative education, apprenticeships, traineeships, work experience placements, workshops, day events and mentoring sessions.
JL Circus

Expect to drop balls, fall off pyramids, get dizzy doing forward rolls, trip over skipping ropes and accidentally knock a neighbour with your diablo. At JL Circus we laugh through tricky times and support each other to keep going. During our sessions, we build the confidence needed to keep picking that ball up off the floor and juggle whatever this world has to throw at us.

We are an inclusive youth circus, open to anyone who dares and dedicated to finding and supporting the activity that suits you. Whether it's teamwork or solo, stilt-walking or plate-spinning, centre stage or behind the scenes, we believe everyone can find their place and bring something magical to our awesome groups of young circus artists.

JL Circus workshops are free, delivered by professional circus artists, open to young people aged 4 to 18, and take place in venues across Haringey during term time or online when necessary.

Kith and KidsKith & Kids supports families who have a son or daughter with autism or a learning disability (many also have a physical or sensory disability) to overcome their social isolation. We provide a variety of volunteer-supported projects and services, offering opportunities to learn new skills, make friends, go out and have fun. We offer quality training to hundreds of volunteers throughout the year who support our projects and provide a vital link between our participants and the wider community.
London Skolars Rugby League ClubBased at New River Sports Centre. We offer free 'Touch' Rugby sessions for those aged 13+. Sessions take place on Wednesdays from 7-8pm. Additionally, we run several Rugby squads from U9s - Open Age Adults. Training for the 2021 season will commence in February.
Markfield ProjectMarkfield was established in 1979 by parents of disabled children, whose vision was to create an inclusive place for disabled and non-disabled children to play.
Pedal PowerA cycling club for all ages with learning disabilities
Piranhas Swimming ClubPiranhas Swimming Club run swimming sessions for people with special needs.
  • Tel: Ian McLaughlin - 020 8558 6251
Positive Role Models CICWe use bespoke projects, the power of sport and mentoring, to empower young people to be successful in education & life.
SanjuroSanjuro Martial arts has been delivering inclusive classes for over 20 years. We are based at Bruce Grove Youth Club, Tottenham.
Wave Project

Wave Café is a creative space and café coming soon to Muswell Hill offering exciting arts experiences for everyone.​

We are a social enterprise set up to bring people with and without learning disabilities together and to help build a truly inclusive community.

We Move Dance

In January 2012, a dance group formed at Haringey Sixth Form College: a space where young women could come together, celebrate each other, and explore some of the things they found unfair in the world around them.

We now offer a range of projects and weekly classes that have youth leadership and celebrating culture at their core.

Wise ThoughtsWise Thoughts is a local charity with over 20 years of delivering diverse wellbeing activities for all. We are currently offering online yoga to help you stay fit and healthy. Sessions take place on a weekly basis. Participants will need to register before taking part.

If you would like your activity to be listed here get in touch with the Active Communities team on: get.active@haringey.gov.uk

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Page last updated:

June 22, 2021