Who we are:
Markfield is an inclusive community hub in Haringey where people can play, socialise and get information & support.
Our vision is a world where disabled, Deaf and autistic people are treated as equals, have a voice and can live the life they want.
What we do:
Markfield is a charity that offers support services for disabled children, adults and families.Part of our service provisions are After School Clubs and Holiday Play Schemes.
Our clubs have between 9 and 14 members: a mix of children/young people with different levels of support needs: with a small number of places for those with high support needs and most places for those with medium/lower support needs.
Indoor activities & facilities include:
- Arts and crafts and cooking activities
- Two floors of soft play room
- Sensory room and music equipment
- Lots of toys, books and games
Outdoor activities & facilities include:
- Huge adventure playground
- Tunnels, dens, swings & slides
- Bonfire pit & BBQ
- Zip wire
- Football goal and basketball hoop
- Skateboard & bike ramps
Record Last Updated on: 03/04/2019
Our children’s services are Ofsted registered.
Time / Date Details
Time of day
Easter play scheme dates
Monday 15th - Thursday 18th April 2019
10am to 3pm each day over 4 days
Transport provided for children that need it
Parents/carers to provide packed lunch
Holiday Play Scheme fees
£80 per child per day for those with higher support needs
£60 per child per day for those with lower support needs.
Afterschool Club Service fees
£50 per child per day for those with higher support needs
£35 per child per day for those with lower support needs
Who is eligible?
We categorise service users’ support needs into either higher support needs or lower support needs, so we can work out appropriate staff ratios.
Our Play schemes are now usually aimed at the 5 to 15 year old age groups.
Families who qualify for a Short Breaks personal budget can use this to pay for Markfield services.
We have some places for children who need one to one support and we have
some free places for siblings.
To start the process of registration please complete the Markfield Easter Playscheme - Child Information Form 2019 (available in the download section of this page).
Please include the child or young persons EHC Plan when returning the form if appropriate.
Markfiled - Booking conditions for termtime clubs available in the download section of this page.
How to Get Here
Our centre is in Markfield Park, walking either via Markfield Road,
or Crowland Road through Markfield Park, or along the River Lea towpath.
To drive, come via Markfield Road, (limited free parking is available at the centre).
Our building and adventure playground are wheelchair accessible.
Tube: Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale
Bus: 41, 76, 123, 149, 243, 251, 259, 279
Overground rail: South Tottenham, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale
We can offer accessible minibus transport to and from sessions, with trained escorts (transport places are limited).
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