Organisation Contact Details
More About The Organisation
Bath Area Play Project (BAPP) provides play opportunities at a variety of locations in Bath, for children and young people. Play sessions run during the school holidays and are open access (children are free to come and go). In the summer we run SOFA for 12 - 16 year olds - an activity programme with transport. Bath Area Play Project provides a closed access playscheme for disabled children and young people.
We also run youth provision, a pre-school, toy library and family play support.
BAPP also runs the Turtle Toy Library with resources for children aged 0-16.
The Community Play Rangers encourage children to enjoy their childhood and lead active healthy lifestyles through free and active play in all weathers and encourage them to be involved in their communities. For dates please see the website.
Are you open during term time?
Are you open during school holidays?
|Monday||Pre School at The Hut, Twerton 9 - 3pm, Community Play Rangers 3.30 - 5.30/6pm|
|Tuesday||Pre School at The Hut, Twerton 9am - 3pm, Community Play Rangers 3.30 - 6pm|
|Wednesday||Pre School at The Hut, Twerton 9am - 3pm, Playful Families at The Hut 3.30 - 5.30pm|
|Thursday||Pre School at The Hut, Twerton 9am - 3pm, Thursday Group at Odd Down Community Centre 3.30 - 5.30pm|
|Friday||Pre School at The Hut, Twerton 9am - 3pm|
How do people access your service?
Pre-school - application
Community Play Rangers - drop in
Family Play Inclusion Support / PLayful Families / Thursday Group - request for support form
Closed-access Holiday Playschemes - Registration Form submitted and booking forms can then be sent
SOFA - Apply by completing Booking Form
Teenage Rampage - pop along to a session and see if it's for you and then complete a Registration Form.
Home Visits can be arranged for all services - please contact the office
If referral then by whom? For example, Social Worker, School, Doctor, Self-referral?
Requests for support need to be completed for access to Family Play Inclusion Support - see BAPP website or contact the office. Forms can be completed by professionals or parents themselves.
Referrals can be made by Social Workers or Health Visitors for SOFA and the closed access playscheme. All services can be accessed independently by families.
Do you have a waiting list?
Are there any costs to the user for your service?
Community Play Rangers, Community Playdays, Teenage Rampage are all FREE of charge
There are charges for other services:
Closed-access Playschemes £9 per day,
SOFA from £8 per day,
Pre-school £9 per session
Do you welcome people using your service from Bath and North East Somerset?
If Yes, do you welcome people from all areas of Bath and North East Somerset using your service?
Who can use your service
Age of Users
Who can use your service?
Most services are age specific
All services are open to both boys and girls, people of all cultures and faiths