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Groups for children/teenagers in Headington area

Many organizations which do not have their own website can be found by searching Oxfordshire County Council’s Local Clubs and Societies database

See the Pre-school section for groups for toddlers


Scouts, Cubs, and Beavers

Oxfordshire Scouting

8th Oxford (Highfield) Scout Group, Perrin Street

  • Beaver Scouts: Thursdays 6.30–7.30pm:
    contact susie.k.young@gmail.com
  • Cub Scouts: Tuesdays 6.30-8pm:
    contact Elizabeth Tyndall (01865 377289)

10th Oxford (Marston) Scout Group, William Street


Girlguiding UK

Girlguiding UK welcomes volunteers of all backgrounds, age groups and abilities. Guiding is flexible and volunteering can be arranged to fit around a busy lifestyle. Whatever your skills and interests, and no matter how much or how little time you have to spare, one of our volunteering roles is bound to suit you. Your contribution is sure to be appreciated by the girls.

Oxfordshire Guide Association
Oxford City I Division includes Headington
Oxford City II Division includes Marston

Rainbows

6th Headington Rainbows
8th Headington Rainbows

Brownies

1st Barton Brownies
4th Headington Brownies
6th Headington Brownies
7th Headington Brownies
16th Headington Brownies

Guides

3rd Headington Guides
6th Headington Guides

Headington Senior Section


Other clubs for young people and children
  • Woodcraft Folk weekly activity sessions for boys and girls aged 6–9 at St. Andrew's Primary School, Thursday evenings from 6.15 pm. Games, outdoor activities, crafts, singing, fun experiments - and the option to join camping trips with other Oxford groups. For more information email Julie. Session leaders are CRB-checked parents. Woodcraft Folk is a movement for children and young people, where children will grow in confidence, learn about the world and how to value our planet and each other: www.woodcraft.org.uk and www.oxfordwoodies.org.uk

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