To all our IPOP Families, as we go through these unprecedented and difficult times, we at IPOP, want you to know that we are sending you our best wishes.
We know that at present we can’t provide you with our usual services but we are still available for a chat and support over the phone should you need it. We will be contacting you to check in and see how things are. In the meantime we will share on Facebook some resources that we hope you will find useful.
Keep well and best wishes, the IPOP Management Team.


We provide a range of different activities for disabled children and young people throughout the year.


IPOP launched as a pilot scheme in November 1994 after seeing that no disabled children were being given the chance to enjoy play schemes or after-school clubs in the London Borough of Barnet.


Proudly working to support children and young people, up to the age of 25 years, We provide opportunities for children and young people of all abilities to play and socialise together, we offer support and information to families of disabled children and young people and raises awareness of the benefits of inclusive provision in both play settings and more widely.

Inclusive Play
Opportunities Project

We provide 1-1 support playworkers
to enable your child or young person
to attend mainstream play / leisure activities.