Holiday Camp FAQs
What are camp opening hours?
A Standard Day at holiday camp runs from 8:30am to 5pm.
You can also book additional hours –
Morning breakfast club session, 7:30am -8:30am (breakfast included)
Extended day 5pm – 6:30pm (Hot meal included)
What activities will my child be able to do at club?
We provide an exciting and fun range of indoor and outdoor activities, including arts & crafts, sport, group games and team challenges. Wherever possible these activities will be delivered outdoors, as we know this reduces the risk of transmission.
Can I drop off/collect at any point during a session?
You can drop off and collect at any point during the session.
What does my child need to bring?
Please provide your child with a mid morning and mid afternoon snack.
If you have not booked a grab bag lunch, please provide your child with a packed lunch.
What happens if it rains?
Our aim is to be outdoors as much as we possibly can, so please send your child in with a rain coat. If we need to be indoors due to bad weather, we will ensure that any rooms used are well ventilated.
What can my child bring to camp?
We ask that children keep belongings to a minimum, in line with school. Coat, bag, lunchbox and water bottle.
All items need to be packed into one named bag.
What happens if my child becomes unwell?
If your child becomes unwell, they will be moved to an area away from the other children and you will be asked to collect them as quickly as possible. A member of staff will remain with your child and support them until you arrive.
Do you have a Covid-19 policy?
We will also ensure that copies of this policy are onsite at all of our settings.
What happens if a child or staff member test positive for COVID-19?
Public health guidance for People with COVID-19 and their contacts changed from 24 February. Contacts are no longer required to self-isolate of advised to take daily tests, and contact tracing has ended.
How will you maintain Health and Hygiene during camp?
We will follow guidance published by the DfE with regards to Health and Hygiene in childcare settings, which advises measures including (but not limited to):
•Ensuring frequent hand cleaning
•Promoting good respiratory hygiene practices
•Regularly cleaning frequently touched surfaces, such as: door handles, handrails, tabletops, play equipment, toys and electronic devices (such as phones)
•Using detergents and bleach when cleaning surfaces, as these will be very effective in getting rid of the virus
•Ensuring appropriate use of PPE when undertaking personal care or dealing with a child or team member who is showing symptoms
Further information is available in the DfE publication: “Protective measures for holiday and after-school clubs, and other out-of-school settings during the coronavirus (COVID) outbreak. – February 2022 ”