Holiday venues are Boxgrove Primary School, St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School, Cardinal Newman Catholic Primary School, Twesledown Infant School and Tillingbourne Primary School.
To book your child on holiday course, please find the holiday course venue below and click on the link. We accept payment online. Alternatively, you can book online and bring payment on the day and hand to one of the coaches on the morning of the holiday course. Please mark with your child’s name, your contact number and email address and the holiday course venue. Please read our Privacy Notice page about how we use the personal data your provide for your booking.
Click HERE to view a list of items to bring on the day.
Covid-19 update for Summer Camps 2020
We are pleased to announce that we can offer holiday camps this summer. As of the 19th June, the DfE released a further statement to allow holiday camps to open.
We will continue to review Government guidance in relation to holiday camps (click HERE to read the guidance), to ensure a safe experience for all children and staff. The Government will release further guidance on how measurements will be implemented but for now, we are only able to take week only bookings (Mon-Fri). We are unable to take individual day bookings so that we can keep children in groups/bubbles for the week they are with us.
Please click on the holiday course venue below to view dates and book your child a place. Please book on at least 10 days before the week you are booking so that we have time to organise groups/bubbles.
Please be aware: camps may be subject to cancellation at short notice if government guidelines change. Unfortunately, we may also cancel camps if we do not reach our minimum numbers. We will give at least 1 weeks notice if we need to cancel and you will be offered a full refund if this situation occurs.
Infection control procedures:
The following adaptations and new measurements will be implemented but are subject to change as and when the guidance changes:
1) Week only bookings (Mon – Fri ). We are unable to take individual day bookings. This means we can keep the children in groups/bubbles for the whole time they are with us.
2) Reduced availability at our camps so we can manage social distancing, one way systems, hand washing & deep cleaning.
3) Reduced group/bubble sizes. Maximise bubbles of 15 children.
4) Drop off/collection times will remain for the hour before and after with the now standard 2 metre distance queue and one way drop off/collection system. 8.30 – 9.30am drop off & 3.30 – 4.30pm collection.
5) Modifying our current activities & removing some activities due to risk of transmission.
6) Contactless sign in and collection with a member of our staff.
7) Staggered lunch and breaktimes to keep groups separate and minimise risk.
8) Encouraging good hygiene by promoting the importance of handwashing for at least 20 seconds with warm water and soap throughout the day
9) Increased cleaning before, during and at the end of each day.
10) Ensuring good respiratory hygiene by promoting the ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ approach
11) Symptoms awareness and process for anyone displaying symptoms at the camp & an isolation area. Parents required to immediately collect child from camp if any symptoms occur.
NHS Test and Trace:
It is important that all staff and parents/carers understands the NHS Test and Trace process. Please click HERE to see how it works before attending our holiday camps. Please do not send your child to the holiday camp if they have any of the following symptoms:
• new continuous cough and/or
• high temperature and/or
• a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)
If your child has any of the above symptoms during the day at one of our holiday camps, we will call home so that you can collect immediately. Please provide emergency numbers when booking. You must then book a test and let us know the outcome. If the test is positive, we will contact our Local Public Health England on 0344 225 3861. If the test is negative, and your child no longer has symptoms, they can return to the holiday camp. If the test is positive, they will need to continue to self-isolate for 10 days and we will contact all parents/carers who have been in close contact with the child as they will need to self-isolate for 14 days. This also applies if a member of their family has symptoms or has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19); or if they have been advised individually by NHS Test and Trace to isolate at home because they are the contact of a case that does not live in the same house.
Refunds will be given for days missed if it is due to coronavirus.
Please click HERE to see the latest stay at home guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus infection.
Please let us know if you have recently travelled. Click HERE to view a list of countries that are exempt and where you do not need to self-isolate for 14 days on return. If you are travelling back from a country that is not on the list, you will not be able to come to our holiday camps for 14 days.