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Holiday club is back!

🐣 due to lots of staff training, this Easter we will only be holding our holiday club on the following dates:


31st March

7th April

12th April (St Bede’s Primary and Nettlesworth Primary are still closed on this date)

We will be running the club from Nettlesworth Community Centre where we have use of 4 seperate rooms, 2 kitchens and outdoor spaces. We have also employed auxiliary support staff to help us keep everything sanitised.

What are the costs? 👇🏻

Absolutely nothing, totally free. The SYPC Trustees think our parents and carers have had a difficult 12 months and we want to make life as easy as we can for you. Breakfast lunch and tea is also provided free.

Available places 👇🏻

Places are limited, however if you miss out on the free spaces we are running SYPC Gourmet Kids 🍝🍕so you can book a free cooking pack worth over £30.

Our Easter Bunny Martin will also be out delivering Easter goodies and activity packs to our members (over 125 of you!) so everyone should receive something 🐣🍬🍫

The fun stuff 👇🏻

Holiday club activities include:

👩‍🍳👨‍🍳 Healthy cooking

🪵✏️ Wood crafts

🧵🧶 Hand crafts

🎧💿 DJ Workshop

🎨🖌 Grafitti workshop

🏏⛹🏻 Outdoor sports

⛳️🎳 Indoor games

🌿💚 Environmental projects/ Litter picking

How to book 👇🏻

The legal stuff (really important) 👇🏻

As set out in the COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021 guidance, from 29 March, and in line with when schools close for the Easter holidays, out-of-school settings and wraparound providers will be able to offer:

• outdoor provision to all children, without restrictions on the purpose for which they may attend

• indoor provision to:

• vulnerable children and young people

• children on free school meals, where they are attending as part of the Department for Education’s holiday activities and food programme

• other children, where the provision is:

• reasonably necessary to enable their parents and carers to work, search for work, undertake education or training, or attend a medical appointment or address a medical need, or attend a support group

• being used by electively home educating parents as part of their arrangements for their child to receive a suitable full-time education

• being used as part of their efforts to obtain a regulated qualification, meet the entry requirements for an education institution, or to undertake exams and assessments

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