The ‘Youth Activity Summer Camp’ is aimed at boys & girls of all abilities aged from 8 to 14yrs.
This summer we are working with North Tyneside Council and @educationgov and participating in the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme to provide eligible children and young people who receive Free School Meals (FSM) with FREE, fun activities this summer! #HAF2021.
Don't worry - if your child is not on receiving FSM then you simply pay the standard rates to attend!
Each child will receive a healthy packed lunch each day and we will be offering a range of physical activities.
We aim to ensure all activities are challenging regardless of ability and a fun way to improve fitness and make new friends.
Alongside regular group games such as tag rugby, dodgeball, rounders, football, footgolf etc we shall also provide fitness bootcamps to help young people understand and improve their physical and mental health. Not only will each child receive a healthy packed lunch we shall also provide nutritional information and guidance to educate and improve healthy eating choices.
We will have provision for up to 25 young people on the course each day.
Each day shall be four hours (10am to 2pm) over four days across a two week period.
When registering parents my book individual days or block book the full four days, children may also attend both weeks!
- Tuesday 17th August
- Wednesday 18th August
- Thursday 19th August
- Friday 20th August
- Tuesday 24th August
- Wednesday 25th August
- Thursday 26th August
- Friday 27th August
The STANDARD day rate PER CHILD = £12.00
FULL WEEK (4Days) PER CHILD = £40.00
Eligible children receiving Free School Meals (FSM) £ FREE
Note about the FSM provision
Activities included in the Holiday Activity and Food programme are funded by the Department of Education specifically to bridge the gap in physical activity and nutrition provision for children on free school meals in the school holidays. This funding is ringfenced to secure spaces for children on free school meals on the various activities available. Children not in receipt of free school meals can attend activities but these are chargeable.