Who’s ready for a summer of fun at our Hitherfield Primary School Holiday Camp?
Fit For Sport are delighted to be back providing children with safe action-packed days of fun activities from 6th April to 16th April at Hitherfield Primary School. Let Fit For Sport be your child's safe space this easter.
What’s on offer?
Ensure your child doesn’t miss out on fun activities this Easter which will include multi-sports, arts & crafts, outdoor adventures and much more, all delivered in line with their COVID-19 Full Safe Practice Guidance.
Trusted Provider during COVID-19
As the Trusted Provider during COVID-19, Fit For Sport have been operating during COVID-19 specifically for key worker/vulnerable children and understand that safety and wellbeing is of paramount importance at this time. Visit www.fitforsport.co.uk for all of their updated COVID-19 policies.
A Fit For Sport Activity Camp not only provides childcare in a safe and supportive learning environment but it ensures that your children leave feeling empowered, confident and excited to return the following day.
New and existing parents can book their sessions now by registering/logging onto their online account here: https://fitforsport.magicbooking.co.uk/Identity/Account/Login.
Times of Camps:
We will be offering 8.30-5.30pm for all bookings and parents have the option of dropping off and collection between 8.30-10am and collection from 3.15-5.30pm to assist with staggered collection and drop off.
Book 5 days for just £145
Book 3 days for just £99
More information can be found at www.fitforsport.co.uk.
ENGAGING & EDUCATING CHILDREN THROUGH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
For more information please call 020 8742 4990 or visit www.fitforsport.co.uk
The UK’s Leading Children’s Healthy Lifestyle Activities Provider. Suite 3, Second Floor, Profile West, 950 Great West Road, Brentford TW8 9ES
Tel: 020 8742 4990. www.fitforsport.co.uk. Fit For Sport Limited is a company registered in England with company number: 3648410
ADDITIONAL SAFETY MEASURES FAQ’S
As always the health and safety of our children and staff is of the utmost importance to Fit For Sport. As a trusted provider during COVID in our partner schools, we have effectively been adjusting our operational practices to incorporate new health and safety guidelines.
Our summer camps are going to be jam-packed full of fun for your children while ensuring they provide a safe space for your children throughout the holiday period.
To compliment our safe practice guide we have put together a range of parent FAQs to assist parents in any queries they may have about our upcoming summer camps.
How do you know you can operate safely?
As the Trusted Provider during COVID-19, Fit For Sport have supported over 350 families across the UK with over 50 staff deployed throughout lockdown resulting in 0 reported cases of COVID-19 linked to Fit For Sport Clubs.
Our operational processes have been tried and tested and all of our staff in operation will have completed a COVID-19 online training course demonstrating a typical day under the new measures.
How will Fit For Sport ensure all proposed COVID-19 measures are enforced?
We have adapted our operating procedures for parents, staff and the delivery of activities. Please read our full Safe Practice Guidance here. In summary, we are;
Limiting Group sizes and working within bubbles.
Children will take part in activities within the same group each day/full week, moving around activity areas within this group and using outdoor areas as much as possible
Staggered registration & Lunchtime.
There will be staggered breaks and lunch times where applicable to reduce any contact during downtime. We will also be ensuring that parents have the option of dropping off between 8am/8.30-10am and collection from 3.15-5.30pm to assist with staggered collection and drop off.
We will have posters and floor signs in place throughout venues for families to be reminded of the guidance measures and protocols, these include reminders to wash hands, clean resources and respecting personal bubble.
We are offering Full week bookings (5 days) or Part week (3 days) – Monday – Friday or Tuesday to Thursday and have adjusted our times to give parents the option of dropping off between 8am/8.30-10am and collection from 3.15-5.30pm to assist with staggered collection and drop off.
We have issued new tap in & out signing in tablets at each site, this will reduce waiting time and reduce contact.
Enhanced hygiene measures
For both children and staff, there will be increased cleaning measures put in place throughout the day for areas & equipment. Regular cleaning of the equipment and resources will ensure all equipment provided will always be ready and available to the children.
All our staff will have completed a COVID-19 online training course demonstrating a typical day under the new measures.
We have adapted our themes, games and activities to increase distancing as much as possible but also ensuring children can still have as much fun, as well as reducing the need to share equipment.
How will the activities change due to COVID-19 safety measures?
Fit For Sport are confident that the return of the clubs will be just as/if not more engaging than ever. Our brand new Summer Themed Activity Schedule sets out a scintillating array of themes that enables children to delve into new fantastical worlds each week! All themes, games and activities have been adapted to increase distancing as much as possible but also ensuring children can still have as much fun, as well as reducing the need to share equipment. Regular cleaning of the equipment and resources will ensure all equipment provided will always be ready and available to the children.
How will the drop off and collection work?
To ensure the pickup and drop off procedure runs smoothly – a queueing system with families requiring to be 2 metres apart will be in place at the sign in/sign out area. In order to contain this as much as possible – Fit For Sport will be offering 8.30-5.30pm for all bookings. Parents have the option of dropping off between 8.30am-10am and collecting from 3.15-5.30pm to assist with collection and drop off opportunities for parents. Further to this our new sign in/out procedure includes the use of tablets which will significantly reduce waiting time and reduce contact.
How will you work within Bubbles?
Children will take part in activities within the same group each day/full week, moving around activity areas within this group and using outdoor areas as much as possible.
How will the 2-metre social distancing rule actually be enforced?
We have equipped our staff with a wide range of techniques to help positively remind children throughout the sessions to respect the 2-metre rule and their personal bubbles. Further to this, each activity camp site will contain a host of visual reminders such as posters and coned distances to reinforce the restrictions. Additionally, all games have been adapted with staff trained in the new measures to ensure all children and staff adhere to the latest distancing rules.
What happens if a case of COVID-19 – whether it’s a child or family member has attended or is attending the Activity Camp?
If a child is suspected to be ill and is awaiting collection, our staff members will find a suitable room where they can be isolated away from the other children taking part in the sessions. Depending on the age of the child the correct adult supervision will be maintained by our staff at all times.
If children need to go to the bathroom while waiting to be collected, they will be escorted to a different bathroom that is being used by the other children where possible. The bathroom used will then be cleaned and disinfected using standard cleaning products before being used by anyone else.
Where the child, young person or staﬀ member tests positive, the rest of their class or group within their childcare or education setting will be sent home and advised to self-isolate for 14 days. (1. Department for Education 2020 - Coronavirus COVID-19: implementing protective measures in education and childcare settings).