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February Half Term Holiday Camps

Updated: Feb 2

Treat your child to an action-packed Holiday Camp this February half term.

With fun-filled sessions running every single day during the school holiday, a Havin a Bubble Holiday Camp is a fantastic way to keep your children entertained.

February half term Holiday Camp Information for Parents Holiday Camp Essentials We like to make sure that all children leave our camps happy and healthy. To make the most of the experience, we ask that parents drop their kids off fully prepared for the exciting day ahead.

Water Bottle Drinking plenty of water is a key part of a healthy lifestyle. That’s why we ask that parents supply their child with a fresh bottle of water each day of our half term day camps.

Weather appropriate clothing It’s important for children to attend each holiday club with appropriate clothing for the day ahead. We recommend that children are dressed for chilly weather and bring along a coat to keep them warm.

Children will be taking part in a range of fun activities all week, so please take bear this in mind when making sure that they are prepared for the exciting day ahead.

Lunch With lots of activities for children to explore and enjoy, it’s important to refuel. We kindly ask that parents make sure that their child attends each of our day camps with an appropriate packed lunch or we can provide upon request with a pay of £5.50.

Looking to fill your child’s lunchbox with some fun, healthy snacks? Take a look at our guide to easy, budget-friendly, and healthy lunches.

Our February half term Camps Each Premier Education holiday club is filled to the brim with great activities and team sports. We have four different types of Holiday Camp available: ● Multi-activity camps ● Performing Arts camps ● Multi-sport camps ● Sport-specific camps

Key benefits for your kids Children can have fun with friends over the school holiday Children can sometimes feel lonely when their school shuts for the holidays. Our half term camps give kids of all ages the opportunity to have fun and spend time with their friends

Chance to take part in a range of activities Depending on which type of half term Holiday Camp your child attends, they will have the chance to get involved with a bunch of activities that are sure to get them excited. With sessions including sports (like football and archery), performing arts (like dance and drama), and development activities (like skills and adventure games), children will be able to have fun while staying active and healthy.

Staying active improves health and wellbeing Staying active is vital to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, especially primary school age children.

Chris Whitty, England’s Chief Medical Officer, recommends that school children participate in at least 1 hour of physical exercise each day. Keeping your children active while school is closed can often be a challenge, which is why we’ve made it our goal to help children stay active, healthy, and happy.

Keeping Your Child Safe Over the School Holidays We are an Ofsted registered childcare provider in many of our venues, and the safety of your children is one of our top priorities.

Each of our Holiday Camps are run by fully qualified Activity Professionals, who work alongside the venues to make sure that children are staying safe, having fun, and enjoying new activities. At every camp, we maintain a coach-to-child ratio of 1:16 – this enables us to make sure that children receive the care and attention they deserve.

In line with Government guidance, we’ve developed the way we deliver each session of our school holiday clubs. All of our coaches have completed a Level 2 qualification in Infection Prevention, Mitigation, and Management. This unique qualification helps to keep children and their families safe from viruses.

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