POP-UP SPORTS EASTER
HOLIDAY CAMPS 2021
GET ACTIVE THIS EASTER!
A wide variety of sporting disciplines
Sports, physical activities and arts & crafts
Whole days of your favorite sports
POP-UP SPORTS EASTER HOLIDAY CAMPS
Holiday Camp Themes
Pop-Up Sports Multi-Activity Camps:
We do a wide variety of activities throughout our activity days from glow in the dark sports to playing football in our massive inflatable pitch. Your child will not get bored during one of these action-packed days. We will have plenty of other activities to like swimming, soft play, arts and craft to ensure all children have a fantastic time.
Pop-Up Sports Multi-Sport Camps:
We do a wide variety of sporting disciplines from individual sports such as Golf & Athletics to team sports such as Hockey and Football. Your child certainly won’t be bored on this sports mad day with all the variety of games and challenges.
Pop-Up Sports Sports-Specific Camps:
Sports-specific camps focus on a single sport for the full day, looking at sports-specific skills in the morning and finishing with competitions in the afternoon.
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All the information you need about our camps, from what to bring on your first day, to how we’re adapting our programmes due to Covid-19.
Pop-Up Sports Ofsted registered Holiday Camps provide a safe, fun, active and social place for your child(ren) to be during their school holidays. As I am sure you are aware, we have had to make a few adjustments to our Holiday Camps in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Here, we would like to take this moment to highlight those changes to you, along with all the key information that makes Pop-Up Sports your number one choice of Holiday Camp provider:
POP-UP SPORTS GUARANTEE!
All Pop-Up Sports bookings for Holiday Camps are backed by our Pop-Up Sports promise. Should the camp subsequently be canceled due to Government guidelines or enforced venue closure, we will issue a full refund within 14 days.
Securely Checking Your Child In & Out
The safety of your child is paramount and our commitment to safeguarding means that we need to ensure that we register your child on arrival and have a secure signing out process.
The process for drop off and collection will be:
A staff member will be present to register your child on drop off and on collection we will bring your child to you
Parents will not be asked to sign anything, rather the staff member will place their own initials on the register on behalf of the collecting parent
Children can sign themselves out if the parent registered their consent in the form of a signed hand written letter
Note: Under current government guidelines parents will not be allowed entry inside any building and we would actively discourage you from gathering at the venue entrance and maintain an appropriate distance from those around you.
Additional Operating Procedures for COVID-19
In response to the unique challenge of COVID-19, we have developed COVID-specific operating procedures, and these will be integrated into our standard operating procedures from here on.
Our guiding principle for all policies and procedures is that we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. COVID-specific procedures will be integrated into staff training, and our audit process to ensure they are adhered to.
Here are our 3 key principles:
Follow social distancing guidelines
Day 'Bubble' system
Child groups maintained throughout the days, with a consistent group leader(s)
Activities to be adapted to ensure distancing, including equipment use adaptions
Higher emphasis on being outdoor where possible
Parents will not be allowed into any of the venues without a face mask
Staggered breaks and lunchtimes where facilities don’t allow multiple groups
Failure to follow camp rules or staff instructions surrounding Covid will result in phone calls home and collection from holiday camps for the safety of fellow camp members, staff and public.
Operate high levels of hygiene
Parents encouraged to provide their children with personal hand-sanitiser
Staff expected to provide; and have with them at all times; personal hand-sanitiser
Staff and children to wash their hands, either with hand-sanitiser, or at wash-basins, each time they enter and exit the site
Stringent hand washing policy that includes before and after each activity session, breaks, lunchtimes and after toilet breaks
Staff responsible for regular hygiene reminders
Where direct contact occurs; for example, tending to First Aid; staff to wear protective gloves and wash hands afterwards
Internal doors to be kept open where possible, especially for sports halls, toilets and changing rooms
Adapted and restricted activities that involve any contact
Daily cleaning of equipment by our staff and or venue staff
Parents encouraged to provide pens, books etc for their child to use during less-active sessions
Regular cleaning of high-touch facilities by Pop-Up Sports and/or venue staff
Provide specific supervision
Staff to supervise hand-washing
Staff to enforce social distancing at all time
Staff to be vigilant about signs of infection and follow government guidelines for responding to infection
High priority to enforce distancing and hygiene principles listed in 1&2
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