HAF Camps

Who can come?

HAF (Holiday Activity and Food) Camps are funded sessions during the school holidays for children who are receiving benefits-related free school meals.

What will we do?

HAF Camps are a whole lot of fun. You start the day getting to know each other, and your Coach. For half of your camp you will play lots of team games and may win some prizes! You will also get a chance to free play around the gymnasium, using all our fun equipment and under the watchful eye of our coaches.

As part of the funding all children will receive a hot lunch.

What shall I wear?

Please come appropriately dressed – (eg: t shirt & shorts, joggers or a leotard) clothing with zips, buckles and buttons will damage our equipment and cannot be worn. Long hair must be tied back and no hoodies or jewellery is to be worn. New piercings must be covered with plasters or tape prior to arrival for your camp.

What should I bring?

Only bring essential items. Please bring a full water bottle and any medicines you require.

What does it cost?

All spaces are funded by the Department for Education.

Please take a look at the Eequ booking page.

Please advise at the time of booking, if any child attending a Holiday Camp has Down’s Syndrome. An additional Atlanto Axial Instability screening form needs to be completed and returned prior to attending the Camp. This form requires verification by a medical practitioner and approval from insurers. Please allow sufficient time to contact, complete and return the form to The Academy.