The 2019 Easter holiday activity camp delivered by Stratford-on-Avon District Council took place at Shipston Primary School on Monday 15 to Thursday 18 April. The camp was led by trained activity leaders who delivered sports and arts throughout the day for children aged 5-11.
Free Sport Friday drop-in activity sessions were also delivered by trained activity leaders who offered a range of sports and games including football, cricket and rounders.
Free Sport Friday took place on 26 April from 11:00 to 13:00 at Bidford-on-Avon (Big Meadow) and Napton-on-the-Hill (Sports Field).
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Hi-5 day camps take place during the Easter and summer school holidays and are delivered by trained activity leaders. The programme offers a wide range of activities including sports and arts for children aged 5-11. Leaders will supervise children throughout the day until they are collected by a nominated person.
Each day, children will be offered a range of activities to ensure that all children can find something they will enjoy.
Arts & Crafts: Children can be creative with activities such as painting, drawing and mask-making.
Indoor & Outdoor Sports: Games include football, netball, rounders, basketball and cricket.
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Free Sport Friday drop-in activity sessions take place throughout the district every Friday for five weeks during the summer holidays.
These sessions are delivered by trained activity leaders who offer a range of sports and games including football, cricket, tug of war and giant snakes and ladders.
Sessions are free to children of all ages, but under 8s must be accompanied by an adult. No booking is required for these sessions.
Stratford-on-Avon District Council hosted a National Playday event at Stratford-upon-Avon Recreation Ground on Wednesday 1 August. Free activities included face painting, circus skills, a climbing wall, bouncy castle, animal experiences and many more! (All activities were free of charge and no booking was required.)
Playday is a national event that encourages families to go out and play at one of the many events that take place up and down the country.
Playday (co-ordinated by Play England) aims to emphasise the importance of play in children's lives.
For more information about Playday, visit the National Playday website.
All activity leaders have received emergency first aid training and child protection training. All leaders have also had an Enhanced DBS check.
Hi-5 Day Camps operate on a ratio of one Activity Leader to eight children.
Children should be dressed appropriately for activities such as painting, crafts and indoor/outdoor sports.
Bring a packed lunch and drinks (pack plenty as it's a long day!)
No. Children can bring money for vending machines (may not be available at all venues), although staff will not be responsible for this.
Please note: We are unable to accept childcare vouchers.
For more information on Hi-5, please call the Leisure team on 01789 260115.
The NHS recommends that children and young people (5 -18 years) complete 60 minutes of physical activity everyday. Activities that strengthen bone and muscle should be completed on three days a week. It is also recommended that children and young people minimise the time spent sitting. Visit the NHS website for further information about the physical activity guidelines for children and young people.