Minis Holiday Club
As set out in the Government’s ‘COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021’ guidance, we are able to offer Easter holiday childcare to:
- Vulnerable children and young people.
- Children on free school meals, where they are attending as part of the Department for Education’s holiday activities and food programme.
Other children, where the provision is:
- Reasonably necessary to enable their parents and carers to work, search for work, undertake education or training, or attend a medical appointment or address a medical need, or attend a support group.
- Being used by electively home educating parents as part of their existing arrangements for their child to receive a suitable full-time education.
- Being used as part of their efforts to obtain a regulated qualification, meet the entry requirements for an education institution, or to undertake exams and assessments
- Children deemed clinically extremely vulnerable are advised not to attend out-of-school settings while shielding advice applies nationally. The Department of Health and Social Care has published updated guidance on ‘shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19’.
Minis Holiday Club is a service registered for Pre School 3 and 4 year old children based in Clifton College Nursery. This provides a stimulating and creative environment for young children during the holidays. Qualified and experienced staff will support children to engage in age-appropriate activities with particular attention paid to personal development, interaction with others and, most importantly, fun!
A hot lunch is included in the daily cost for all Minis.
£50 Full Day: 0800-1800
Typical Day Timetable
0800–1000 – Arrivals, Early Play including Arts and Crafts, Games etc
1000–1030 – Registration and Chat Time
1030–1130 – Playground and Games
1130–1200 – Optional Activities
1200–1300 – Lunch
1300–1600 – Outdoor Play/Free Play/Adult-led Activities
1600–1800 – Departures, Stay and Play and Quiet Time
*Above is an example of a typical day and should be treated only as a guide. Variances occur as staff adopt a flexible approach to meet children’s needs.