Guidelines for providers
|Bulletin||At a glance|
|Bulletin 2 – 30 July 2021 (PDF)||
|Bulletin 1 – 16 July 2021 (PDF)||
What makes a good holiday club?
The food foundation team and young ambassadors who have kindly created a slide pack (opens in a new window) on what makes a good holiday club.
Providing enriching activities
For information on this please visit Information from Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire (opens in a new window).
Providing healthy food options
The provision of healthy meals is an important element of the HAF Programme. Please use the links below for further details on the school food standards
- School food standards: resources for schools from GOV.UK (opens in a new window)
- School meals - healthy eating standards GOV.UK (opens in a new window)
- School Food Standards from publishing.service.gov.uk (opens in a new window)
Here are some sample menu options (opens in a new window) for you to try.
Safeguarding in HAF clubs
All providers must be able to demonstrate and explain the safeguarding procedures and checks that they have in place for the holiday activities and food programme. Holiday activities and food programme 2021 from GOV.UK (opens in a new window)
They must have relevant and appropriate policies and procedures for:
- safeguarding, including the recruitment of staff and volunteers
- health and safety
- relevant insurance policies
- accessibility and inclusiveness
Where appropriate, holiday clubs must also be compliant with the Ofsted requirements (opens in a new window) for working with children.
Policies and insurance
All policies, certificates and insurances should be in place by Monday 19 July 2021 – we will be contacting individual providers for copies of these documents.