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Before you arrive – St. Phillip and James school

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Dear St. Phillip and James school Parents/Carers,

We are excited to see you at camp this holiday so here are a few things to get you started. Hopefully, all of your queries will be answered below.

Please ensure you have completed your health and safety information for each child attending. This can be done by logging in to your account. Our camps WILL NOT be able to accept children without this information due to OFSTED requirements.

What to bring:

  • Waterproof clothing (no matter the weather – we like to make our activities as messy, wet, and fun as possible!)
  • Warm jumper and trousers
  • Suitable footwear e.g. walking boots or well fitted wellington boots. (please no open toed shoes such as crocs or flip flops.)
  • Packed lunch including two additional snacks for snack breaks and NO NUTS 
  • Water bottle/s
  • Swimwear and towel
  • Hat and gloves if cold
  • Personal medication
  • Suncream and sunglasses if applicable
  • Sun hat

Preferably all in one bag that the child can carry with them (all labelled please!)

Getting to Active Adventure at St Phillip and James School:-

St Philip and St James’ Church of England VA Primary School, Navigation Way, Oxford, OX2 6AB

Get directions

Please look for our branding, we are based at the main school site.

Sign In/Out

Sign-in will be available from 08:15 – 09:15 and sign out will be available from 17:00 – 18:00

If you need to drop off or collect outside of these times please arrange this with your camp manager.

We ask for your cooperation to ensure that social distancing is maintained during these times, please be conscious that other parents may be vulnerable.

When waiting in the sign-in/out area, please switch off your engines to avoid unnecessary air pollution, thank you.

We will not require you to wear a face mask due to the queue being outside and socially distanced.

Your camp manager number is: 01865 800280

The camp manager is contactable between 08:15-18:00.

 

Activities

Each day we offer a varied program of engaging activities. This program varies from day to day to suit the ages, abilities, and interests of the children on site.

All activities are run in relation to their suitability in relation to the time of year and the environment.

Each morning once you have dropped the children off, you will be able to see the plan for their day on their bubbles activity board.

       

Administering medicine

If your child requires any prescription medication whilst attending camp we will need you to complete an Administration of Medicine form. You can find the Administration of Medicine form here so please complete this and bring it with you on your child’s first day.

If you are unable to complete and print a form to bring with you, we will ask you to do this on your child’s first day when arriving at sign in.

We require one form per medication.

No Nuts

We are a nut-free site which means we are unable to allow ANY nuts or food products containing nuts on-site. Please refrain from sending any such products in your children’s lunch or snack as they will be removed.

Please note, we are unable to provide any form of one-to-one support for individuals. If your child/ren requires one-to-one support or is deemed to require constant support by the on-site manager, you will be contacted to collect your child/ren.

Government guidance

The government have also published guidance for parents attending childcare settings. You can find this here.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-for-parents-and-carers-of-children-attending-out-of-school-settings-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/guidance-for-parents-and-carers-of-children-attending-out-of-school-settings-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak

If you have any further questions please contact our head office on 01865 594 325

We look forward to seeing you at Camp!

Regards,

The Active Adventure Team