Haybrook College



5th April 2022
Haybrook College

Slough Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme 2022 - Easter holidays

This Easter, Slough Borough Council is continuing the Holiday Activity and Food programme

Eligible children across the borough can access four-hour sessions, for four days over the Easter break at no cost to parents/guardians (children are eligible if they receive benefits related free school meal). This programme is funded by the Department for Education.

The holiday clubs are also available to any children not eligible for free school meals, who can pay to attend.

Slough Borough Council is working with a range of providers (private, voluntary, independent, and charities) to offer places where children will be able to eat healthy nutritious meals over the school holidays; be more active and be safe and have fun. Our providers for the Easter programme are: Get Active, Art Classes, Slough Music Service, Antz Kidz, Kidz Enterprise Ltd, Scrumys, Monksfield and Chalvey Grove CC, Sport 4 Kids, Tree Tops Clubs, Sports Collective, Computer Xplorers, Sports Inc, Little Musketeers, Aik Saath, Britwell Youth and Community Project and Fit for Sports. Visit our webpage for activities offered by each provider as this information is being updated daily. 

Dayo Williams, HAF programme manager, Children and Families, said: “The Easter HAF programme is free for children who receive benefits-related free school meals. Letters have gone out with a unique code to enable each child to book a place with a club of their choice.  If you feel your child is eligible, please register for Free School meal (FSM) on the SBC website.  Eligible children can choose to attend a range of activities in different venues across the town and places are also available for paying parents too. We can’t wait to see the borough’s children joining in the exciting activities offered, with the bonus of cost not being a barrier to fun and nutrition during the school holidays.”

For more information visit the HAF website or please call Slough Family Information Service on 01753 476589 or Email: fis@slough.gov.uk

In addition to this programme, families who are eligible for Universal Credit may be able to claim back up to 85% of their childcare costs. Please visit Help paying for your childcare on Childcare Choices website to find out more. 






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