Easter Holiday Free Activities Programme
Our Easter programme is here with lots of activities for children and young people of all ages. We still have the continued support of our funders so it’s FREE to anyone who would like to join in!
Please don’t forget if your child requires the support of our Play Inclusion Team, to contact us as soon as possible: please email email@example.com or phone 01803 850157.
You can also view the programme on our website: http://playtorbay.org.uk/holiday-programme/ or to download (1.25mb) please click here .
FREE LEARN TO RIDE SESSIONS!
Having trouble getting your child going on two wheels?
Torbay Council is offering Free Learn to Ride sessions to pupils in years 1 to 6. These will take place in the school holidays at Torbay Velopark with only two pupils to each instructor. We have an extremely high success rate at getting pupils riding in the two hour session.
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
For more details and to book a session for your child please call Phil Edwards at Two Wheels Tuition on 07711 252699 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE CRAFTY FOX CAFE AND HUB
The Crafty Fox Cafe and Hub is a community lead project. The job club (see flyer attached below) is one of a wide range of activities on offer.
Adventure Play in the Bay
This is part of Play Torbay's wider programme of opportunities offered to ALL young people living in Torbay. Adventure Play in the Bay provide support for disadvantaged and disabled children aged 4 - 19 to access adventurous and playful activities free of charge. Through Children in Need funding they are able to support children and young people who may have difficulty for social, physical or financial reasons in accessing this programme. They may be able to subsidise activities and provide inclusion support.
To find out more contact Jemma Collins on 07920 108 095 or email email@example.com
Scarlet Fever and Chickenpox
The Deputy Director of Health Protection for Devon, Cornwall & Somerset has written to all schools regarding the increase in cases of Scarlet Fever and Chickenpox. Her letter is attached below:
Please see leaflet below created by Anya Cowell, Deputy Head Girl
Torbay and Southern Devon Health and Care NHS Trust Health Visiting & School Nursing Service
This service has updated its web pages so all information that was previously distributed using traditional paper based formats can now be viewed online. This enables families and young people to be able to access up to date, timely information at their convenience.
To view this information please visit:
Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)
Visit the UK Safer Internet Centre website for e-safety tips, advice & resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet: http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/