Last updated: 14th July 2021

We are doing everything we can to try and provide a safe environment in our woodland camp in relation to COVID-19. By implementing a number of protective measures, we will be limiting the risk of infection.

Being outdoors is a much safer type of location than many. However, we have thoroughly risk assessed our site, our activities and our operating procedures in order to minimise any risk of infection whilst in the woodland camp. These measures include:

  • Hand washing facilities and promotion of regular hand washing
  • Cleaning of all ‘touch points’ (e.g. tool handles, taps, soap dispensers, toilets) and quarantining items that cannot be adequately cleaned (e.g. mud kitchen items) between groups
  • Adapting our activity offering to facilitate good distancing and to minimise the need for participants to touch the same things
  • Covid-secure measures (e.g. hand washing and distancing) discussed in welcome brief and reinforced by leaders throughout sessions
  • Staggering arrival and departure times for some groups and adapting drop off/pick up arrangements

 The following points must be adhered to:

  • Staff and children should not attend if they have symptoms however mild or if anyone in their household has symptoms. To check your symptoms, click here.

Download the latest version of the DfE guidance for out of school clubs:

Protective measures for holiday and after-school clubs and other out of school settings ( July 2021)

Summary for parents of the current situation regarding out of school clubs:

Guidance for parents and carers of children attending out of school settings during the Covid-19 outbreak

Please read Covid 19 Policy here

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