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Holiday Activities and Food

 HAF SUMMER 22

If your child is eligible for a free place on our Summer Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme, they will receive a letter from their school. This letter will contain a unique registration 'HAF' code which you will need to enter exactly as shown to register your child and then view the activities. Registration opens at 4pm on 4 July 2022.

Background

The Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF) is a central government initiative that requires all Local Authorities to deliver a programme of inclusive activities including a hot meal over the school holidays for children aged 5 – 16 years. It is free to those who receive benefit related school meals.

We have teamed up with local organisations to develop a timetable of enriching activities where children will get the opportunity to try new things, work on arts and crafts, cookery and sport as well as receive a hot meal wherever possible.

The Department for Education has provided funding for this initiative.

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