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Join our holiday activities club for an incredible holiday of Fit, Fed & Fun at Brent Hub Community Enterprise Centre.
We hope to promote the achievements that positive endeavours bring to our community when young people are supported and empowered, by simply providing the space and time to focus on their mental health and wellbeing in a safe, fun and welcoming environment.
DHI HAC aims to offer the following activities over the 4 weeks period, Tennis, Boxing, Football, Ballet, Fencing, Steel Pans, Cooking, Arts and Craft, Trips (Oxygen, Cinema, Museum, Go Ape, Netball, Local History Walks, Nutritional Classes. Children will expect to receive at least 3-4 activities a day. These activities were chosen because they were hand picked by children of our previous provision, they are fun and are adapted to the needs of children of all abilities. Through these activities children will be encouraged to try new things, learn fundamental skills, knowledge and develop friendships through play. We hope for children to get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity a week.
All of our meals are designed to be filling and healthy to provide children with plenty of energy to play and have fun. We will serve healthy snacks/food with fresh or fruits/vegetables and freshwater. We can provide alternatives for children with allergies and intolerances.
DHI HAC will provide healthy meals and snacks for each child. Ensuring that they consume foods rich in nutrients, as well as providing a balanced diet. Healthy meals: provide at least one healthy meal a day and must meet the School Food Standards throughout the day. The expectation is that the food served by providers should be hot, although we acknowledge that there may be times (e.g. trips), where cold food is most appropriate. To eat more healthily over the school holidays; Nutritional education: daily activities aimed at improving children’s knowledge and awareness of healthy eating, e.g. trying new food, getting children involved in cooking. Food education for families and carers: HAF providers should make available weekly training and advice sessions for parents, carers or other family members. These should provide advice on how to source, prepare and cook nutritious and low-cost food.