Salford HAF Smile Summer Play Camp

Summer Fun for Jewish Children with SE Needs

Mentored by

The Fed

Location address: Manchester, M25 9SB
Chosen age group:

Ages: children 5 - 16 · adults 18+ years

Available tickets:
Free HAF Ticket Free
Next date: None - Register your interest
Funded by Salford City Council
Universal holiday club with SEND support
What we'll do
The Fed’s Project Smile Play & Learn Service offers regular group sessions and school holiday play-camps to benefit Jewish children aged 5 - 16 years who have a diverse range of complex learning, developmental and physical care needs. These take place at The Fed's Children's Centre and secure outdoor play-area and garden at Heathlands Village, M25 9SB. We offer a variety of fun activities including:  sports and exercise such as outside play, cycling and table games, arts and crafts, imaginative play, sensory activities, life-skills, gardening, nature awareness, baking and cookery skills, circus skills, animal therapy, Jewish cultural celebrations, fiestas and parties, intergenerational events and day trips. All sessions are co-ordinated by our skilled, experienced and trained Play Leader and play workers who provide a safe and nurturing environment for children to have fun and progress. .  A hot kosher meal, snacks and refreshments are provided during the play camps, and snacks and refreshments during weekly group sessions. Please note that the centre observes strict Kashrus. To book a place for your child on either our weekly groups or holiday camps, please email: advice@thefed.org.uk or leave a telephone message with The Fed’s Customer Services department on:  (0161)  772 4800.
About your mentor
The Fed
Stay 'n' Play
The Fed Summer 2023 The Fed’s Project Smile Play & Learn Service offers groups and school holiday play camps to benefit Jewish children aged 5 - 16 years, with a diverse range of complex learning, mental and physical needs. These take place at The Fed's Children's Centre and secure outdoor play-area and garden at Heathlands Village, M25 9SB. We offer a variety of fun activities including:  sports and exercise such as outside play, cycling and table games, arts and crafts, imaginative play, sensory activities, life-skills, gardening, nature awareness, baking and cookery skills, circus skills, animal therapy, Jewish cultural celebrations, fiestas and parties, intergenerational events and day trips. All sessions are co-ordinated by our skilled, experienced and trained Play Leader and play workers who provide a safe and nurturing environment for children to have fun and progress. .  A hot kosher meal, snacks and refreshments are provided during the play camps, and snacks and refreshments during weekly group sessions. Please note that the centre observes strict Kashrus. To book a place for your child on either our weekly groups or holiday camps, please email: advice@thefed.org.uk or leave a telephone message with The Fed’s Customer Services department on:  (0161)  772 4800.
Learning aims
Aim 1
Learning to play and be inclusive.
Aim 3
Learning to play and form friendships.
Aim 5
Learning how to eat healthily.
Aim 7
Learning to improve physical skills - i.e. learn to ride a bike.
Aim 9
Daily living skills.
Aim 2
Learning to share and take turns.
Aim 4
Learning how to keep safe.
Aim 6
Learning responsibility.
Aim 8
Learning to grow our own food.
Pricing information
Ticket nameFree HAF Ticket
Price£0
PHOTO GALLERY
Where we'll be
The Federation of Jewish Services, Heathlands Drive, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M25 9SB
WHAT’S PROVIDED
Drinks
Snacks
Meals
Equipment
Safety
Enhanced DBS
Risk Assessment
Public Liability Insurance
Safeguarding Training
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit
Smoke Detector

Please note

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Cancellation Policy
Free bookings do not require refunds but as places are limited, please cancel if you cannot attend so that your place can be offered to someone else.

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.