Latest All Active Camps COVID-19 Update
Our Protective Measures Policy
There is a hierarchy of measures that we will be following as set out by the Department for Education to help reduce the risk of direct and indirect transmission. We are taking very seriously our responsibility to ensure All Active Camps remains safe for the children in attendance, their family/household and our staff.
1. Avoiding contact with anyone with symptoms.
Any children who have coronavirus symptoms, or who have someone in their household who does, will not be allowed on site.
On arrival of the premises, families will be expected to adhere to social distancing. Only one family allowed at the booking in/out desk at a time. We will make clear on entrance to the site. Only one parent/guardian should accompany each family of children.
We politely ask parents to wear a mask when at the registration desk.
Families should not under any circumstances remain on site to communicate with other families.
Social distancing will be practiced as much as possible among the children in attendance each day.
PPE will be available for staff in circumstances where a child starts showing symptoms whilst at the camp and intimate care is required.
A separate room will be available for anyone who starts showing symptoms whilst at the camp in order to isolate safely and instantly from others. A member of staff will be present with them at all times and parent/guardian will be called immediately to collect. Parents should then follow the COVID-19: guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection government guidance.
2. Frequent hand cleaning and good respiratory hygiene practices
Children will be required to wash their hands with soap and water thoroughly for 20 seconds, more often than normal, including immediately on arrival, before and after eating, and after coughing or sneezing. Hand sanitiser will also be available.
Assistance will be given to any children who struggle to wash hands independently.
We will ensure good respiratory hygiene by promoting the ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ approach.
Children should not bring any items from home other than a lunch box & drinks bottle plus a hat and suncream should the weather require.
Sharing items will be kept to a minimum.
Children will be encouraged not to touch their mouth, eyes and nose. If they do then they will be asked to wash hands.
3. Regular cleaning of settings.
We will follow the Covid-19: Cleaning of non-healthcare settings guidance.
We will clean surfaces that the children touch more regularly than normal using disinfectant and disposable cloths.
Equipment and furniture will be appropriately cleaned between groups using it.
Bins will be emptied daily.
Disposable gloves will be used when cleaning.
Doors and/or windows will be opened to aid ventilation.
Outdoor spaces will be used as much as possible.
4. Minimising Contact and Mixing
Children will only be allowed to mix in a small, consistent group/pod. (maximum of 15). Each group/pod will work with the same coach throughout the day.
Numbers will be limited to 4 groups/pods of up to 15 children per day. (Total not to exceed 60 children)
We will restrict the number of shared resources/equipment where possible within each group/pod. Shared resources/equipment will be cleaned more regularly and always between each group/pod.
The environment will be altered to help to minimise contact, in particular ensuring each group/pod remain suitably distanced from each other.
We will restrict use of the school to the Sports Hall, Classroom, Gymnasium, Changing Rooms and Outside Facilities.