Exe Valley Churches Holiday Club 2019 - Who Am I?
This year’s Holiday Club is taking place from Tuesday the 6th of August to Friday 9th of August at Calverleigh Village Hall, 10.30am-3.30pm starting on Tuesday 6th of August, for four days of fun and learning.
The Holiday Club is for children of primary school age, but if you are older you are welcome to come along as a helper.
This year’s theme is ‘Who Am I?’ We shall be learning about the stories of David from the shepherd boy, to his standoff with Goliath, to him becoming King and a musician. We shall be learning through songs, stories and activities that this year includes Lego. In the afternoons we shall be taking part in crafts and sports.
After the Friday afternoon session which finishes at 3.30pm we are having a magician to entertain the children and we shall follow this with a celebration at 4.30pm to which families are invited to join us, followed by a family barbecue until 6.30pm
Sunday’s Celebration service will be at Calverleigh at 10.30 on Sunday 11thof August
This year we once again have ‘Prayer with a bear’ for the under 5’s, from 10.30 to 11.30 where you are welcome to join us, there will be a separate area for the younger ones to play and take part in an activity, whilst parents chat and have coffee. You are also welcome to join us as we begin our programme for the day with songs and stories. Anyone who has under 5’s and not children coming to Holiday are also very welcome.
If you would like to come along to holiday club please download and complete the registration form (DOC) and return it to the address at the bottom of the form. If you know of anyone else who would like to come please pass on my contact details and If you have any questions about Holiday club please contact me.
Cindy on 01363 866621 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Exe Valley Mission Community is a community of nine churches and each church has a detailed Policy in place which meets the standard required by the Diocese. All those who are involved in work with, or come into contact with, vulnerable adults or children are required to undertake training at the appropriate level. This includes Church Council (PCC) members, clergy and the Safeguarding Officers for each parish. The training is provided by the Diocese and its aim is to set safeguarding in the context of the church, and to familiarise trainees with church and state legislation, policies and practice.
The Safeguarding Officer of each parish reviews the Policy every year and any changes are reported to the PCC.
A copy of the Policy is available from the Safeguarding Officer for the Mission Community, Cindy Trick, whose email is email@example.com
- PCC Safeguarding Policy - Holiday Club (PDF)
- Use of photographs of children - Holiday Club (PDF)
- Safeguarding - Mission Community (PDF)