Twyford Easter Football Camp - Year 6 – Easter School holidays 2023
- 10:00 - 15:00
- 11/04/2023 - 14/04/2023
- Ages 10 - 11
- Stanlake Meadow Recreation Ground,
|An after school activity over a school term encouraging participants to learn new skills, have fun and participate with their school friends. The activities main objectives are to increase both physical, mental health and wellbeing to all the participants. Many of the skills learnt will be game based, giving participants the opportunity to emulate their Reading FC men’s and women’s favourite players.|
|Please note, parents/guardians of participants who have epilepsy should notify the Trust before booking sessions so the specificities of the child’s condition can be discussed in detail to ensure their health and safety is prioritised.|
|Please note at this time we can not accept the following disabilities /medical condition:|
|Reading FC Community Trust cannot be held responsible for anything that comes to light after the booking is made and may jeopardise any treatment in the event of an accident.
Children attending courses should not be let unsupervised at the venue until the course day starts and ends.
We expect parents/guardians to collect their children promptly at the end of the session. If children are not collected within 30 minutes the relevant action will be taken to ensure the safety of the child.
For Reading FC Community Trust’s policies and procedures (including Safeguarding Policy) please visit: https://www.readingfc.co.uk/community-trust/policies
No refunds will be given unless RFC Community Trust cancel the course, but credit notes may be issued upon receipt of a written letter should they be ill and unable to attend (a £5.00 admin fee will be applied).
When attending sessions, neither the Pupil nor the Parent/Carer/Guardian will be suffering from any contagious illness, disease, injury, or anything similar. It is the Parent/Carer/Guardian responsibility to inform Reading FC Community Trust about any condition that could affect their child’s performance during sessions. You agree to inform us of any changes, as soon as you become aware of them by contacting the office (see below).
Emergency evacuation purposes: Please inform the coaching team if you intend to leave the session early for any reason.
For insurance purposes: Please keep siblings, buggies, and associated equipment off the playing area at all times.
Foods hazard: Food will only be eaten during organised breaks and should not be eaten during any football/ sports session to avoid the hazard of choking.
Safeguarding & Child protection: To comply with our ‘Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy’ and best practice, we request that parents/carers DO NOT take photographs or videos at sessions. Our coaches will do their best to enforce this; however, due to the nature of their works during sessions, no guarantee is given that they can enforce this. On occasions, Reading FC community Trust may organise photo shoots, but if only parental consents have been obtained.
Our Classes: Are designed with pupil’s physical, social, cognitive, and emotional development in mind. Moving children into classes before a certain age could be challenging for them and detrimental to their progress. We have therefore, applied a minimum and maximum age to each level, which is based around these considerations and must be adhered to. Reading FC Community Trust may decide to move children up age groups dependent on their physical, technical and mental ability.
Please direct any questions and queries to Carol Moss: 01189681480, [email protected].
|Day||Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday|
|Venue||Stanlake Meadow Recreation Ground,|
|Address||Waltham Road, Twyford. RG10 0AB|
|Course Start Date||11 Apr 2023|
|Course End Date||14 Apr 2023|
|Special Requirements||Football kit which must include Shinpads & appropriate footwear If astro - Astro trainers or ordinary trainers - no studded/ moulded boots -Studded boots only on Grass. Packed lunch. Plenty to drink and protection according to weather conditions|