WITH THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS approaching, parents and carers are now able to access School’s Out 2012 online to start planning activities for their children. School’s Out encourages children to keep active throughout the summer holidays.
School’s Out 2012 is now available via the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website and from 2nd July parents and carers will be able to book activities online.
As well as accessing the 40 page booklet electronically, over 20,000 copies will be sent directly to the homes of primary school aged children and those aged between 11 and 13 who attend school in the East Riding in early July. Copies of the booklet will also be available from a number of council outlets including customer service centres, libraries, leisure centres and schools.
Lesley Gilson, manager for the Families Information Service Hub (FISH) said: “School’s Out 2012 promises to be another success as the booklet is packed full of fun activities including archery, canoeing and den making as well as activities for those children with additional needs.”
School’s Out 2012 can be found by logging on to www.fish.eastriding.gov.uk and selecting the Out-of-school activities page.
An activity planner and feedback form are also available to download, and those who complete the feedback form and return it by Thursday, 6th September 2012 will be entered into a draw to win prizes including a £120 voucher to spend at Cliff Pratt Cycles.