Our Summer Sports Camps 2020 remain

 OPEN!

Following the recent easing of the UK Lock-Down rules and after an extensive consultation period we are happy to say that our summer sports camps remain OPEN and OPERATIONAL.

 

This good news will allow us to once more provide affordable, high quality childcare for children aged 4 to 16 at a time when it may be greatly needed by parents and carers in the local community and in the wider region.   

Thank you again for your continued support and we hope to see many of you again book onto our camps this summer!​

 

July Update:

On the 13th July the Government released updated guidance and support pertaining to the protective measures for holiday or after-school clubs and other out-of-school settings guidance with more information on group sizes and the considerations that need to be made, and the opening of indoor sports facilities from 25 July, including indoor gyms, sports courts and fitness and dance studios.

Having read this guidance we have made some alterations to our COVID-19 strategic plan, in turn leading to some updates to our previous COVID-19 policy and procedure (risk assessment). These adaptations can be found below.

AK-tivities Limited FAQs

Summer Sports Camps 2020 COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

Updated: 13th July 2020

This document has been based on Public Health England guidelines to support schools and childcare settings in the management of Sport and Physical Activity during the phased return to schools, along with the advice shared by the Association for Physical Education (AfPE). This document provides recommendations for Physical Activity contexts to support physical distancing when equipment cannot be shared between young people, and they must be 2 meters apart. These suggestions have been based upon the most up to date information released by the UK Government. These recommendations are based on the types of movement typically found in a multi-Activity setting during activities session, ‘base camp’ movements, pick up & drop offs, breaks & lunchtimes and incidental movement

Decide who should be on site:

Any and all Clinically extremely vulnerable people or vulnerable people should remain away from any and all AK-tivites Summer Sports Camp sites. We accept no liability should any individual become infected with the COVID-19 infectious strain if in violation of the advice and recommendations made below.

 

To keep employees safe you should:

  • minimise the number of people on site

Members of the AK-tivites Summer Sports Camp Team will work in rotational bubbles to reduce possible spread of any suspected COVID-19 case and will themselves undergo regular temperature tests. Numbers of AK-tivities Summer Sports Camp Staff will be reduced to essential staff who are required to ensure adequate care for those attending children.

All AK-tivites Summer Sports Camp Staff will need to undergo a full day of extensive COVID-19 training which will include a section on spotting signs and symptoms of infection.

Any and all members of the AK-tivites Team displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will be instructed to remain in quarantine immediately at home with all other members of his or her ‘staff bubble’ being informed and subsequently needing to remain within quarantine following government advice.

  • explain new procedure and provide training where necessary

All AK-tivites Summer Sports Camp Staff will need to undergo a full day of extensive COVID-19 training int eh run up to camps.

 

How to ensure social distancing on site

  • put up signs to remind people to social distance

Signs and instructional posters will be clearly displayed around the site to remind all staff, parents and children of the 2m social distancing rule in place.

  • keep the number of people on site to a minimum

Swavesey Village College will remain a locked site during the day with only AK-tivities Staff, Essential SVC Staff and children on site during working hours of the camps.

  • wash your hands and clothes after helping someone in an emergency

Additional hand washing stations have been erected around the SVC Site to increase the opportunity and availability of hand washing throughout the day. In addition to this all children and staff will be required to either wash their hands or use hand sanitiser before and after each activity and prior to consuming food at break or lunch times.

All AK-tivities Staff will be provided face masks to wear during their working hours.

  • make sure you have enough appropriately trained staff to keep people safe (for example, having dedicated staff to encourage social distancing or to manage security)

All AK-tivities Staff will undergo full COVID-19 training which will include the need for social distancing and methods of enforcing this in a non-threatening manner.

Where you cannot stay 2 meters apart, you should:

  • only work together up to 15 minutes at a time

Activity groups will be designated separate ‘base camp’ rooms, each with their own entrance/exits socially distanced from each other. No break period allowing for free movement within an enclosed space will last longer than 15mins.

Equipment will not be permitted to be shared between rooms at any time during the day unless thoroughly cleaned and disinfected first by a member of senior camp staff.

Groups will take part in activities which take place in areas separate to each other and will avoid any contact with groups during change over through staggered activity times and one-way systems for movement around the camp site closely monitored by activity group leaders.

  • wash hands and clean surfaces regularly

Additional hand washing stations have been erected around the SVC Site to increase the opportunity and availability of hand washing throughout the day. In addition to this all children and staff will be required to either wash their hands or use hand sanitiser before and after each activity and prior to consuming food at break or lunch times.

All surfaces will be cleaned periodically throughout the day with disinfectant to reduce the risk of infection through cross contamination fo surfaces. All equipment, surfaces and facilities will also be cleaned thoroughly at the start and end of each day.

  • use screens and barriers to separate people where possible

Barriers and floor markings will be in place during drop-offs and pick-ups. A clear queuing system observing 2m social distancing will be in place with staff on hand to ensure distancing is observed by customers and children. In addition, no parents or guardians will be allowed into any active childcare area at any point. Staff will be on hand to assist the movement of children into and out of any active summer camp setting.

  • work side by side or back-to-back rather than face-to-face

All practical sessions will be specially redesigned to ensure limited interaction between children and use of equipment will be monitored closely to ensure suitable levels of cleaning and sanitisation.

  • have fixed teams to minimise exposure

Members of the AK-tivites Summer Sports Camp Team will work in rotational bubbles to reduce possible spread of any suspected COVID-19 case and will themselves undergo regular temperature tests.

 

Entrances and exits

  • stagger arrival and departure times

Arrival and Departure times will continue to be staggered as per the standard, extended and late pick-ups available on request when making a booking.

  • open more entrances and exits to the site

Activity groups will be designated separate ‘base camp’ rooms, each with their own entrance/exits socially distanced from each other.

  • mark a one-way flow where possible

Groups will remain separate to each other and will avoid any contact with other groups during change over through staggered activity times and one-way systems for movement around the camp site closely monitored by activity group leaders.

  • provide hand washing facilities or hand sanitiser

Additional hand washing stations have been erected around the SVC Site to increase the opportunity and availability of hand washing throughout the day. In addition to this all children and staff will be required to either wash their hands or use hand sanitiser before and after each activity and prior to consuming food at break or lunch times.

Each group will be provided a designated ‘wash’ site where members of this ‘bubble’ will wash their hands, kept geographically separate from other ‘bubbles’

  • provide more parking

Large parking facilities are already available at both front and rear entrances of the SVC Site.

  • provide facilities to help people cycle, run or walk to work, for example bike racks

The SVC Site currently and will remain to provide clear access to both bikes and to people travelling by foot. Bike racks remain available with the facility to clean both the racking area and bike prior to and after use.

  • make sure it’s safe to queue and not in the way of traffic (for example, you can route the queues behind permanent physical structures such as street furniture, bike racks or bollards, or put up barriers)

All ques for pick up and drop off will feature effective and pre-planned use of Barriers and floor markings. A clear queuing system observing 2m social distancing will be in place with staff on hand to ensure distancing is observed by customers and children.

 

Moving around the site

  • close off areas that are not essential

All areas not in use by AK-tivities or being cleaned by SVC and AK-tivities staff will be locked and closed off at all times. Facilities being used will be rotated on a day to day basis to allow for extensive cleaning prior to and after use.

  • keep workstations 2 meters apart where possible

Any and all workstations used in any activity will be 2m apart and cleaned prior to and after use. Any and all workstations (including tables) will be removed from all basecamp areas.

  • avoid sharing workstations, for example by assigning employees to one role

Any and all workstations in non-essential areas will be removed.

  • avoid people passing objects, for example by having drop-off stations

All pick-ups and drop-offs will be conducted by a member of AK-tivities staff electronically to reduce the risk of material exchange. Any and all correspondence required throughout the interaction between staff and parent or child will be (such as accident records) will be conducted electronically via email. Where a member of staff is required to handle anything that may be passed onto a parent or child, this will be done with the single use of disposable plastic gloves.

  • have a dedicated space for each team (you might have to change the layout of your site)

Activity groups will be designated separate ‘base camp’ rooms, each with their own entrance/exits socially distanced from each other. No break period allowing for free movement within an enclosed space will last longer than 15mins.

Groups will take part in activities which take place in areas separate to each other and will avoid any contact with groups during change over through staggered activity times and one-way systems for movement around the camp site closely monitored by activity group leaders.

  • have 2 meter floor markings where people queue, for example toilets, changing rooms and other common areas

Clear and monitored floor markings will be used for pick-ups and drop-offs to allow parents a visible indicator of 2m distancing. Additional floor markings will be placed in toilet facilities, in addition to larger ‘open’ toilet facilities being used and smaller closed toilet areas being closed off to attending children.

  • stagger break times and, if possible, have breaks outdoors

Each group ‘bubble’ will have a separate break area which will be outside (if possible). If not possible all enclosed areas will observe 2m distancing when contact will be 15mins or more. In addition, all indoor areas will be well ventilated with doors and window fully open and monitored by AK-tivities staff.

  • use freed up space from people working remotely to create break areas

Additional ‘break areas’ will be made available for staff and children when required, which will be cleaned thoroughly after use.

  • provide packaged meals instead of opening the canteen

All children on our AK-tivities camps are required to bring their own packed lunch as food is not provided. No sharing of meals or items will be permitted to avoid/reduce the risk of possible cross contamination.

Tuck shop facilities will be available; however, this will be conducted by request from assistance will no handling of items allowed by children prior to purchase. Staff members in operational control of the tuck shop will wear suitable PPE (including disposable gloves, face mask and apron).

 

Cleaning:

If someone has symptoms follow the specific instructions for cleaning after a case of COVID‑19.

To minimise the risk of the virus spreading you should:

  • clean the site before you reopen

All surfaces and equipment will be cleaned both prior to and after use by a dedicated ‘clean up’ team trained and competent in use of chemical disinfectants.

  • clean work areas, surfaces and equipment frequently between use with your usual cleaning products

All surfaces and equipment will be cleaned both prior to and after use by a dedicated ‘clean up’ team trained and competent in use of chemical disinfectants.

  • clean busy areas more often and more thoroughly

In areas such as ‘Base Camp’, cleaning rotations will be more frequent to ensure areas are cleaned fully between their use. At no point can groups be allowed to use areas which have been used by another group prior to being fully cleaned with disinfectant.

  • restrict the use of items that are touched often

Equipment will not be permitted to be shared between rooms at any time during the day unless thoroughly cleaned and disinfected first by a member of senior camp staff.

All equipment used during any activity will also be cleaned in full prior to and after each use.

All Summer camp activities will undergo a full risk assessment with added ‘COVID-19’ consideration. Focus on equipment use will feature heavily, meaning numerous ‘usual’ activities will not be able to run due to increased infection risk as highlighted by any of these completed risk assessments. Such activities may include (but are not limited to): Slip n’ slide, dodgeball, handball, zorbing, rounders, ultimate frisbee, face painting, mat sliding, soft play, bouncy castle madness and Lego madness.

Individualise activities will feature prominently during the summer camp timetable to help ease social distancing.

Activities will feature predominantly during the summer camp timetable that require little or no sharing of equipment and no contact between children and/or staff (unless necessary to ensure a child’s safety).

  • provide more bins and empty them more often

Additional Bins have been placed around the SVC Site and are emptied periodically throughout the day.

  • clear workspaces and remove waste and belongings from the area at the end of a shift

Children are provided clear and consistent designated areas to store their belongings during the day within a socially distanced area which remains well ventilated.

Hand washing, toilets, changing rooms and showers

  • use signs and posters with instructions for employees to wash their hands for 20 seconds as often as possible, to avoid touching their faces and to catch coughs and sneezes in tissues

All washing areas will clearly display signs and instructional posters showing/urging Staff and Children to wash their hands for 20 seconds as often as possible, to avoid touching their faces and to catch coughs and sneezes in tissues

  • remind employees regularly to wash their hands, especially if they handle goods and merchandise

Regular and routine cleaning of Staff and Children’s hands is built into the daily schedule. Prior to and after each activity session, also prior to all occasions where food may be consumed staff and children are monitored I the cleaning of their hands either by washing them or through the use of hand sanitiser.

  • provide hand sanitiser throughout the site and in washrooms

Hand sanitiser will be a feature throughout all workable/activity areas and at pick-up and drop-ff areas for use by Staff, Children and Parents. Use of Hand sanitiser prior to entering the camps by children and staff will be mandatory.

  • provide hand-washing facilities or hand sanitiser where people handle goods and merchandise

Hand sanitiser will be a feature throughout all workable/activity areas and at pick-up and drop-ff areas for use by Staff, Children and Parents. Use of Hand sanitiser prior to entering the camps by children and staff will be mandatory.

  • make sure toilets are kept clean at all times

Toilet and hand washing facilities will be inspected by the site manager periodically throughout the day to ensure high standards of cleanliness are maintained. Use of washrooms will be rotated daily to allow for daily ‘deep cleans’

  • provide paper towels or electric dryers

Disposable paper towels will be provided in all activity, based camp and washroom areas. In addition to paper towels electric dryers will be provided in washroom settings.

  • close changing rooms and showers, if you can

All changing rooms will be closed with all activities that required their use being removed from the daily itinerary.

 

Protecting customers, visitors and contractors on site. 

  • explain social distancing when visitors arrive (you can also use signs)

Signs and instructional posters will be clearly displayed around the site to remind all staff, parents and children of the 2m social distancing rule in place.

  • limit the number of visitors or customers at any one time so people can social distance

Arrival and Departure times will continue to be staggered as per the standard, extended and late pick-ups available on request when making a booking. In addition, no parent or carer will be allowed into active childcare settings

  • keep contact with contractors to a minimum

Specialist instructors will only be used when there is no possible alternative. If used, they will undergo full COVID-19 training and adhere to those procedural policies outlined in this document.  

  • keep a record of visitors if you can

All visitors, staff and children’s attendance and contact details will be recorded and kept in line with government ‘track and trace’ guidelines.

  • have 2 meter floor markings for queues

Floor markings will be clearly visible to highlight 2m distances where queuing or prolonged periods of standing may be unavoidable.

  • make sure it’s safe to queue and not in the way of traffic (for example, you can route the queues behind permanent physical structures such as street furniture, bike racks or bollards, or put up barriers)

Barriers and floor markings will be used to ensure all ques take place on site and in a safe environment to ensure the reduced risk of injury, harm or infection to anyone on site.

Keeping safe in meetings

  • only have meetings in person if you cannot meet remotely

Morning staff meetings will take place in a Large open space (outdoors if possible – weather dependant) observing 2meter distancing.

  • not share objects like pens

Each member of staff will be allocated a ‘day bag’ containing first aid kit, gloves, face mask, walkie talkie and pen. The contents of these day bags will remain the responsibility of the staff member in possession and will not swap or share its contents. At the start and end of each day each ‘day bag’ and its contents will be cleaned fully with disinfectant.

AK-tivities staff will be provided clothing for the day which will be taken back in and washed each day by the site manager.

  • have hand sanitiser in meeting rooms

Hand sanitiser will be a feature throughout all workable/activity areas and its use will feature heavily as part of the morning meeting routine.

[July Update] Considering group sizes

Decisions on group sizes for your setting should be based on:

  • the current government guidance on social distancing

  • the ability of the children in attendance to maintain social distancing

  • the age of the children in attendance

  • nature of your activity or provision (for example, static, classroom set-up rather than an activity that requires a range of movement)

  • the size or layout of your premises

To reduce the risk of transmission within a setting, providers should aim to minimise the number of different people each child comes into contact with. As such, providers should seek to maintain small, consistent groups of no more than 15 children and at least one staff member. Providers must use their best judgement in creating and frequently reviewing groups in order to minimise the amount of ‘mixing’ (for example, the number of different people each child comes into contact with); and should also ensure they are keeping up-to-date records of the children attending their settings, including the specific groups and members of staff they have been assigned to. Dependent on the factors listed above, you may need to have groups of less than 15 children. As always, any decisions should be taken with full consideration of any ongoing welfare needs or safeguarding concerns.

Activity group 'Bubbles' with be created with consideration of attendance, age and the nature of the activity provision. This will be practically delivered through the formation of the following activity bubbles (maintained throughout the activity camps to reduce possible mixing where possible) Red Group (4-6yr olds), Blue Group (7-9yr olds), Yellow Group (10yrs+) and Purple Group (reserved for our leadership program 12yrs+). All groups will remain separate to each other at all times and have a minimum of 2 staff members present at all times.

All attending children must provide detailed medical and contact details when completing their booking onto camp. This data will also influence the formation of specific 'activity group bubbles' completed by the duty manager and director to ensure a consistent and compliant approach to group formation. 

If you are operating provision for multiple small groups of children throughout the day, you should allow sufficient changeover time between different groups to allow for cleaning to take place and to prevent children and parents or carers waiting in large groups.

All equipment is to be cleaned and disinfected both prior to and after use by a specific group and/or individual where contact is made by the hands or face. Time has been built into the activity time table to allow suitable levels of cleaning to be completed over the course of the day and between activities. Activities have also been chosen for or adapted to meet the requirements of social distancing and minimal equipment use. 

[July Update] Indoor provision

As the risk of transmission is considerably lower outdoors, providers who normally run sessions indoors should consider whether they are able to do so safely outside.

All activities wherever possible will take place outside, with activity group bubble being geographically distanced to allow for minimal interaction. 

Providers who offer indoor sports activities for children should refer to the guidance on Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19) for providers of grassroots sports and gym / leisure facilities.

Where indoor space is required and unavoidable (e.g wet weather) a range of indoor spaces will be used to ensure maximum space and ventilation is allowed. 

[July Update] Outdoor provision

Even though the risk of transmission is considered to be lower outdoors, it is still important that providers who offer outdoor activities for children put in place the hierarchy of controls outlined above. The guidance for providers of outdoor facilities on the phased return of sport and recreation advises on specific protective measures that should be put in place to run safer outdoor provision during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, including:

  • minimising contact with individuals who are unwell by ensuring that those who have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, or who have someone in their household who does, or who have been advised by NHS Test & Trace to self-isolate do not attend your setting

  • keeping facilities and equipment clean - touch points (e.g. handrails and gates) should be particular areas of focus for increased cleaning

  • using signs, posters and regular reminders to build awareness of good hand washing technique, the need to increase hand washing frequency, avoid touching your face, and to cough or sneeze into your arm rather than your hand

  • providing more waste facilities and more frequent rubbish collection

  • providing hand sanitiser in multiple locations

  • using disposable paper towels in hand washing facilities, where possible

  • minimising use of portable toilets

  • setting clear use and cleaning guidance for toilets to ensure they are kept clean and social distancing is achieved

All Staff members will be trained on the use of and carry with them suitable materials to perform cleaning duties throughout the day, hand sanitiser for continual use by staff and children and PPE to adequately deal with interactions between staff and attending children. Regular toilet and hand washing breaks have been built into the days routine and staggered use of toilet / hand washing facilities has been planned to allow suitable time for cleaning and minimal mixing of attending children. The number o Bins available for waste disposal throughout the site has been increased and the use of one way systems, clear signage and instructions on daily routines has been erected. 

[July Update] How should you manage toilet usage?

It is not necessary for each class or group to use a separate toilet. However, you should consider how you can limit the number of children using the toilet at any one time and, where possible, you should avoid different groups using the same facilities at the same time. Importantly, you should promote good hand hygiene and encourage all children to wash their hands thoroughly, with soap and running water for 20 seconds, after using toilet facilities.

As with all frequently used surfaces, toilets should be cleaned thoroughly using standard products such as detergent and bleach. The frequency of cleaning required will depend on usage but is advised to be more frequently than might have been previously considered appropriate. In most cases we expect cleaning of toilet facilities to take place at least twice a day, and in particular between use by different classes and groups.

All toilet facilities will be cleaned, inspected and signed off by camp management at least twice a day with groups using separate facilities where possible. If this is not possible the frequency of cleaning must/will increase to directly reflect this increased use. All staff will instruct and monitor toilet use and hand washing, especially for younger children, using visual guides (int eh form of posters and signs) to educate all attending children on how to complete a suitable 20 second hand washing cycle (covered in staff basic/mandatory training). 

[July Update] Reviewing staff availability

As part of your risk assessment, you should consider appropriate staff:child ratios for your setting. You should have no more than 15 children per small consistent group and should have at least one staff member per group, though dependent on the circumstances of your provision you may need to have groups of less than 15 children.

 

When working out staff ratios you should consider how many staff you have available to work in your setting, as well as:

  • Do you have at least one person with first aid training available to work in your setting?

  • Do you have at least one person with up-to-date Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) training available to work in your setting? You may want to consider a deputy DSL to cover in the event of the DSL being unwell or otherwise unavailable.

  • Do you have a caretaker and / or cleaning staff available to work in your setting?

All staff MUST complete a mandatory training day where they will be educated on this policies and procedures set out in this document and the processes required in the safe care and monitoring of children whilst in this setting. All staff will work in minimum teams of 2 and random sport checks will be carried out throughout the day by the managerial team to ensure our high standards of care are being met. 

All managerial staff (4 in total) will be first aid and child protection trained/certified with a minimum of 2 trained DSL on site at all times. 

[July Update] Test and trace

If anyone in your setting becomes unwell with a new, continuous cough or a high temperature, or has a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia), they should be sent home and advised to follow the COVID-19: guidance for households with possible coronavirus (COVID-19) infection guidance. For more information, see the section below on what happens if there is a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in a setting.

If a child is awaiting collection indoors, they should be moved, if possible, to a room where they can be isolated behind a closed door, depending on the age of the child and with appropriate adult supervision. Ideally, a window should be opened for ventilation. If it is not possible to isolate them or you offer provision outside, you should move them to an area which is at least 2 metres away from other people.

If they need to go to the bathroom while waiting to be collected, they should use a separate bathroom if possible. The bathroom should be cleaned and disinfected using standard cleaning products and following the COVID-19: cleaning of non-healthcare settings guidance before being used by anyone else.

PPE should be worn by staff caring for the child while they await collection if a distance of 2 metres cannot be maintained (such as for a very young child or a child with complex needs).

[July Update] Reporting Suspected Cases of COVID-19 on Camp

 

When a child, young person or staff member develops symptoms compatible with coronavirus (COVID-19), they should be sent home and advised to self-isolate for 7 days and arrange to have a test to see if they have coronavirus COVID-19. They can do this by visiting NHS.UK to arrange or contact NHS 119 via telephone if they do not have internet access. Their fellow household members should self-isolate for 14 days.

Where the child, young person or staff member tests negative, they can return to the setting and the fellow household members can end their self-isolation.

If the child, young person or staff member tests negative but is unwell, they should not return to that setting until they are recovered.

Where the child, young person or staff member tests positive, NHS Test and Trace will speak directly to those they have been in contact with to offer advice. This advice may be that the rest of their class or group within the setting should be sent home and advised to self-isolate for 14 days.

As part of the national test and trace programme, if other cases are detected within the class or group or in the wider setting, Public Health England’s local health protection teams will conduct a rapid investigation and will advise on the most appropriate action to take. In some cases, a larger number of other children and young people may be asked to self-isolate at home as a precautionary measure – perhaps the whole class, group or site. Where settings are observing guidance on infection prevention and control, which will reduce risk of transmission, closure of the whole setting will not generally be necessary.

If you or anyone suspects that a member of your household or someone you have symptoms of COVID-19 we request that you follow the current government guidelines. Please contact the NHS 111 helpline for advice, taking steps to limit contact with others whilst ensuring yours and their health and wellbeing. It is the responsibility of the parent or carer to contact AK-tivities immediately by phone or email to inform us of the situation and for the identified child (and household) to remain quarantined as per current government guidelines.

 

Any child identified with signs or symptoms of COVID-19 whilst on camp will be immediately isolated and parents/carers contacted to collect the child using those contact details provided when making your booking. 

If any child registers a temperature of over 37.8C (deemed a one of the initial symptoms of COVID-19) they will be refused entry onto camp and not allowed back until either a negative test result is returned, or a full 14-day quarantined period has been completed from the day for the initial report of signs/symptoms.

All parents and carers of children within the activity group where a possible case of COVID-19 has been reported will be informed via email within 12hrs of the initial report being received. This contact home will include next steps and further information and guidance recommended by the government and public health England.

Should any child become unable to attend our camps as a direct result of COVID-19 a full refund for those full days not attended beyond 48hrs of the initial report will be issue within a 10-day period. Any camp days missed within 48hrs of the initial reported case preventing attendance will be refunded in the form of a  like for like voucher that can be used to secure further camps days at any of our sites within a 3 year period.

As a response to this guidance, and advice from Public Health England we are continually reviewing our risk assessments and making suitable adjustments to current practice to ensure that the safety and well being of young people and adults is not compromised.

Thank you for you continued support, however should you have any questions regarding our new policies and procedures please do not hesitate to get in contact. 

 

Simon Atkinson  

Founder & CEO of AK-tivities Ltd.

Tel: 07956289797

Email: aktivtiies.ltd@gmail.com

07956289797

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