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Protective measures for holiday or after-school clubs and other out-of-school settings for children during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

By July 2, 2020National News

Updated information on who should attend out-of-school settings in line with new national lockdown restrictions, group sizes with information on staff:bubble ratios, educational visits and trips in line with new national lockdown restrictions, staff who are clinically extremely vulnerable to reflect that shielding has been introduced nationally, and music, dance and drama provision to reflect that live performances should not take place.


Providers of out-of-school and holiday activities operate from a range of premises including schools and other regulated educational institutions, by arrangement with the proprietors of those institutions, and other community premises such as village halls, by arrangement with the owners or managers of those premises. 

The Department for Education wants to ensure, with these protective measures, that all providers are able to open in: 

  • their own premises 
  • education premises, such as schools or colleges (where providers would be using them outside of school hours, or when closed over school holiday periods) 
  • community-facing premises including village halls, community centres and places of worship 

For more information go to the Government website (opens in a new tab) 

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