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6. What does my child have to bring?

Children should bring a packed and healthy lunch as well as snacks to have in break times. Water should also be brought in a refillable bottle. All children must also bring a sun hat and come to the camp wearing sunscreen. Unless you advise otherwise, sunscreen will be provided through the day and leaders will assist children in applying this. Please ensure that all belongings are labelled with your child’s name.

7. What should my child wear?

Comfortable clothes such as shorts or pants, t-shirts and a jumper in cooler weather. Please ensure that all clothing and belongings are labeled with your child’s name.

8. What should my child not bring?

Please ensure your child does not bring valuable toys or money to the camp, including ipods, PSP’s, Gameboys etc. Mobile phones are also not advised, as we cannot be held responsible if they go missing. If a child needs to be contacted, please go through the Kids Up Front Team Leader : Karin 0417 432 002 during camp time. If it is absolutely necessary that a child have a mobile phone present at camp, please advise staff. Kids Up Front is not liable for any personal items lost or damaged whilst at Kids Up Front Holiday Camp.

9. What is the drop off / pick up procedure?

When you drop off and pick up your child at Kids Up Front, we ask that you sign in/out your child and check the contact details we have are correct.

10. How are the children grouped?

Children are grouped according to age, with a maximum of 20 children in each group. The age groups are determined according to the numbers of children in each age group, for example if there are lots of 10 year olds we will form a 10 year old group. Otherwise, we normally have groups that contain these age ranges. Groups are organized at the discretion of Kids Up Front management.

    • 5–6

    • 7–8

    • 9 – 10

    • 11-12

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    What will my child be doing at Kids Up Front Holiday Camp?

During the structured camp times of 9:00am to 3:00pm, children will be constantly involved with their group participating in many activity sessions per day. Kids will get to do many different activities following a timetable that allows for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea breaks. The week builds up to the Showcase on the Friday afternoon where children perform what the have been learning during the camp! The day goes as follows:

Time

Activity

9:00

Arrive – group games

9:15

Session 1

10:00

Session 2

10:45

Recess

11:15

Session 3

12:00

Session 4

12:45

Lunch

1:30

Elective or Group Singing

2:15

Showcase Practice

3:00

Home time

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