What is HAF Programme
The Holiday, Activities and Food Programme is a Government funded scheme that aims to provide childcare and nutritional meals to children from disadvantaged families during the school holidays.
Marcus Rashford, the England footballer, brought childhood food poverty during the school holidays to the public's attention during 2020, and this year saw the government increase funding to the tune of £220 million to help these children and families.
- Children on Free School Meals (FSM)
- Pupil Premium children
- Children assessed as being in need
- Looked-after children
- Children with an EHC plan
- Children assesed as otherwise vulnerable
- Children living in areas of high deprivation
Please see below for details on how to book your child's place on our camps through the HAF programme.
LLSSP is proud to continue supporting our local authority partners to deliver the Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme during the School holidays
Before making your booking, please check that your child is eligible for the HAF programme as you will need to provide your child's unique booking code supplied by Central Bedfordshire Council, before the booking can be confirmed by us.