Community providers and schools play a significant role in this programme
We need your support to put on activities and clubs for young people to attend, as well as offering healthy meals, throughout the school holidays.
The sessions help to create stronger local communities and support families who need it most.
Any community organisation including schools, church groups, Forest Schools, community facilities, clubs etc, can deliver T2M activities during the Easter, Summer and Christmas school holidays.
Providers will need to apply for funding through the relevant application form (see below for open applications) and ensure they meet the required minimum standards which are evidenced in a Service Level Agreement once approved.
- At least 50% of the contact time with the young people will be physical activity.
- An element of each day should be focused on food education and healthy diet, including nutritional education for parents and guardians.
- Further enriching activities will be delivered, providing children with opportunities to develop or consolidate skills or knowledge.
- Provide a hot meal (unless agreed by Active Cornwall) that adheres to the school food standards.
Christmas activity provider applications open
If so we want to work with you to offer sustainable provision encouraging children to be physically active, help them eat more healthy and have fun with current and new friends.
If you've joined us previously and wish to work with us again please make sure you get in touch - if you’re a new provider, with access to a village hall, community centre, open space, school or leisure centre and can provide a meal as part of the delivery, we also want to hear from you.
Become a coach this Christmas
We are looking for coaches to help support our upcoming Christmas Time2Move Holiday Programme!
We're helping people who really need this intervention. It's just win, win, all round."
Provider Training Grants
The Time2Move Holiday Programme wishes to award two new grants to providers this Christmas.
The Innovation Grant is open to those who that wish to test and learn in certain areas that address some of the challenges we face with the success of the programme.
Our Training Grant aims to support providers so your provision becomes sustainable.
- The parent/carer will book their child onto the programme using Playwaze, this is where they will select if their child is registered SEND or not.
- The T2M team picks this information up and sends it to Parent Carers Cornwall (PCC), which will call the families, to gather further information as to what support is required.
- PCC will then share this information with you as a provider.
- If providers feel they require extra staff to support this child, they can complete the request form.
- The T2M team will send this to our partner agencies that will source 1:1 support for the child who requires it.
- The agency or T2M team will then be in touch with you the provider to let you know that the extra support has been arranged.
Safeguarding all children
- All providers and schools will need to:
- Provide information, signposting or referrals to other services and support that would benefit the children.
- Demonstrate and explain your safeguarding arrangements with a lead Safeguarding Officer and have relevant and appropriate policies and procedures in place in relation to: safeguarding, health and safety, insurance, accessibility and inclusiveness.
- Have a qualified and identified first aider.
- Ensure all staff in regulated activity have completed:
- An enhanced DBS check
- A minimum 3 hours safeguarding and protecting children training
- Relevant qualifications for the delivery eg. Outdoor Education, National Governing Body Award
For safeguarding guidance, templates and useful information, please visit our safeguarding web pages.
The Time2Move Holiday Programme 2021
Watch our videos below to be inspired, or click on the link to learn lessons we gathered from the 2021 programme.