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- FISH - Fun in School Holidays
FISH (Fun in the School Holidays)
Activity playscheme for 10-16 year olds in summer and Easter holidays.
Easter FISH 2018 is now fully booked.
Easter 2018: Monday 9 to Friday 13 April
Summer 2018: Monday 30 July to Friday 17 August
Standard day - 10am to 4pm
Extended day - 8.30am to 5pm
King's College, Southway, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 8DU.
To find out more about the FISH scheme this Easter, please see ourwhich has details of the week, including the day trips on offer.
It is vital that you read the Parent Welcome Pack before your child attends the scheme.
Please take a look at this video for an example of the activities on offer at FISH.
|Concessions*||Standard price||Non borough residents|
|Standard day||£32 per week||£75 per week||£125 per week|
|Extended day||£45 per week||£100 per week||£150 per week|
|Offsite activities||£10 per activity||£15 per activity||£20 per activity|
*The concessionary rates apply to Guildford Borough residents in receipt of Income Support, Universal Credit, Job Seekers' Allowance, Employment Support Allowance, Housing Benefit, Local Council Tax Support, Personal Independence Payments (PIP) or Disability Living Allowance.
Please note: we only take bookings for the full week.
School holidays are all about having fun and at FISH we pride ourselves on providing young people with the choice and freedom they need to enjoy themselves, as well as the opportunity to learn and develop through play.
Young people can enjoy onsite activities such as: climbing walls, giant inflatables, zorbing, DJ-ing, circus skills, animation, baseball, trampolining, archery, bushcraft.
Off site activity trips can also be purchased, including: paintballing, theme parks, horse riding, Lido, laser Tag, football academy, snow sports, theatre workshops, aqua park.
FISH is an inclusive scheme, with subsidised transport, concessionary rates and support available for young people with additional needs.
Key worker support: key workers provide constant one-to-one support to young people who have additional needs and would otherwise not be able to attend the scheme.
Buddy support: buddy support is occasional support and reassurance from a play worker. Staff and young people move around the FISH site freely, the buddy will not be with the young people at all times but they will check on them a number of times a day.
Please indicate during the booking process whether your child will need additional support, or phone 01483 444769 to discuss further.
We would love to receive feedback from parents, staff and young people who have accessed the scheme. Please see the related pages section to access the relevant online feedback form.
We welcome all comments and complaints as an opportunity to make improvements. Click here for more information on complaints and comments
If you have any queries, or would like to be added to the FISH mailing list, please contact us on 01483 444769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn about the achievements of the FISH playscheme and the difference it makes within the community, particularly the direct bearing on the children, read our
FISH job opportunities
If you would like to volunteer or work on our 2018 Easter and Summer playschemes, please go to our FISH Job opportunities page to read the job descriptions and download the application form for the various roles.