Welcome to Go Play Holiday Club
Go Play is a holiday club run by Southcourt and Walton Court Community Project. It is for children aged between 4 to 11. The club runs during most school holidays.
We are at Ashmead School where the children have full supervised access to the school’s large secure areas.
Go Play Holiday Club, run by Southcourt and Walton Court Community Project, is for children aged 4 to 11 years old. Based at Ashmead School, the playscheme runs every school holiday, except Christmas.
Go Play have qualified and experienced staff, who make the children’s time as wonderful as possible. With all the staff having different skill sets, this gives the children the opportunity to have the widest range of activities possible.
Go Play has full access to two large halls, cookery room and a secure field. This large area is fully accessible and supervised. The children have a wide range of activities so that they are able to have the freedom of choice.
Go Play is a great, flexible alternative child care option, being one of the lowest cost providers in the Aylesbury area.
All activities support the children’s development and are planned along with the Early Years Foundation
Stage Framework (EYFS) and in line with Ofsted. We are also Ofsted registered and we had our last inspection in February 2018.
Please have a look through the website to see times, pricing and what is available at Go Play and we hope to see your children during the next school holiday.
About Go Play
The Dining Hall
Here the children are able to choose calm activities where they are given a chance to sit down. The children could choose from a wide range of activities including Hama Beads, painting, role play and a quiet read in the reading corner. The children also have access to a snack throughout the day.
The Field (Weather Dependent)
A large, open, secure area, the field is a great place for your child to let off some steam. They have a chance to play many different games, like capture the flag, have athletic tournaments, playing football, or even having a rest in the sun (with sun protection).
With this large accessible area, the children can access a range of free flow activities, meaning they are always engaged. They will be given a chance to engage with their peers and to develop their understanding of diversity. All activities support the children’s development and are planned along with the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) and Every Child Matters (in line with Ofsted).
This large hall is versatile and used for a wide range of physical activities. The children could do somersaults, use the gym equipment or have a fast action game of dodgeball. At the end of a busy week the children could be given the opportunity to watch a movie on the big screen.
At Go Play we offer a wide range of activities that the children have free, supervised access to throughout the day. All these activities will support them in their development, whilst they are still having fun and can make new friends. Each holiday we have a theme week where there will be activities planned that are based around them, but there will always be chance to have the regular activities. These have all been recommended by the children throughout the years.
Hama beads, loom bands, painting, junk modelling, paper crafts, hair braiding and face painting.
Games and Toys
Cars, farms, train tracks, roleplay, dolls, dress up, den building, Monopoly, dominos, draughts, Jenga, chess, Kerplunk and cards.
Football, dodge balls (soft balls), gym, badminton and rounders.
Duck duck goose, wink murder and splat.
Cakes, sandwiches, pizzas, biscuits and salsa.
These are only a few activities that happen at Go Play and the staff are always interested to try out the ideas of the children.