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Safe & Happy Children 

We take every step to ensure that we strike a balance between enjoying freedom and fun on our holidays, whilst staying safe and happy, is the right one. 

There may occasionally be instances where we aren't able to provide your child/ren with the additional support they require. If this is the case we will contact you and provide a full refund. Prior to your child/ren arriving at our APF centres we also ask that you have read and understood our main policies and feel that your child is able to adhere to them. Please see below for an outline of key points that may be relevant to your booking.



How We Keep Your Children Safe

Qualified and Caring Staff

Extensive Training

Our staff undergo rigorous training in first aid, child safety, and sports coaching to ensure they are well-prepared for any situation that may arise.

Background Checks

All our staff members undergo thorough background checks to ensure the safety and well-being of every child in our care.

Positive Role Models

Our staff are not only qualified but are also trained to be positive mentors, providing a nurturing and encouraging environment for your children.

Safe and Secure Facilities

Constant Supervision

Our facilities are under constant supervision, ensuring that each child receives the attention and care they need throughout the day.

Secure Entry Points

Access to our facilities is strictly monitored and controlled, providing a secure environment for all children and staff.

Natural Surroundings

Surrounded by natural scenery, our facilities offer a peaceful and safe setting for children to enjoy their time at the camp.

Health and Safety Measures

Sanitised Equipment

All sports equipment is regularly sanitized to ensure a clean and healthy environment for the children.


Health-Focused Nutrition

We provide nutritious meals, emphasizing healthy eating habits and promoting overall well-being.

Emergency Protocols

We have well-defined emergency procedures and medical personnel on-site to handle any health-related situations.


• A referral will be made immediately to Children’s Social Care or the police if we feel a criminal act has occurred or      there is imminent danger to a child/other.

• The Designated Safeguarding Lead (Kaz James) would usually do this but any member of staff can make contact.    It is important not to delay. Parental consent is not required to make referrals to statutory agencies where harm is      alleged.


Please note that we do all we can to build excellent relationships with parents as we feel this is essntial for esblising the best safguarding culture. However, we do not usually inform the parents/carers/alleged perpetrator of the harm unless told to do so by Child Protective Services. To do this too early could heighten the risk of further harm to the child.


A record will be made of the decision that was reached and the reason, what action was taken by whom including dates and times. 

Do you have a concern about your child or another child?

You can contact our Designated Safeguading Lead (Kaz James) on 07555748766 or

Alternatively the contact details for your local authority can be found here:












ALL REFERRALS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE BRENT FAMILY FRONT DOOR: Telephone: 020 8937 4300 - Option 1 Forms can be completed  




or by phone

0208 379 2850 / 0208 3794392




Telephone: 01296 382 or email



01908 254307 or email

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