East Yorkshire UK

Schools Out 2010

PARENTS AND CARERS of primary age children are being sent a booklet full of ideas for children’s activities and out of school facilities available during the school summer holidays.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s School’s Out 2010 booklet will be delivered to every primary school child in the East Riding from Monday, 5th July 2010.

The booklet includes activities and information from leisure centres, sports development, Families Information Service Hub (FISH), extended services, children’s centres and the voluntary and community sector.

Lesley Gilson, FISH manager said:

The aim of Schools Out is to provide parents and carers with detailed and accurate information to help them book activities and childcare well in advance of the summer holidays. There are a huge range of courses and activities on offer from dancing and football to more unusual activities like polo and gliding.”

Extra support is also available for parents and carers of disabled children in booking places for activities, with a co-ordinator contacting a parent or carer about their child’s needs and making the necessary arrangements. Requests must be made at least four working days in advance of the activity.

Copies of School’s Out 2010 will also be available from leisure centres, customer service centres and libraries or alternatively ring FISH (Families Information Service Hub) on (01482) 396469.

Activities can also be viewed and booked on-line by visiting: www.fish.eastriding.gov.uk or via the East Riding website’s “what’s on” section at http://events.eastriding.gov.uk, simply select the “School’s Out 2010 brochure” which will be available from Monday, 5th July2010.

Note: The Hedon Blog did a FISH search today prior to the launch of the booklet on Monday and found the following entries under “Hedon”:

NOTE DISCLAIMER ON FISH WEBSITE: Appearance on this database does not constitute a recommendation of this service/organisation on the part of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Persons using services should check that they are satisfied that the service has adequate policies and procedures in place. The Council does not take any responsibility regarding the accuracy of any information contained on the database.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council PR 12531 30/06/2010 [For Immediate Release]

SCHOOL’S OUT 2010

With the summer holidays fast approaching parents and carers of primary age children are being sent a booklet full of ideas for children’s activities and out of school facilities available during the school break.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s School’s Out 2010 booklet will be delivered to every primary school child in the East Riding from Monday, July 5.

The booklet include activities and information from leisure centres, sports development, Families Information Service Hub (FISH), extended services, children’s centres and the voluntary and community sector.

Lesley Gilson, FISH manager said: “The aim of Schools Out is to provide parents and carers with detailed and accurate information to help them book activities and childcare well in advance of the summer holidays.

“There are a huge range of courses and activities on offer from dancing and football to more unusual activities like polo and gliding.”

Extra support is also available for parents and carers of disabled children in booking places for activities, with a co-ordinator contacting a parent or carer about their child’s needs and making the necessary arrangements. Requests must be made at least four working days in advance of the activity.

Copies of School’s Out 2010 will also be available from leisure centres, customer service centres and libraries or alternatively ring FISH on (01482) 396469.East Riding of Yorkshire Council PR 12531 30/06/2010 [For Immediate Release]

SCHOOL’S OUT 2010

With the summer holidays fast approaching parents and carers of primary age children are being sent a booklet full of ideas for children’s activities and out of school facilities available during the school break.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s School’s Out 2010 booklet will be delivered to every primary school child in the East Riding from Monday, July 5.

The booklet include activities and information from leisure centres, sports development, Families Information Service Hub (FISH), extended services, children’s centres and the voluntary and community sector.

Lesley Gilson, FISH manager said: “The aim of Schools Out is to provide parents and carers with detailed and accurate information to help them book activities and childcare well in advance of the summer holidays.

“There are a huge range of courses and activities on offer from dancing and football to more unusual activities like polo and gliding.”

Extra support is also available for parents and carers of disabled children in booking places for activities, with a co-ordinator contacting a parent or carer about their child’s needs and making the necessary arrangements. Requests must be made at least four working days in advance of the activity.

Copies of School’s Out 2010 will also be available from leisure centres, customer service centres and libraries or alternatively ring FISH on (01482) 396469.

Activities can also be viewed and booked on-line by visiting: http://www.fish.eastriding.gov.uk or via the East Riding website’s “what’s on” section at events.eastriding.gov.uk, simply select the “School’s Out 2010 brochure” which will be available from July 5.

Activities can also be viewed and booked on-line by visiting: www.fish.eastriding.gov.uk or via the East Riding website’s “what’s on” section at events.eastriding.gov.uk, simply select the “School’s Out 2010 brochure” which will be available from July 5.East Riding of Yorkshire Council PR 12531 30/06/2010 [For Immediate Release]

SCHOOL’S OUT 2010

With the summer holidays fast approaching parents and carers of primary age children are being sent a booklet full of ideas for children’s activities and out of school facilities available during the school break.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s School’s Out 2010 booklet will be delivered to every primary school child in the East Riding from Monday, July 5.

The booklet include activities and information from leisure centres, sports development, Families Information Service Hub (FISH), extended services, children’s centres and the voluntary and community sector.

Lesley Gilson, FISH manager said: “The aim of Schools Out is to provide parents and carers with detailed and accurate information to help them book activities and childcare well in advance of the summer holidays.

“There are a huge range of courses and activities on offer from dancing and football to more unusual activities like polo and gliding.”

Extra support is also available for parents and carers of disabled children in booking places for activities, with a co-ordinator contacting a parent or carer about their child’s needs and making the necessary arrangements. Requests must be made at least four working days in advance of the activity.

Copies of School’s Out 2010 will also be available from leisure centres, customer service centres and libraries or alternatively ring FISH on (01482) 396469.

Activities can also be viewed and booked on-line by visiting: http://www.fish.eastriding.gov.uk or via the East Riding website’s “what’s on” section at events.eastriding.gov.uk, simply select the “School’s Out 2010 brochure” which will be available from July 5.

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