No Min - No Max
10 Mar 2021


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Who is the Programme aimed at?
The funding is for school age children aged 5-16 years old.
The primary beneficiaries of the programme are intended to be Free School Meal eligible children, but the programme can include support for children and young people facing hardship and to target geographical hotspots showing high levels of economic disadvantage, obesity and deprivation.

Priority for Harrow

We will be looking at applications in terms of meeting the highest of our 4 priorities as set out below:

Applications that:

1. Provide for the highest predicted percentage of children and young people in receipt of free school meals.

2. Deliver in one or more of the darkest shaded areas indicated as being high in need on the map.

3. Propose innovative, creative and enriching programmes for children and young people.

4. Focus programme delivery directly on or targeted at social housing estates anywhere in Harrow.

Delivery Format

Easter Provision - we are looking for providers to offer 16 hours delivery, spread over 4 days (minimum) which include mealtime/lunch/eating space – but we welcome applications willing to provide more.

*All delivery must in-line with NYA Guidance/Covid Related Restrictions in place at time of delivery.

Minimum standards for Quality Provision for the programme include:

1. Healthy Food

2. Enriching activities.

3. Physical activity.

4. Nutritional Education.

5. Relevant Policies and Procedures in place.

Programme Outcomes

As a result of the holiday provision, we want to see children and young people:

• Eat more healthily.

• Be more active.

• Take part in engaging and enriching activities.

• Be safe and not isolated.

• Have greater knowledge of health and nutrition.