FUEL - Holiday Activities and Food Programme
FUEL is Achieving for Children's holiday activity and food programme funded by the Department for Education.
Children who receive benefits-related free school meals or who are considered vulnerable can attend the following activities for FREE, with a nutritious meal also being provided.
More information can be found on the FUEL website.
Arts, Crafts & Activities
Enjoy arts and crafts whilst staying active with fun sports games and team challenges.
FREE for children who receive benefits-related
Free School Meals, at one of two Easter events detailed below. Includes a healthy, nutritious meal.
A is for Arts
C is for Crafts
T is for Teamwork
I is for Innovation
V is for Vibrant
E is for Exciting
Our themed ACTIVE KIDS camps will give everyone something to do. Be creative, play games and dress up in themed clothes and let loose!
Just have fun for a whole day or even the full week. With daily prizes for each of the ACTIVE categories we will ensure children are given the right type of ZONE to be their best selves.
Led by our Big Zonies we promise a holiday time to remember.
Burlington Infant & Nursery School
11th - 14th April, 9am - 3pm
The Great Egg Hunt theme
Booking code: burlingtonfueleaster
Malden Manor Primary School
4th - 7th April, 9am - 3pm
Under the Sea theme
Booking code: maldenmanorfueleaster
How to book
If your child attends Burlington Infants, Juniors or Malden Manor Primary, please speak to school office as your school will book your place.
If you do not attend either school you may book directly using the discount code found above.
Only those entitled to benefit-related free school meals and those considered vulnerable are able to book a free place.
You may be asked to prove your eligibility and failure to do so may result in your place being retracted. If in doubt contact your primary school office or get in touch with us for more information.
What is the FUEL programme?
The Department for Education has funded local authorities to deliver activities and meals to children who receive benefits-related free school meals, and the FUEL programme is the name given to the scheme in Kingston and Richmond.
As an approved provider of the programme, we commit to meeting a number of standard requirements:
Provision will be at least four hours long, with one hour involving physical recreation.
Provision will include a healthy nutritious hot meal for children
Children will receive information about the food they are eating, nutritional guidance, and how to choose healthy meals
Support will be available for families in preparing and delivering meals, and the importance of children having a healthy balanced diet
Wider support for families, with links to different services to offer advice and care.
The programme is available for free for those who receive benefits-related Free School Meals