Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, we have adapted our Holiday Clubs to fit in with Government advice.  We will be offering Holiday Clubs for children of key workers only.  


Andover – Youth Options at the Scott Centre

Offering the perfect mix of fun and learning, our Ofsted registered holiday club in Andover will ensure your children are able to make the most of their holiday. 

Open from 8:30am-6:00pm Monday to Friday, our highly trained and dedicated staff will run a variety of arts and crafts and sporting activities. All activities will be run in line with government advice on social distancing. 

Cost: £35 per child.

To book your place for May Half Term please call 01264 332188 or email kirstyreynolds@youthoptions.co.uk 

My daughter uses the After School Club and Holiday Club and loves it! She has even chosen to go out with the Scott Centre rather than spend the day with me.



Eastleigh - Woodland Holiday Club

Located at Itchen Valley Country Park and our own Outdoor Learning Centre, our Ofsted registered forest school themed holiday club will give children aged 4-11 the opportunity to spend the day outside exploring and enjoying the natural world. There will also be opportunities to learn new skills! 

Activities will include shelter building, campfire cooking, woodland art, games, nature walks, habitat exploration and much, much more!

 Sessions will run 8.30am – 4pm, Monday to Friday. All activities will be run in line with government advice on social distancing. 

Cost: £28.50 per day (10% sibling discount)

You can book your place for May Half Term online today.

The best thing was being outdoors and exploring. It was also great to meet different people!



Southampton City Council - Easter Holiday Provision

This Easter we worked with Southampton City Council and Southampton Music Service to provide activities for children of key workers. 

Located at Woodland Community College we ran our Ofsted registered holiday provision for children aged 5-14 years old. There was a range of fun and engaging activities, including sports, games, arts & crafts and some nature based activities

 Sessions were funded by Southampton City Council and ran from 8.30am – 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. All activities were run in line with government advice on social distancing.