The Holiday Club, for Chailey Heritge School pupil's, is a space outside of term-time to have fun, take part in activities and hang out with your friends at the same time.
There is no pressure at the Holiday Club – just come and chill, and enjoy yourself.
We will aim to pair you with your friends, and keep the same staff you know and work with in term-time, so you have a familiar face to be with during the day.
We have access to the specialist on-site facilities, and make sure you can do all the great things such as Hydrotherapy, using the Dream Centre and going to visit your furry friends at Patchwork Farm.
We know that as you get a bit older, you want to do things a little different.
Chilling with your mates, watching football or soaking up the sun on Brighton Pier, our 16+ club is better than your average youth club.
You will still access the same sessions we run here such as Hydroptherapy, and you can always try our Hub sessions too, they are great, and give you a taster of what you could do after school.
We fully understand the challenges of supporting people with complex needs in the Community. Our CQC Registered Domiciliary Service, Pathways, offers a robust way of monitoring what we do, and making sure we have the right skills in the right place at the right time, and there are suitable facilities wherever we are.
Our staff are highly trained, and very experienced in getting people out to enjoy themselves. They are well supported by a team of experienced managers who are specialists in their relevant fields.
Patchwork Farm work experienceHo Ho Hol-iday Club The young people attending our Holiday Club this Christmas had a great time... Summer Holiday Club 2020
See what we got up to at Holiday club this summerBertie's Harry Potter Experience
Harry Potter fan, Bertie, enjoys an immersive Quidditch experience!Holiday Club 2019 Summer Holiday Club enjoy Boccia and New Age Kurling in the Dream Cent... Christmas Holiday Club
Young people enjoyed activities over the Christmas holidaysEaster Holiday Club A few young people came in over the holidays to enjoy some cracking activit...