Camden's play offer
After-school provision - Providers are currently following Public Health guidance and offering provision to referred vulnerable children and children of critical workers attending their linked schools. They will run on the basis of bubbles of 15, keeping children from one school together in a single bubble wherever possible and only mixing children from different schools where absolutely necessary to provide a service. Play providers are in contact with their link schools to confirm each centre’s arrangements.
Easter 2021 - holiday activities and food programme
Camden Council and the Young Camden Foundation have launched an Easter holiday activities and food programme for five to 16-year-olds who are eligible for free school meals.
The activities, with a meal, are on offer at a range of local providers for free to any child who receives free school meals at their Camden school, including pupils who live in neighbouring boroughs. Schools have sent letters to families to be used as evidence that children receive free school meals, allowing parents to book directly with providers. Places are limited and are booking up quickly.
The play provision in Camden is run by community and voluntary organisations. They are funded by the Council to provide after-school clubs and holiday playschemes for children aged four to 12.
This provision includes specialist services for vulnerable children, young people and their families with varying needs.
Holiday play schemes 2021
- Download: Holiday play schemes in Camden 2021
For other holiday activities for children and young people in Camden, visit the Camden Rise website.
After-school play and childcare
Camden primary schools are linked to their local play providers.
Other childcare providers
Find further details of all childcare providers, including holiday and after school provision (called out of school care) for over 5s