YMCA East Surrey provides outstanding holiday clubs for children aged 4* – 12 years in a warm and welcoming environment. The focus is on having fun, while learning new skills and enjoying a range of activities including sports, crafts and games. Children have access to our new outdoor play area, fantastic sports hall and dedicated children’s activity rooms.
YMCA East Surrey’s Y-Kids Holiday Club runs every school holiday for children aged 4* to 12. The extended day runs from 08:30-18:00, with the option to book a shorter day from 10:00-16:00 or add breakfast club from 07:45-08:30. We also offer half days from 07:45-12:45 or 13:00-18:00.
Our team of highly qualified and friendly staff ensure that children have a time to remember. All staff undertake an enhanced DBS check.
* Children aged 4 must be in Reception class.
What to bring
Children need to bring a packed lunch and any spare clothes/coats needed.
Times & Cost
Basic Day | 10:00-16:00 | £22.00
Extended Day | 08:30-18:00 | £32.00
Breakfast Club | 07:45-08:30 | £4.00
Half Day | 07:45-12:45 or 13:00-18:00 | £18.00 (available from October half-term)
There is a £10 per child registration fee at the time of your first Y-Kids booking which is a one off charge.
Y-Kids Holiday Club bookings made on the day of attendance are subject to availability and an additional £1.50 late booking fee per child.
For families who require financial assistance we do have a bursary scheme. Find out more.
YMCA Sports and Community Centre, Princes Road, Redhill, RH1 6JJ
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Y-Kids Drop In gives children from reception class up to age 12 access to our Y-Kids Holiday Club in Redhill on a short stay basis (maximum two hours) without having to book a whole day of childcare. Enjoy a workout in the YMCA gym or take part in one of our fitness classes such as zumba or spinning.
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We are proud to be an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted registered site. Registration no 122628
‘Children thrive in this vibrant club. Staff use their expertise to effectively provide activities to meet children’s interests and to support their learning. Staff provide children with excellent opportunities to build their confidence and independence.’ Ofsted Inspection Report, August 2015