COVID-19 (coronavirus) update
In light of the current COVID-19 outbreak, we will not be publishing our regular holiday activities booklet. Now that we are all spending more time at home, we would like to support you with ideas on how we can get, or stay physically active.
Staying active is more important than ever right now and there are many ways to do this, even whilst you are at home. To help, Sport England have compiled some of the most handy exercise ideas that are out there to keep active in and around your home (external link).
If you've found a great way to keep active online, please use the hashtag #StayInWorkOut on social media to share it with others!
Remember to check government advice (external link) if you think you have any symptoms linked to coronavirus.
Activities for children and young people!
Before each school break we produce a list of all of the holiday activities taking place in Haringey for children and young people, including those suitable for children with disabilities or SEND.
This page will be updated just before the next school break (except for Christmas/New Year holiday) - check back then to see what's happening!
Some activities require pre-registration
For most of the activities taking place you can just turn up on the day, but for some activities you need to register in advance. Make sure you check the activity details and contact the right person/organisation.
Search for activities online
Events are often added to the programme, so make sure you check out our What's On? calendar to search for all activities and events for children and young people by date, venue or month.
Keep up to date with what’s on in Haringey!
- Search for activities using our What's On? calendar
- Follow us on Twitter @haringeycouncil (external link)
Youth Space - for young people aged 11-19 yrs
- Youth Space website
- Follow Youth Space on Twitter @haringeyyouth (external link)
- See the Youth Space Facebook page (external link)