Me2 Club has put in place guidance so that we can ensure that it is safe for children and volunteers to return to activities. Families should make themselves familiar with and follow the guidance provided by both Me2 Club and by the activity setting.
All activity providers and leaders are responsible for ensuring that their activity is COVID-19 secure and that safety guidelines and guidance specific to their setting are implemented during the session.
Me2 Club will continue to keep our guidance up to date as the situation changes to ensure parents, carers and volunteers are clear what steps they need to take at activities to keep safe.
- COVID-19 Guidance for Families - Updated September 2020
- COVID-19 Guidance for Volunteers - Updated September 2020
- COVID-19 Guidance for Swimming - Updated September 2020
- FAQs for Families - Updated September 2020
At Home Activity Resources
During the COVID-19 outbreak the Me2 Club Team have been running online activity sessions for our children, teenagers and volunteers to help everyone keep in touch. We have adapted these activities, so that any children who were not able to join us can play at home with their families. Each activity includes a set of simple instructions.
- - Around the Home Scavenger Hunt
- - Monster Bingo
- - Bingo
- - Charades
- - Colour Quiz
- - Multiple Choice Quiz
- - Scavenger Hunt Walk
- - Simon Says
- - Monster Drawing Game
Here are some COVID- 19 resources the Me2 Club team have found, that you might find useful:
Berkshire West Safeguarding Children Partnership – Ideas for how to support children’s well being.
PDA Society – Links and tips for the PDA community during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mencap – Easy read information for people with learning disabilities and their families.
Centre for Autism – Resources for the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Autistic Society – Supporting Autistic people during COVID-19.
Thinkuknow – Useful resources for helping children stay safe online.
BBC Bitesize – Daily lessons for home learning.
Scouts- The Great Indoors– over 100 indoor activity ideas.
Coronavirus a Book for Children – A book explaining the Coronavirus, illustrated by Axel Scheffler.
Twinkl – Education resources, some of which are free during COVID-19.