Summer holidays HAF programme from Brent Council
Brent Council has received funding from the Department for Education to deliver a Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme in 2021, as part of a national scheme. The aim of the programme is to support the physical and mental health and wellbeing of children and young people, encouraging them to engage in interactive and fun activities.
The programme offers free places at holiday provision in the Easter, summer and Christmas school holidays in 2021 for school-aged children in Brent (aged 4-16) who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals.
To browse available holiday clubs and activities, please click here. New activities are being added all the time, so please continue to check the page to stay up to date.
To be eligible for a free place via Brent’s HAF programme you must:
- Be resident in Brent or attend a Brent school and,
- Be eligible for and in receipt of free school meals or have spoken to your school to confirm your eligibility.
To find out more and to book a place, please visit https://www.brent.gov.uk/haf.
For information regarding the changes we have made to our normal school procedures in order to keep children safe in school during the COVID-19 pandemic, please check our Coronavirus page.
Please click here for Academic Review Day Summer Resources.
MyED School app for parents
MyEd is a free app that allows parents to stay in touch with what is going on at school. The app provides direct access to your child’s attendance, timetable, absence records, achievements, behaviour and much, much more.
The school is able to send messages directly through the app relating to important information about your child’s education and to remind you of events that are taking place at school. You will receive a notification if we send you a message and there is no charge for the messages you send to us.
The MyEd App is available for both iOS and Android devices and can be found using the links below. Once you have installed and opened MyEd, search for Alperton Community School and follow the simple instructions to identify yourself.