KIDS ROOTS Birmingham
KIDS ROOTS is for primary aged children led by the Children’s Ministries Unit who are planning an exciting programme of worship, teaching, and engaging activities. Your children will receive great teaching, experience dynamic worship, make new friends and have loads of fun at KIDS ROOTS.
Saturday 3 November 2012
10.30am – 11.00am – Sign children into venue
11.00am to 12.30pm – Session 1
12.30pm to 12.45pm – Collect children from venue
1.45pm to 2.00pm - Sign children into venue
2.00pm to 3.00pm – Session 2
3.00pm to 3.15pm – Collect children from venue
6.15pm to 6.30pm – Sign children into venue
6.30pm to 8.00pm – Session 3
8.00pm to 8.15pm – Collect chidren from venue
Due to venue capacity we will need to cap the number attending KIDS ROOTS. We strongly recommend that you book now to ensure your place.
Click here to book online or call 01825 748883.
Parents will be expected to sign their child in and out of KIDS ROOTS. A child will only be released to the person who signed the child into the session. ROOTS assumes full duty of care for all children signed into KIDS ROOTS from when a parent signs their child in until the programme until they sign them out of the programme. ROOTS does not assume any duty of care outside of the KIDS ROOTS Programme venue. Please see the Booking Terms and Conditions for further information.
The KIDS ROOTS Programme is designed for children who are used to a primary school environment. For this reason the programme is only open to those who are aged four and above at the time the event starts, and attend Primary School or full time nursery care. ROOTS defines Primary School as when a child is in school years Reception to Year 6 if living in England and Wales, or Primary 1 to Primary 7 if living in Scotland or Northern Ireland, or the equivalent school year based on a child’s date of birth if in a different educational system. Children younger or older, and adults are not allowed into the venue without the agreement of the venue leader. All team are recruited in line with the Salvation Army’s Safe and Sound Guidelines with references taken and a criminal record checking being carried out.