Get ready for the Easter break!
Everything you need to know to stay safe and have a fun break
The Easter Holiday is almost here, so now is the perfect time to start planning fun things to do, making plans to catch-up with friends, and reminding yourself of your personal safety.
Fun things to do
The Easter holiday is a time for you to have a break, have some fun, and catch-up with friends and family.
There's lots of fun things taking place locally this Easter, including:
The Easter break is also a great time to focus on yourself and try some self-care.
Take Action: You can find more Easter Holiday activities on the Activities Oxfordshire website.
Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF)
The Holiday Activity and Food Programme is back for the Easter Holiday! The programme provides eligible children and young people with access to free activities and nutritious meals throughout the holiday.
Here are some of the HAF activities on offer this Easter:
You can explore all HAF activities online.
Instant Expert: Find out more about HAF, including how to check eligibility, and how to book activities.
If you have plans to be out and about this Easter holiday, it's important that you know how to keep yourself safe.
- Tell somebody where you're going and when you'll be back
- Plan your journey and stick to plan
- Carry a mobile
Wellbeing reminder: There can be pressures around spending the Easter Holiday right. Taking time for yourself and talking to those you trust can help. Visit our Wellbeing Hub for more information on supporting your mental wellbeing.
If you’re out of learning
All young people must be in education, employment, or learning until age 18. But if you're out of learning, support is available to help you get back on track. You can:
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