Each week, the children have lots of fun taking advantage of the toys and sports activities. It is a great opportunity for them to build relationships with other children. We have a kids group, which lasts around 25-30 minutes with craft activities, learning, singing, dancing, videos, games and much more.
Once a month we also have an All Age Meeting where adults and children stay together for the full hour and have fun together, the adults seem to enjoy this meeting more than the kids!
At around 12 we finish and people usually stick around for a cuppa and a chat, spending some time building relationships. During this time the children have use of our four activity tables - Table tennis, Football, Snooker and a Air Hockey, which are great fun for the children and adults alike, creating plenty of healthy competition!!
Your children are extremely important to us at Living Water Fellowship. In fact, the safety of the children is our primary concern. Relevant members of the church have received training provided by CCPAS to work with children and vulnerable adults.
Everyone who wishes to work with children at Living Water Fellowship will be required to undertake this training.
Our Policy and practice is based on the model guidance provided by the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS). Our Policy is registered with CCPAS who also supervise our Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks on all people who wish to work with children, young people or vulnerable adults.
DBS and suitability check
As stated above, children’s safety is extremely important and therefore, anyone who works with our children will have already been through the necessary process of completing a DBS check provided by CCPAS. They will also go through an interview process so that Leadership can decide whether the person is suitable to work with children.
Insurance and Safety
The church is covered by the required insurance; this is a standard public liability cover. All safety checks and risk assessments have been carried out in the building so that possibility of injury or an accident is kept to a minimum.