We want parents to relax and the little ones to have fun at The Kids’ Table, so we have laid out a few table manners for you

We offer the following activities for 3 – 10 year olds. Face painting / drawing / colouring in / bead threading / arts and crafts / Lego / table-top group games / temporary tattoos 

Please notify our members of staff of any activities you would prefer your child not to take part in or if they have any allergies preventing them from having face paint / temporary tattoos. 

Table Manners 

We, The Kids’ Table, provide DBS checked team members to oversee the children taking part in the above activities on the following terms: 

1. Parents wishing their children to take part in our activities must stay on the premises and in the immediate area within sight of their children where possible. The Kids’ Table is not a crèche/nursery or childminder service; it is not a drop off event, parents remain responsible for their children. Our members of staff cannot chaperone children away from The Kids' Table. If a child needs accompanying to use the toilet, their parent will need to take them 

2. The Kids' Table is free to customers of this venue for 3 - 10 year olds. Items on the table (such as Lego pieces and beads) are only suitable for 3 years and over. During quiet periods younger kids can join in the fun if accompanied and supervised by an adult or carer at the discretion of our team 

3. In venues where there is outside seating and The Kids' Table is located inside the venue, The Kids' Table team cannot chaperone children outside. Parents wishing to sit outside must be happy that their child can return to them unsupervised

4. The parent or guardian will be contacted if the child is unhappy or appears unwell; please add your mobile number to your child's wristband in case we can't immediately locate you by sight

5. No food or drink is permitted at The Kids’ Table (save flasks / water bottles in hot weather) the children must return to their parents’ table to eat their lunch. Please do not bring alcoholic beverages to the table 

6. If a child has a medical condition which requires medication to be administered, the parent is responsible for ensuring the child receives the medication and for administering it 

7. For reasons of safety and manageability, and so that every child gets to enjoy their time at The Kids’ Table, we may need to limit the number of children taking part in activities or reduce the length of time children can spend at The Kids’ Table. Children are free to leave the table and return after their lunch if there are spaces available 
 

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