Tower Hamlets is providing food and activity boxes for children over this Easter break.
The boxes will include one week's worth of ingredients to make lunches for each child, along with a demonstration video and easy to follow recipes for all the family.
The recipes will be healthy, nutritious and are designed to be fun for children to help prepare. We are working with Oitij-jo Collective, a local community organisation, to develop recipes which will appeal to all communities in Tower Hamlets.
A booklet with ideas for fun activities that teach children about healthy choices and how to stay active even if we are all still stuck at home for the Easter holiday will be given to every family with their food box. Information for families about support services in Tower Hamlets is also included.
The boxes are aimed at children who have been receiving vouchers in term time over the lockdown.
How to receive a box
To get a box, families must fill out the form on the link below, letting us know:
- how many children you would like boxes for
- their names and what school they attend
- the name and postcode of parent
By completing this form, you agree that we can hold your details for the purposes of distributing boxes and for monitoring and evaluation.
You must sign up by 5th March 2021 or you may not receive a box.
Where to collect it:
The boxes will ready for collection on the week before Easter, your school will let you know where to collect the boxes from.
If you have any questions regarding our school please contact Dee Dillon, our Attendance and Family Welfare Officer.