All the Easter holiday free events for children who get school meals

The Easter holidays are well underway in North East Lincolnshire and there are plenty of activities for local children to take part in.

Lincs Inspire offers a range of fun activities for children during the school holidays as part of the Department of Education funded Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) program. These are free for children receiving school meals, but other children can also attend for a small fee.

Parents can use their FSM entitlement notice or a letter from their child’s school as proof. Here are all the exciting Easter events, some of which are free for kids who get free school meals.

Read more: Payment Dates for Easter Holiday Allowance, Including Child Support and Universal Credit

Inspire Lincs

– Wednesday April 6th, Tuesday April 12th and Thursday April 14th from 9am to 1pm

TAG Games – At King George V Stadium, kids can enjoy a variety of tag invasion games such as Tag Rugby, Capture the Flag and many more. This is a brand new Lincs Inspire activity and seats can be booked here.

– Wednesday April 6th, Thursday April 7th and Friday April 8th from 10am to 3pm

Football Day – Children aged 5-13 can enjoy a day of football with this exciting activity at the Bradley Football Development Centre. Book a place for your child here.

– Wednesday April 6th, Tuesday April 12th and Thursday April 14th from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m

Wet and Wild – At King George V Stadium, children can take part in a variety of wet and wild games such as; B. Capture the Flag, Parkour, Dodgeball, Don’t Spill and many more. Book a place for your child here.



Wet and wild at King George V Stadium

– Thursday April 7th and Thursday April 14th from 9am to 1pm

Dance Workshop – Energetic coaches will teach new street dance skills at this event at Cleethorpes Leisure Centre. Book a place for your child here.

– Thursday 7 April and Thursday 14 April from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m

Crafts Challenge – At the Crafts Challenge, held at Cleethorpes Leisure Centre, children get inventive and work together as a team to create different items and test their stamina. Previous events have included building a bridge and testing its strength, creating parachutes for the Egg Drop Challenge, and creating artwork to be displayed.

April 7th is sold out for HAF bookings but can still be booked for non-sponsored places. April 14th is still available for all children. Book a place for your child here.

– Monday, April 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m

Athletics (8-11 years) – Children have the opportunity to put their athletic skills to the test and try out a range of running, jumping and throwing activities at this high-energy training session at King George V Stadium. Book a place for your child here.

– Monday, April 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m

Soccer (5-7 years) – This activity teaches new tricks and skills and allows children to play a variety of individual and team games. HAF places are sold out, paid places can be booked here.

– Monday, April 11 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m

Athletics (5-7 years) – Ready. Sentence. Go! Try out a range of running, jumping and throwing activities at the Introduction to Athletics at King George V Stadium. Book a place for your child here.

– Wednesday, April 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m

Super Club (5-12 years) – A fully supervised multisport camp with a variety of games including dodgeball, soccer, badminton, table tennis, cricket, swimming and water slide (ages 8+), interactive junior gym (ages 8+). +) and much more. Book a place for your child here.



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great club

Promote natural forest schools

– Wednesday, April 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m

At Ulceby Village Hall, children can take part in a range of forest school activities such as B. Build caves and create something from natural materials. Book a place for your child here.

The Nurture Nature Forest School website states: “We start the session with a healthy breakfast, starting with how we prepare food that is cooked around the campfire. Then for lunch we will cook a soup with fresh vegetables from local farms and we will prepare them to be boiled and then made into a soup.

“We will also make an omelet for those who don’t like soup. Plenty of fresh fruit and water will be provided and then we will cook a snack before the kids go home.”

Humberston Eco Conservation Center

– Thursday April 14, Friday April 15, Monday April 18 and Tuesday April 19 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m

In partnership with the Nurture Nature Forest Schools mentioned above, the Positive Activities Charity runs a wide range of free activities for children who receive free school meals. These include forest school activities, nature trail walks, bug hunts and Easter crafts and games at the Humberston Eco Conservation Center on Fairway Drive in Humberston. Book your child’s place by emailing Janice.spencer@positiveactivities.org.

Outdoor Learning Schools (not funded – £20 per child)

– Thursday, April 7 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. OR

– Wednesday, April 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m

Outdoor Learning Schools’ Easter Holiday Club is back, offering local children a chance to explore the great outdoors while having fun. Events will take place at Cleethorpes Beach and the SUP School and will include arts and crafts, yoga and more, all with a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory theme.

Children must bring a packed lunch, trainers, rubber boots, coat, change of clothes and sunscreen. Book your child’s place using the online booking form here.

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