This week saw us restart our breakfast box scheme supporting families at risk of food insecurity in Lambeth and Southwark during school closure, designed in partnership with Impact on Urban Health.
In addition to responding to the immediate and pressing need to support children who no longer have access to meals at school, the aims of the programme are to deliver a scalable, cost effective scheme that consistently focuses on children’s health.
You can read more in this article by Sarah Hickey, Programme Manager at Impact on Urban Health.
This is part of our Food provision work.
We want every child to have access to nutritious food so that they are well-nourished and ready to learn. That’s why we work with school caterers, headteachers and families to get the best possible food service across the whole school day.