Educators know that food is part and parcel of a good education. Let’s make sure the Government knows it too.
If you’re a parent, educator or work with a school in another capacity, ask your school leadership to add their name to our open letter calling on the Prime Minister to implement Free School Meals for All.
Host a coffee morning with parents at your school to start a conversation about Free School Meals for All.
It’s a powerful way to help parents learn how this would support children and families, and channel discussion into local action.
We’ll send you a how-to guide with everything you’ll need.
Young people are at the heart of this campaign. Your school can help give them a space to make their voices heard.
Organise a school assembly or form-time about Free School Meals for All with your pupils and help young people engage with the issues that affect them (lesson plans will be provided).
Record a short video about why you support extending Free School Meals to more children and families.
It only takes five minutes, and this easy video survey guides you through each step.
We’ll share these videos on social media and with MPs to build the argument for Free School Meals for All.
If you only have a few minutes to contribute, join our Social Squad to help the Week of Action go far and wide by sharing the campaign online.
We’ll use a WhatsApp group to share the most important social media posts so you can amplify this to your networks, e.g. school Facebook groups, local newsletters and chat groups.
More than 200 civil society leaders have signed the open letter for Free School Meals for All.
Help us get to 300 before we hand this letter in to the Prime Minister. Ask a local group to add their name.
This could be your workplace, or another group like a local football club, volunteer organisation or place of worship.