Holiday activities

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Information about activities available during school holidays to keep primary and secondary age children entertained; including instructions to make healthy meals, and activities the whole family can join in.


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Being active


Family walking

Out and about


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North Lincolnshire Council will be using the Department of Education grant funding to deliver the Holiday Activity and Food programme to eligible children during the 2021 Easter, summer and Christmas school holiday periods.

The Easter offer will comprise of an activity pack that enables children to enjoy a range of art and craft activities as well as being physically active at home. There will also be links to further online activities and competitions for children and young people to be involved in. Take a look at the links in the sections below for more ideas to keep you entertained.

During the summer and Christmas holidays the council will be working with other organisations across North Lincolnshire to deliver face to face activities.

The programme will be promoted locally as ‘FUELLED – The free holiday activity and food programme’.

If you would like to receive reminders of activities that are taking place either at Easter or holidays later in the year, or see if your child is eligible for a free place or activity bag, please complete our contact form below.

Find out more about the activities for all primary and secondary pupils below:

Feedback on activities

We hope you enjoy the activities and ideas that we have provided for you in the activity bags or on this website. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, it has not been possible to communicate with you regarding activities you might prefer to have received. We would like to know what you think. Once you have tried out the activities, come back and complete the questionnaire for your chance to win a Nintendo Switch.


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