EITC And Liverpool Relish ‘Dish Out’ A Mad Hatters Tea Party For Primary School Pupils
Over 200 local school children enjoyed time out of the classroom for a ‘Mad Hatters Tea Party’ experience as part of an ongoing collaboration between Everton in the Community and catering firm Liverpool Relish.
The themed experience took place at the Royal Liver Building with attendees from Holy Trinity Primary School in Garston enjoying a breathtaking showpiece alongside activities which centered around their literacy, numeracy and art curriculum.
The eccentricity carried on way into the day with a magic show and a chance to get stuck into themed arts and crafts with the event bringing learning outside of the classroom and into a fun, imaginative experience for children from as young as five to as old as 11-years-old.
More recently, Liverpool Relish gave us another reason to celebrate Global Scouse Day, with the firm raising £525 through the sales of the popular dish whilst have also pledged to donate 5% of profits made from providing the catering for Laing O’Rourke staff on site at Bramley-Moore Dock.
It’s latest initiative to provide local children with a one of a kind experience as part of their education is the latest in a long-line of events planned between both Everton in the Community and Liverpool Relish as Co-Chief Executive Chris Foulkes explains:
“Working with Everton in the Community brings out the best in what we do. We’re committed to supporting our community through our Corporate Social Responsibility and their work echoes our ethos as a company.
“We can’t wait for the next project!”
“You can see how much impact the day has had on the children’s learning and enjoyment.”