Tottenham Hotspur Foundation have helped organise football coaching sessions with the playgroup, and up to 50 six to 13 year-olds have taken part per day.
As a result of their participation, the youngsters have been rewarded with prizes such as Spurs merchandise and certificates.
Tom took part in a Question & Answer session with delighted youngsters, and even took time to sign autographs for one and all.
He said: “I really enjoyed it. The chance to meet a footballer was something I dreamed of when I was a kid, so I feel privileged to be helping the Club provide such opportunities to so many young people in our communities.”
Tom's visit to Chingford Hall is the beginning of a long-term commitment by the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation to work within the London Borough of Waltham Forest on a range of Community initiatives.
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation Chief Executive Kathryn Robinson said: “We are really excited about being able to extend our work into Waltham Forest and look forward to working closely with schools, community organisations and key partners over the coming years.”
Fresh from an appearance for England Under-21s on Tuesday night, Tom Huddlestone made a surprise visit to the Burwood Park Play-Scheme held at Chingford Hall Primary School on Thursday.