The three visibly Jewish children are believed to have been the only passengers attacked during the incident, which took place on a bus in Clapton Common.
CCTV footage has been captured showing two men running for the number 253 bus, with one slipping at the back door, appearing to attack Jewish passengers, before some passengers begin to exit the bus.
The victims had their hats thrown off and one was punched in the eye.
The incident took place at around 08:15 on the morning of 24th November and was reported by Shomrim Stamford Hill, a Jewish volunteer neighbourhood watch patrol.
If you have any more information, please contact the police on 101 or Stamford Hill Shomrim on 0300 999 0123, quoting reference number: CAD5111 24/11/19.
Campaign Against Antisemitism’s Antisemitism Barometer 2019 noted that law enforcement against antisemitic hate crime must be consistent and firm, and that in our experience, procedures and oversight within police forces fail to ensure that each and every response to antisemitism is as firm as the law permits. Among the recommendations was that police forces should implement a positive arrest strategy so that decisions not to take further action in hate crime cases are reviewed by senior officers under the ultimate supervision of a relevant Single Point of Contact, which all forces should appoint.