Food education - health and wellbeing

Overview

The team provides information, support and practical tools to help schools.  We cover all aspects of food education and catering advice to support health and wellbeing.

  • School food standards certification three or six week menu – can be done on site or remotely.
    Full compliance review and recommendations for sugar reduction/increased fibre/product swaps to support children's health and oral health.
    Will request menus, product specification and recipes.
    Certificate and log provided for full compliance.
  • School food standards on site or video training - training for staff and governors on embedding whole school approach to food, school food standards, compliance and recommendations to support children's health and oral health.  
  • MSA on-site or video training - CPD for lunchtime staff teams emphasising importance of MSA role in children's health and education, school food standards, managing lunchtimes effectively, tackling fussy eaters and encouraging children to eat well.  
  • School food and lunch dining review on site and report and action plan - detailed review of all food provided across the day (breakfast club, tuck shop, snacks, lunches and after school clubs) and lunchtime food and dining routines.
    Recommendations on site and follow up report, action plan and signposting provided.
  • School food review remote - discussion and remote review of all food provided across the day (breakfast club, tuck shop, snacks, lunches and after school clubs) and lunchtime food and dining routines. Recommendations and signposting to support as required.
  • Bespoke support - a wide range of bespoke services to support food education and provision, including:
    • School catering recruitment
    • Menu setting support
    • Catering team support  
    • Free School Meals training or 1-2-1 sessions
    • Marketing support
    • Pupil voice and parental engagement
Benefits

We help schools ensure food and healthy eating is delivered and maintained. We encourage a shared responsibility for the food environment and ethos in schools. This includes, engaging pupils, parents, teachers and governors.

A good diet and physical activity can reduce the risk of obesity, chronic diseases and improve oral health.

We support schools with their role in developing and maintaining a good food culture.

Provide professional development for school staff and governors.

We support school staff and governors in a whole school approach to food education.

Cost

Prices range from £52.98 to £273.39 for single services.

Bespoke support - please contact us.

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