Sharing 'What Works Well'
‘What Works Well’ is a collection of the best examples and ideas for delivering great food and food education in schools.
Read. Watch. Share. Spread best practice. And most of all, make it happen.
The School Food Plan, in collaboration with the National Governors’ Association, has produced guidance to support governors in championing a whole school approach to food...Read more
The vision for school food in Croydon is that all children and young people have access to high quality food and opt to make healthier food choices...Read more
#FuelforSchool is a collaboration between Richmond Hill Primary School and The Real Junk Food Project to stop hunger being a barrier to learning in schools. All 600 pupils at Richmond Hill are provided with breakfast...Read more
Barking and Dagenham’s unique reward scheme helps to encourage the take up of school meals and healthy food choices. Reward points are earned every time a healthy school meal...Read more
This guidance document illustrates how food which complies with 12 popular food assurance schemes meets specific criteria of the Plan for Public Procurement Balanced Scorecard...
Public Health England has supported the School Food Plan to develop the ‘What Works Well’ Recipe Hub. The Hub brings together over 100 recipes for pupils’ favourite meals and snacks...Read more