Case studies

Connecting farm links, cooking, growing and school meals leads to real learning Connecting farm links, cooking, growing and school meals leads to real learning
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
As one of the very first Food for Life Partnership Gold schools, St Andrew’s in Shifnal, Shropshire, is a shining example of a school that ...

Raising the self-esteem of vulnerable pupils Raising the self-esteem of vulnerable pupils
Resource: Case study Age: Secondary
At Brook Green Centre for Learning, a secondary school in Plymouth for pupils with moderate learning or behavioural issues or social disadv...

How good food culture brings together a diverse community How good food culture brings together a diverse community
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Park Academy in Boston, Lincolnshire first joined the Food for Life Partnership programme in January 2011. They enrolled knowing that they ...

Making Food for Life Partnership sustainable Making Food for Life Partnership sustainable
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Orleton School in Herefordshire joined Food for Life Partnership in 2008 when they successfully applied to get a visit from the former Food...

Real-life education Real-life education
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Adrian Marsh, headteacher at St Andrew's CE Primary School in Shropshire explains how real-life learning on the farm has impacted on the sc...

Schools, caterers and LEA: working together to improve school food in Lincolnshire Schools, caterers and LEA: working together to improve school food in Lincolnshire
Resource: Case study Age: All
There are over 200 primary and secondary schools enrolled on the Food for Life Partnership in Lincolnshire. Denise Hornsey, School Meals Su...

Using a school play to teach children about organic farming Using a school play to teach children about organic farming
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Muirtown primary school in Inverness has come up with a playful way to teach children about organic food and farming – staging a ‘Wild and ...

Impressing Ofsted with a whole school approach to food education Impressing Ofsted with a whole school approach to food education
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
The Oval Primary in Birmingham is a shining example of a school that has fully integrated the Food for Life Partnership into its school cur...

Holding an assembly on healthy food Holding an assembly on healthy food
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Knowing that not all of its pupils eat a healthy breakfast every morning, Field Lane Junior School in West Yorkshire decided to hold a heal...

Setting up a farmers market Setting up a farmers' market
Resource: Case study Age: Primary
Great Missenden CE Combined Primary School in Buckinghamshire has set up a farmers' market and it’s proving to be a roaring success. The ch...

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