Get involved with the School Food Plan

Get involved with the School Food Plan

23 October 2012 - Have your say! The School Food Plan is looking for cooks, headteachers, governors, local authorities and caterers to share your stories about how you make school food great.

As many of you know, in July this year the Secretary of State for Education, Michael Gove commissioned an independent review of school food, led by Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent, the co-founders of LEON restaurants.

Their aim is to significantly increase numbers of school children eating great school food. They are looking for examples of the great work that’s already being done to determine the role of food, cooking and growing fruit and vegetables in schools.

You can share your stories in whatever way you wish; in writing, through photos, by video or some other way of your choice. They also want to hear about what you’ve done to overcome hurdles and how you’ve made your school food better.

Parents and children will also be invited to get share their stories in the new year too.

The School Food Plan want you to get involved – and so do we! To find out more, either visit the website or email

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The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture. Together we are revolutionising school meals, reconnecting children and young people with where their food comes from, and inspiring families to grow and cook food.

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