Shout about what you're doing

Don't forget to shout about all the great things you’re doing to transform your school’s food culture. The more excitement you can generate, the more involved everyone will become, and the greater your success! Here are a few simple things to get you started.

 

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Add the Food for Life Partnership logo to your school's newsletter or website. If you have already achieved an an award but do not have the Bronze, Silver or Gold logo then send us an email,  fflp@foodforlife.org.uk Otherwise we'll email your updated logo as soon as you recieve your new award.

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Use your school's communication tools like newsletters, emails or noticeboards to share your progress and encourage pupils, parents and staff to get involved.

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Don’t forget to use your designated school page on the Food for Life Partnership website – you can add blogs, photos, school information and keep your award progress updated by ticking off each of the criteria online as you achieve them.

newspaperUse the media
Local papers are always interested in special activities at schools; if you need advice about how to get in touch with your local media please email us at fflp@foodforlife.org.uk

Use social media
If your school uses Twitter or Facebook, use it to add news, photos and updates about the terrific work you're doing. You can also follow The Food for Life Partnership on Twitter here and on Facebook here.

Write a blog
Writing a blog is a simple and effective way to tell everyone what you are doing. An article with news and photos can really motivate readers too. And you publish it directly to The Food for Life Partnership website page 'School blogs'

Contact usGetting an award

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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