Thanksto everyone who has signed up for the @qmscotland Meat Voucher Scheme but lots of our regular schools haven’t signed up yet.
We know it’s a crazy time for teachers but it’ll only take a few minutes to do the surveybit.ly/329zhsg and we’ll do the rest! pic.twitter.com/8zrseqfnl0
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This is a great chance to view articles that would only usually be accessible to those with membership. The free access finishes at the end of 2020, so I’d recommend taking a look now!
September 2020 Special Issue – Food reformulation and innovation: Future solutions for healthier and more sustainable diets: https://www.nutrition.org.uk/bnf-publications/bulletin/latestissue.html
This conference is one of a series around the UK and is aimed at teachers in primary and secondary schools in Scotland.
Each conference tackles the importance of childhood obesity, which has been raised further as an issue since lockdown. The conferences will be presented through inter-related presentations, focusing on key themes of obesity, curriculum, whole school, qualifications, food …
The final wave of remote resources are now online! We have been adding to our remote resources collection since the start of the school closures in March 2020, to support teachers, children and parents. There are now over 600 activity ideas available – and these will be staying on the website to support learning! To view the ‘best of’, as well as the 600 …
Join Frances and Alex from BNF for their webinar, Adverse reactions to food and the management of allergens in the classroom, on the 23 September at 4.30pm.
For more information and to register, click here.
Teach your class about the harvest with our new activity pack. The pack is designed to support teaching and learning around the importance of where food comes from, specifically the harvesting of food. To view the activity pack, including a range of games, activities and presentations, click here.
If you are planning practical food sessions, take a look at our new Practical activity guidance during COVID-19 document. To view the document, click here. We are also running a webinar discussing the comprehensive guidance developed by CLEAPSS for practical food activities during COVID-19. This webinar is fully booked, but the recording will be available on our YouTube channel.
If you want to learn more about the future of food, take a look at the British Nutrition Foundation’s new special Nutrition Bulletin issue looking at how to make foods healthier and more sustainable. Learn more about food reformulation, innovation and future solutions for healthier and more sustainable diets. This issue is FREE for the next four months. For …
Join Roy and Frances for a series of virtual practical workshops focusing on ‘back to basics’ food skills and recipe progression. The training will be conducted virtually from Roy’s and Frances’ kitchens – you just need space in your kitchen, as well as a tablet/laptop. These will be run as both Saturday morning and twilight sessions. For more dates and information, …
It’s now just less than three weeks until BNF Healthy Eating Week 2020! There are lots of ideas and resources to help your pupils tackle the Week’s seven health challenges. Register your school or nursey now and show your dedication to health and wellbeing. For more information and to register for the week, click here.