We create free materials for teachers and parents to support young people aged 5–14 in developing their understanding and love of fresh, healthy food, the skills they need to cook for themselves and the desire to celebrate food with friends and family.
The Get Set to Eat Fresh programme will reach 1.2 million young people aged 5-14 across the country. 75% of teachers using the Get Set to Eat Fresh programme agree that their pupils have been inspired to eat more healthily.
What better time to master cooking skills than the start of a new school year? Find out how our Team GB heroes master new skills, and develop cutting skills to cook fresh, healthy meals with confidence.
Team GB athletes love healthy snacks! Our Snack for Success activities encourage students to discuss and track their snacking habits, using Team GB athletes as inspiration for writing a healthier snacks pledge or creating their own healthy snack.
Activities to bring families together in celebrating fresh, healthy food.
Explore the texture, taste and smell of different fruits with these flexible fruity desserts. These simple recipes are great for building a range of basic cooking skills that will help get children cooking either at home or in the classroom.