School food

Self-funding children’s enterprise

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Healthy Tuck Shops and Stationery Shops in primary schools give children an opportunity to practise enterprise skills and to make a small profit.



Healthy enterprise

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Drive up “5-a-day” with a child-led healthy tuck shop. Healthy tuck shops are popping up nationwide, delivering far-reaching benefits.


The Crunch is here!

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The Crunch is a year of exciting activities, experiences and discussions about our food, our health and our planet.


Proud pupils inspire healthy eating

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Pupils Profit offers high-quality enterprise toolkits to groups of key stage 2 children, enabling them to set up their own business within the school. The business can be a healthy tuck shop or a stationery shop.


Universal infant FSM solution

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SPONSORED PRODUCT: Don’t panic – it’s not too late. That’s the message from leading school meals provider of healthy food – Pasta King, who are conscious that some schools may still be struggling to deliver universal infant free school meals.


Orchard initiative

A total of 150 primary schools across the country have received help to create traditional orchards in their grounds. The Fruit-Full Schools programme, developed by Learning through Landscapes, aims to support environmental sustainability and locally grown produce.

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