Food for Life training for teachers
23rd August 2018
If you work in a primary school setting in Greenwich and would like practical support embedding food growing or cookery skills into the curriculum, our FREE one day training could be for you.
Following a successful first run in spring, Royal Greenwich and Good Food in Greenwich (GFiG) have teamed up with the Woodlands Farm Trust to offer teachers a fresh round of Food for Life training, starting on 19 September.
We’ve had some fantastic feedback from some of the teachers in Greenwich who have already taken part. Of those we surveyed, all reported feeling more confident in leading food-related activities such as cooking, growing and creating links with farms.
Food for Life is the school food transformation programme, which is run nationally by the Soil Association and funded locally by Greenwich Public Health. You can find out more about the Food for Life programme and get full details of the dates, venues and topics covered on the training by downloading the handy course guide.
Don’t miss out!
The training is open to all Greenwich primary school teachers, meaning your school doesn’t need to have signed up to Food for Life for you to take part. Food for Life training is a great way of exchanging ideas and sharing experiences with teaching colleagues from across the borough.
Please note spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
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