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Innovation in school meals in focus, as International School Meals Day 2024 launches

...launched for 2024. This year's theme is ‘Innovation in school meals: new routes to sustainable nutrition’.  ISMD aims to encourage children and young people around the world (with support from their teachers and families) to connect and talk...


Food, Families, Futures (2015-2020)

...and around the partnership areas, including increasing nourishment, reducing hunger and improving nutrition Improve the engagement and confidence of parents in their children's learning, resulting in improved early development, social inclusion,...


The early years in focus: creating an event to support the sector

...that domestic violence went up during the pandemic (click here for more)), to the interplay of nutrition, eyesight development, and making food fun. For those working in this field, it is imperative to consider the whole child, including...


'School meals are as important as books used in the classroom'

...Lindsay Graham, Scottish food campaigner, and Yibo Wood, Global Coordinator for the US Food and nutrition Service, provide the answers… Lynn: How did it all start? Lindsay: ‘Collaboration and ideas sparked from simple conversation’ –...


Good Food Nation Bill consultation: Supporting the principle of a right to food

...and families have the right to food, a right which extends to food that is adequate in terms of nutrition, safety and cultural appropriateness. Amy Woodhouse, Head of Policy, Projects and Participation, said: "In our response to the Proposed...

Children's rights Food Health Legislation Poverty Wellbeing

From Drumchapel macaroni to white bread myths: what I’ve learned from four years of Food, Families, Futures

...Goal Number 2 - Zero Hunger is realised: 'End hunger, achieve food security and adequate nutrition for all' so all children in Scotland have an equal chance to flourish. Share this Our...

community family Food food insecurity Inequality Poverty

25 Calls response: Let’s agree on what makes ‘good’ food – then make it a reality for every child in Scotland

...for all produced with care for the natural world. We recognise that food is about far more than nutrition. It can be a tool for tackling some of the greatest challenges society faces. Diets are inextricably linked to both human health and the...


Cooking up a storm: celebrating three years of partnership with Cyrenians

...3,4  and our learning gained from joint  teaching sessions with year 1 nursing students. While nutrition is known to be significant for brain development in utero, childhood and adolescence 5,6  there is now increasing recognition  that the...


‘Change the language of poverty for young people’ is #1 call in Children in Scotland’s 25th anniversary campaign

...participation and food education: give communities the keys to school kitchens (Donna Borokinni, nutritional health consultant and trainer working in Glasgow) Launch a national effort to provide ‘Well Teenager’ clinics to support all young...


My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018

...it plays in their lives. First held in 2013, the day raises awareness of healthy eating and good nutrition for all children by bringing people together to take part in food activities as well as share recipes and best practice. Each year sees an...


Co-producing meals will help target obesity and support healthy eating

...including young people leading on the development of school dinner experiences. Ensuring nutritional guidelines are shaped by children and families and are accessible and meaningful for them Councils working with school leaders to...


Co-producing school meals with pupils and families 'will help target obesity and support healthy eating'

...be informed by a mix of community best practice, strong guidance and robust legislation Ensuring nutritional guidelines are shaped by children and families and are accessible and meaningful for them Councils working with school leaders to...


Messages around healthy eating “muddled”, says Scots Masterchef

...with parents and volunteers at the four-week summer club, agrees about the importance of teaching nutrition, food handling and planning, and the emphasis on parents. “Initiatives like this show what can be done in a small space of time and...

Education Food Health Jackie Brock News

Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

...to support visually impaired preschool children at home and in nursery. Lead by experts in vision, nutrition and habilitation a workshop will allow delegates to experience sight impairment and how it impacts on everyday tasks. By stepping into the...


The family food shop in an ideal world

...Joynson Families Food food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment Research exploring what families would choose to eat if income was sufficient shows the inaccessibility...

Families Food food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment

We must address the socio-economic drivers of childhood obesity

...on reducing the health harms of foods, we also submitted evidence to the consultations on nutritional Requirements in Schools (August 2018), Welfare Foods (June 2018) and Healthier Future: Actions and Ambitions on Diet, Activity and...


Call 9: Ensure Scotland's next generation can lead active, healthy lives

...adequate for the child's physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social development ... including nutrition, clothing and housing.' 25 Calls Return to the main 25 Calls page to find out what change others are calling...


Call 15: Top up child benefit by £5 per week to loosen the grip of child poverty

...in case of need provide material assistance and support programmes, particularly with regard to nutrition, clothing and housing...' 25 Calls Return to the main 25 Calls page to find out what change others are calling...


Brakes

...our practical input helps tackle child poverty. “This includes practical training, help with nutrition and providing volunteers, as well as the essential ingredients to create tasty, nutritious menus for the children participating in clubs to...


News

...Lindsay Graham, Scottish food campaigner, and Yibo Wood, Global Coordinator for the US Food and nutrition Service, provide the answers 1 March 2022 The brutal but necessary process of ‘getting over...



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Innovation in school meals in focus, as International School Meals Day 2024 launches

...launched for 2024. This year's theme is ‘Innovation in school meals: new routes to sustainable nutrition’.  ISMD aims to encourage children and young people around the world (with support from their teachers and families) to connect and talk...


The early years in focus: creating an event to support the sector

...that domestic violence went up during the pandemic (click here for more)), to the interplay of nutrition, eyesight development, and making food fun. For those working in this field, it is imperative to consider the whole child, including...


'School meals are as important as books used in the classroom'

...Lindsay Graham, Scottish food campaigner, and Yibo Wood, Global Coordinator for the US Food and nutrition Service, provide the answers… Lynn: How did it all start? Lindsay: ‘Collaboration and ideas sparked from simple conversation’ –...


Good Food Nation Bill consultation: Supporting the principle of a right to food

...and families have the right to food, a right which extends to food that is adequate in terms of nutrition, safety and cultural appropriateness. Amy Woodhouse, Head of Policy, Projects and Participation, said: "In our response to the Proposed...

Children's rights Food Health Legislation Poverty Wellbeing

From Drumchapel macaroni to white bread myths: what I’ve learned from four years of Food, Families, Futures

...Goal Number 2 - Zero Hunger is realised: 'End hunger, achieve food security and adequate nutrition for all' so all children in Scotland have an equal chance to flourish. Share this Our...

community family Food food insecurity Inequality Poverty

25 Calls response: Let’s agree on what makes ‘good’ food – then make it a reality for every child in Scotland

...for all produced with care for the natural world. We recognise that food is about far more than nutrition. It can be a tool for tackling some of the greatest challenges society faces. Diets are inextricably linked to both human health and the...


Cooking up a storm: celebrating three years of partnership with Cyrenians

...3,4  and our learning gained from joint  teaching sessions with year 1 nursing students. While nutrition is known to be significant for brain development in utero, childhood and adolescence 5,6  there is now increasing recognition  that the...


‘Change the language of poverty for young people’ is #1 call in Children in Scotland’s 25th anniversary campaign

...participation and food education: give communities the keys to school kitchens (Donna Borokinni, nutritional health consultant and trainer working in Glasgow) Launch a national effort to provide ‘Well Teenager’ clinics to support all young...


My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018

...it plays in their lives. First held in 2013, the day raises awareness of healthy eating and good nutrition for all children by bringing people together to take part in food activities as well as share recipes and best practice. Each year sees an...


Co-producing meals will help target obesity and support healthy eating

...including young people leading on the development of school dinner experiences. Ensuring nutritional guidelines are shaped by children and families and are accessible and meaningful for them Councils working with school leaders to...


Co-producing school meals with pupils and families 'will help target obesity and support healthy eating'

...be informed by a mix of community best practice, strong guidance and robust legislation Ensuring nutritional guidelines are shaped by children and families and are accessible and meaningful for them Councils working with school leaders to...


Messages around healthy eating “muddled”, says Scots Masterchef

...with parents and volunteers at the four-week summer club, agrees about the importance of teaching nutrition, food handling and planning, and the emphasis on parents. “Initiatives like this show what can be done in a small space of time and...

Education Food Health Jackie Brock News


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Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

...to support visually impaired preschool children at home and in nursery. Lead by experts in vision, nutrition and habilitation a workshop will allow delegates to experience sight impairment and how it impacts on everyday tasks. By stepping into the...


Brakes

...our practical input helps tackle child poverty. “This includes practical training, help with nutrition and providing volunteers, as well as the essential ingredients to create tasty, nutritious menus for the children participating in clubs to...


News

...Lindsay Graham, Scottish food campaigner, and Yibo Wood, Global Coordinator for the US Food and nutrition Service, provide the answers 1 March 2022 The brutal but necessary process of ‘getting over...



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The family food shop in an ideal world
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...Joynson Families Food food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment Research exploring what families would choose to eat if income was sufficient shows the inaccessibility...

Families Food food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment

We must address the socio-economic drivers of childhood obesity
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...on reducing the health harms of foods, we also submitted evidence to the consultations on nutritional Requirements in Schools (August 2018), Welfare Foods (June 2018) and Healthier Future: Actions and Ambitions on Diet, Activity and...


Call 9: Ensure Scotland's next generation can lead active, healthy lives
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...adequate for the child's physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social development ... including nutrition, clothing and housing.' 25 Calls Return to the main 25 Calls page to find out what change others are calling...


Call 15: Top up child benefit by £5 per week to loosen the grip of child poverty
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...in case of need provide material assistance and support programmes, particularly with regard to nutrition, clothing and housing...' 25 Calls Return to the main 25 Calls page to find out what change others are calling...