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Food Partnerships and Training

A Food Partnership is a continuing professional development (CPD) programme organised between a secondary school and its family of feeder primary schools. It may also have support from LEA personnel or outside bodies and organisations. The aim of the partnership is to develop food and nutrition education, specifically practical work with food, as a key learning activity. The Food Partnership training is run by the secondary food specialist teacher. The primary teachers who attend the training are likely to be the design and technology co-ordinators, who will ensure that the programmes are developed within their individual schools.

A handbook has been developed primarily for secondary school teachers who may have attended a training course run by Food in Schools accredited trainers. However, its principle and framework can be used by any secondary food specialist teacher who wishes to run a Food Partnership with their local primary schools. In addition, it may be used by a local adviser or healthy schools co-ordinator to set up a number of partnerships in their local area between schools.

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