Rachel offers a tailored package dependant on the needs and appetite of the school. Food education is a now a part of the National Curriculum and the epidemic of overweight and obesity needs to be addressed in schools, by educating staff, parents and meal providers, and especially children, of the importance of a balanced diet.

Options include:

·        Presentations on the key messages and importance of a balanced diet to teachers and support staff as part of their continuous professional development (CPD)

·        Facilitated workshops with teachers to look at the whole school approach and improve the nutrition offer within the school

·        Presentations to parents on the key messages and importance of a balance diet including myth busting and Q&A

·        Nutritionist support at sports day/fun run events

·        Tailored teaching sessions for pupils

·        School assemblies.

 

Feedback from head teacher:

Since your healthy eating workshops, the staff focus on health has grown measurably, with positive conversations resulting in the staffroom, corridors and classrooms. As a result, all the staff who attended have taken with them a renewed sense of care in their diets, and in their wellbeing as a whole…the sessions were really well planned and delivered and their impact will last well beyond this year, so thanks so much from all of us.’

 

Feedback from various teachers, support staff and parents:

‘Great! Informative and practical – useful for us and for pupils-Thank you.’

‘I liked how easily approachable she is.’

‘Very good balance and a delicate balance maintained and avoided being ‘preachy’ -(v easy when talking about diets).’

‘Lovely lady, very informative. Thanks.’

‘Good speaker with a good knowledge and very good at answering people’s questions as fully as possible.’

‘It was very exciting session and I learnt a lot. Thank you.’

 

If you are interested in using Rachel’s services please contact her at:  [email protected]