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Putting the Ooo back into food - Cookery Guide

The organisers of British Food Fortnight have worked with experts in education and culinary fields to produce a guide to incorporating cookery within the national curriculum. The guide gives practical advice on how to organise cookery activities for young people. It also contains examples from schools that have successfully incorporated cookery within their curriculum teaching; ideas for cookery lessons for early years, primary and secondary children and contacts of organisations that can help you by providing chefs who can visit your school to give cooking demonstrations and assist with lessons.

This resource is produced by
British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)
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