Amelia Freer Supports Chefs in Schools
Jun 9, 2021
Jun 9, 2021
Baking bread from scratch is something the primary schools we work with all do. Not only does it smell amazing, but it’s a good way to make savings which can be reinvested in buying better produce. It’s also a neat way of introducing new flavours to pupils.
The team at Neal’s Yard Dairy already do a cheese of the month selection, but this time, for the community box, the purchase also includes a £2.50 donation to a cause close to their hearts.
The Canvin and Catchpole Christmas Hampers are back with a new target to supply 3,000 school meals in partnership with Chefs in Schools and the #giveasausage campaign.
Sabina Nessa was a teacher at Rushey Green Primary School in Lewisham, one of the schools we support. They are a fantastic team and it’s heartbreaking to know they’ve lost a passionate, caring and dedicated teacher in such cruel circumstances.
We are delighted to announce that the Garfield Weston foundation is supporting chefs in schools with a grant of £75,000 over the next three years.
Chefs, students and the Craft Guild of Chefs worked together to put on a pop-up supper club with a difference – serving school lunch to the diners.
Charlie is the Head Chef at Stormont House SENs School, and serves up a vegetarian menu twice a week, investing the savings he makes in better quality meat for the other days.