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Keep up to date with all the exciting goings-on at Chefs in School below.

response to the levelling up white paper – school food

response to the levelling up white paper – school food

We welcome the school food policy reforms announced in the ‘Levelling Up’ white paper. It is positive to see the vital importance of school food and food education being recognised when it comes to increasing health and wellbeing.

We’re hiring: chef trainer

We’re hiring: chef trainer

Chefs in Schools has an exciting opportunity for someone to share their passion for food with the next generation. We’re looking for a chef trainer to join our team, working directly for our co-founder Nicole Pisani, supporting new schools and chefs who join our movement.

baking bread: A Lesson in food education

baking bread: A Lesson in food education

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.

Neal’s Yard Dairy x chefs in schools

Neal’s Yard Dairy x chefs in schools

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.

a garden for sabina

a garden for sabina

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.

Ethical meat endeavours at Stormont House

Ethical meat endeavours at Stormont House

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.

Fermentation experimentation at woodmansterne

Fermentation experimentation at woodmansterne

At Chefs in Schools, we're all about revolutionising school food. This means doing things nobody has tried before - well - not in a school kitchen anyway. At Woodmansterne School they’ve undertaken a new adventure: making their own Koji. For the uninitiated (don't...