This short report shows what 20 groups and agencies learnt and gained from running practical healthy eating activities and taking part in the REHIS Elementary Food and Health course
Children and young people
Making the Case is the final report from the Early Years Self-evaluation Collaborative, a three-stage pilot support programme provided (over 2 years) by CFHS and Evaluation Support Scotland to support six community food and health initiatives improve their evaluation skills
This report gives an account of how the Early Year Self-evaluation Collaborative has continued to embed evaluation systems into its work with parents and children. Five projects completed Stage Two and have written up individual evaluation reports that describe how they are demonstrating the impact of their work.
The findings from a survey they commissioned of S3 and S4 pupils at three different schools to examine why young people chose to take their lunch outside school and what they bought to eat.
This report highlights the first stage of a three part pilot programme commissioned by CFHS, and led by Evaluation Support Scotland to support six groups to show the impact of their work with parents and children aged 0-5 years. We are keen to find out from you how useful the report is to you and …
Notes from a roundtable discussion looking at what approaches are being developed to address health inequalities through food from a very early age.
Provides an insight into the process of developing a breakfast club at every stage from set-up to sustainability in current policy climate. Poses important questions and shares practical solutions to problems that others have encountered
A briefing paper outlining reforms to the Welfare Food Scheme through which an estimated 800,000 people across the UK receive vouchers for free fruit and vegetables
Briefing paper from joint SCDP/Maternity Alliance seminar held to discuss the range of activity already underway to improve the diet of pregnant teenagers and to identify remaining challenges and ways of tackling them together.
Notes from a roundtable discussion on fruit in schools involving practitioners from around the country including those with experience of operating ‘fruit in schools’ schemes and others charged with setting them up