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.
Topic: school meals
Free School Meals Bill; small grants scheme 2005; study tour to Wales; SCOFF nutrition research; Bridgend Farm; Harvest for Health; Orkney Association of Youth Clubs; Confidence to Cook; Question Time; Food Train; Healthy Scotland Convention
Small grants 2004; Feeding the Interest; SCOFF nutrition research; Rainbow Family Centre; Papdale Fruit Initiative; regional food and health strategies; Question Time; Source 2004
Growing Interest report; small grants distribution; school meals; SCOFF nutrition research; New Ways Healthy Living Centre; Sustain; health promoting schools; Cookwell.
Scottish Healthy Choices Award Scheme; small grants scheme 2002; Growing Interest conference; SCOFF nutrition research; Knowetop Community Farm; young people and food safety; Breastfeeding Initiative; information exchange.
Parliaments; Scotland’s First Food and Health Co-ordinator; SCOFF and nutrition research; Prestonpans Breakfast Club; Northern Exposure report; Food Poverty Network; Food Standards Agency; Information Exchange
Radio Four Food Programme; Scottish Parliament; Scottish Healthy Choices Award Scheme; Fresher Futures; food safety; Scottish schools; Food Standards Agency; Food Poverty Network; nutrition research news; Information Exchange
SCDP evaluation; health inequalities; healthy living centres; diabetes; school lunches; nutrition research news; Information Exchange; Inequalities Health and the New Scotland
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