This short report provides a summary of research commissioned by CFHS that studied the impact of cooking skills on families.
Topic: young people
The impact of community cookery skills activities on families – a comparison between three different approaches
In October 2012 Consilium Research and Consultancy Limited was commissioned by CFHS to explore the impact of different approaches to delivering community cookery skills activities on families. The research aims to identify and analyse the sustainable outcomes for families engaging in three approaches to delivering cooking courses.
This booklet features tips and ideas gathered from a CFHS youth, food and health networking event that focused on work with a range of young people.
This factsheet provides examples of how three youth groups were inspired by TV formats to create a friendly competitive environment to teach cookery skills.
Food practices among low-income mothers with young children; community food initiatives tackling food poverty in Ireland; young people, food and health; Healthy Living Tastes Better
Following consultation with young people in the North Glasgow area, these guidelines and healthy eating toolkit were developed. As well as advice for clubs on what they can do to improve the availability of healthier food in youth clubs, the guidelines include ideas on how to run healthy eating, growing, and cookery activities, with ideas …
Tomorrow’s Menu; Turning Point Scotland; Celebrating outcomes; healthyliving award; Beyond Smoothies
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
Local voices; Going Forth; Healthy ‘n’ Happy; Broomhouse; The Food Train; Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus.
Schools and school age children; REHIS Elementary Food and Health course; cooking with substitutes; Moray Access to Health Project