Primary and Secondary School Cooking and Nutrition Education Conference & Exhibition
Event Dates and Prices
Friday 9th October 2020
8.30am – 3.30pm
“Bring food education to life in partnership with the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF)”
Mondale Events are delighted to be working with The Health and Wellbeing Service at Leeds City Council and the BNF to bring you this exciting and innovative event, following on from the success of the 2019 National Food and Nutrition Education Conference. The conference will include learning on the NEW Health Education (healthy eating) Curriculum, Ofsted and preparing for a deep dive in Nutrition and Cooking
The conference is aimed at ALL teachers regardless of career stage and will provide insight into the national food and nutrition issues that impact the lives and education of children and young people.
There will be presentations and workshops being delivered by Roy Ballam, Frances Meek and Claire Theobald of the British Nutrition Foundation in the fields of planning schemes of work for nutrition education, where food comes from, food safety, classroom management, careers and practical cooking.
Companies wishing to take a stand at this event should kindly contact us as soon as possible to secure their place.
Delegates are requested to register using the ‘delegate registration’ button to the left of this page and to select either primary or secondary workshops.
The cost per delegate is £125 including lunch and refreshments and additional delegate places from the same establishment are £75 per person. Please note that this event is not included in SLA offers.
A concessionary rate of £75 is also available for both those delegates from voluntary, community or charity groups and students/trainee teachers.
Delegates will be invoiced directly from Leeds City Council following registration on this site.
The following workshops will be running and can be selected on the booking form.
Primary Workshops (11.30am, 11.50am & 1.30pm)
1A – Healthy Eating: bringing the Eatwell Guide to life – 11.30am
2A – Food Safety in the primary classroom – 11.50am
3A – Focus on cooking – a practical session – 1.30pm
Secondary Workshops (11.30am, 11.50am & 1.30pm)
1B – Diet and health – can you trust the headlines? – 11.30am
2B – Inspiring students – Careers in Food and Nutrition – 11.50am
3B – Active learning – healthy eating, cooking and where food comes from – 1.30pm