The #Braw Lunch-Brake Challenge

The #Braw Lunch-Brake Challenge

A challenge for Primary 5,6 and 7 pupils in partnership between Brakes Scotland,Food and Drink Federation Scotland, RHET, ASSIST FM and Education Scotland. 

PROJECT AIM:
As part of Year of Young People 2018 “The Braw Lunch-Brake Challenge” is an opportunity to enhance the food education experience in schools by;

• Encouraging greater understanding of the food chain from field to fork and sea to plate

• Supporting educated food choices

• Developing an understanding of the real world of work and how businesses operate

Can your pupils design an innovative new dish that includes local Scottish produce that would appeal to diners/pupils and enhance the school dining experience for all users? We would ask that the pupils work with your catering teams to achieve this.

The deadline for initial dish ideas to be submitted has been extended to the of 18th May, a team of judges from the partner organisations will then select a number of shortlisted teams to go onto a grand final at City of Glasgow College on Tuesday 12th June where they will be asked to pitch their idea to a team of “dragons”. They will also take a tour of the college to see where they might have the opportunity to study in future. Further, the young people will meet Gary McLean, Scolands national chef and professional masterchef winner 2016. The overall winner will also receive a all expenses paid trip for their class to the Royal Highland Show.

Please see the attached document for further information and an application form. Please note the deadline stated on the document has been extended to Friday 18th of May. Applications are to be returned to schools@fdfscotland.org.uk

Documents

file 14521_Brakes_Braw_Lunch_Brake_Digital_FINAL.pdf April 12, 2018

Posted by WE Admin on 12 April 2018 at 14:02

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