Presentation on theme: "Www.letsgetcooking.org.uk Let’s Get Cooking. www.letsgetcooking.org.uk ISPP2 School Food Trust non departmental public body - DCSF Let’s Get Cooking Yorkshire."— Presentation transcript:
Let’s Get Cooking
ISPP2 School Food Trust non departmental public body - DCSF Let’s Get Cooking Yorkshire & The Humber Regional staff Lisette Baker - Club Coordinator Sue Blackburn - Training Officer Who are we?
ISPP3 Basics National network of 3000 new and 2000 associate clubs set up by end of 2010 £20 million grant from BIG Lottery Fund. School based out-of-school clubs– aimed at young people aged 5-18yrs and their families. Can be run by teachers, teaching assistants, school cooks, parents, grandparents, volunteers from the community etc
ISPP4 1.Teach young people, their families and the community basic cooking skills 2.Enable and encourage cooking skills to be replicated at home 3.Improve healthy eating habits Aims of the programme
ISPP5 Key messages Let's Get Cooking is more than an after-school club. Involve the whole school community - cooks, caterers, parents, grandparents, carers, teachers, TAs, HE and FE students and members of local community. Make cooking something which regularly happens in school. Key principles Sustainable manageable enjoyable
ISPP6 Where are we now? Stages of development –21 pilots running in SW and NW England since early 2007 –20 schools in Sheffield form a Development Stage cluster (17 on waiting list) –Main national roll-out across all regions happening now new and 2000 associate clubs to be set up in next 5 years. –Partners: Business in the Community, The Princes Trust xl programmes, The Improvement Foundation, Magic Outcomes, British Nutrition Foundation, Royal Society for Health The Let’s Get Cooking national programme
ISPP8 Steps to starting the Club 1.Online applications 2. Introductory Session 3. Two-day Training Course – run by Regional Training Officer Sue Blackburn Aims: Train two adults who will be running the club basic food hygiene and safety, how to demonstrate a range of basic cooking skills to club members and gain insight into how to increase family and community involvement in cooking and food related activities. Receive Start-Up pack and introduction to resources. 4. Start-Up Day – run by Regional Club Coordinator Lisette Baker people from each school who will take a key role in running the club Minimum 2 adults Aims: Provide ideas and inspiration for the club. Introduction to website. Cook! 5. Get Cooking!
ISPP9 Paperwork! Reporting procedures Minimum expectations of club activity? Sustainable
ISPP10 Community events Family picnics Fruit kebabs and soup at parents’ eve Smoothies on Sports day Strawberry tea Community meal Fruit kebabs at school open evening Organic vegetable box curry Curry at Summer Fair
ISPP11 Let’s Get Cooking! Thank you for listening … see you soon!