The final programme for the EDUcatering Forum has been announced. The event takes place on 3rd May at Haberdashers’ Hall in London and will see people from across the school catering industry gather to discuss themes of head teacher engagement, food inflation, childhood obesity and holiday hunger.
Highlights of the day include a cooking demonstration by Chartwells and a keynote speech by Jason O’Rourke, head teacher at Washingborough Academy in Lincolnshire. Delegates will also be the first to hear from EDUcatering’s exclusive research into the catering services of multi-academy trusts.
To book your place for just £20, visit www.educateringforum.co.uk.
10.30 Opening Remarks Jane Renton, editorial director, EDUcatering Magazine
10.40 Creating a food education culture in your school Jason O’Rourke, head teacher, Washingborough Academy & EDUcatering Excellence School Food Plan Award winner
11.10 School Food Plan: The work continues. Welcome to the Alliance Stephanie Wood, School Food Plan Alliance & founder, School Food Matters
11.30 Refreshments and Exhibition viewing
12.00 Childhood obesity: An update Dr Rosalind Miller, nutrition scientist, British Nutrition Foundation
12.20 EDUcatering Research: The rise of multi-academy trusts Morag Wilson, editor, EDUcatering magazine
12.30 Cooking demonstration: Global Adventures By the Chartwells team
14.00 Holiday hunger: What are you doing this summer? Rachel Warwick, founder, Make Lunch
14.20 School budgets and its impact on catering services Vickie Hacking, principle advisor, Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE)
14.40 Learnings on talking up great food and taking down food inflation Rich Watts, senior Catering Mark manager, Food for Life Served Here
15.00 LACA and the future An interview with Sally Shadrack, chair, LACA
15.20 Change4Life Be Food Smart campaign Public Health England
15.40 Closing remarks and the launch of the EDUcatering Excellence Awards Morag Wilson, editor, EDUcatering magazine