With project partners, we devise, develop and deliver food education programmes for schools.

Photo: Harris Academy Bermondsey

Breakfast Boxes

In partnership with Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity, we are providing free healthy breakfast boxes to pupils in Lambeth and Southwark whose families are in need of support during school closures.

St Paul's Primary At Their Gardening Session

Healthy Zones

The Healthy Zones programme, in partnership with Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity, aims to tackle childhood obesity.

Schools to Market

We are kicking off the eighth year of our Schools to Market programme in partnership with Whole Kids Foundation! We've put together this film to show you what it's all about.

Young Marketeers Winter Sale. Photo: Adrian Pope, Borough Market

Young Marketeers

Our Young Marketeers programme was chosen by NatWest's Skills & Opportunities Fund to receive funding for the next two years. Applications for 2020 are now open!

Know Your Onions

In 2020, we'll be continuing our successful Know your Onions programme in the London Boroughs of Camden and Enfield.

Honey Bee Programme

The Honey Bee Programme is continuing in 2020 in partnership with Whole Kids Foundation! We have created an animation to show you how it works.

Students From Pimlico Academy At Organic Lea

Compost Matters

In 2018, we launched a new programme for secondary schools focusing on food waste, enterprise and innovation within the STEM curriculum. And we've created a lovely video to show you what it's all about.

Fresh Enterprise

We're very happy to announce that Fresh Enterprise will be continuing in 2020, which is a food education programme devised for secondary schools with our partners, Belazu.

School Garden Grants

Applications for School Garden Grants from Whole Kids Foundation 2020 are now closed.

Alec Reed Academy - Summer 19


The Holiday Food and Fun programme aims to provide a variety of activities and a hot, healthy meal for primary school students during the school holidays.

Our Impact

Since 2010, we’ve been evaluating our food education programmes and we’ve come up with some pretty tasty numbers!