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Best School Food Project winner at the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink Awards 2016

PUBLISHED: 11:42 27 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:42 27 April 2016

Winners of the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink Awards 2016

Winners of the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink Awards 2016


This award is for a school project based on food and nutrition. Judges were looking for an original and effective project, which has been initiated and led by a teacher(s) who is enthused and motivated by the subject. The pupils should be fully engaged in the theoretical and practical aspects of food.

Orford CEVA Primary School

The Kitchen Garden Project gives young children the opportunity to experience first hand experience of growing and cooking their own food, giving them a unique insight and understanding why it is so important to have a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Nominations described the school as – ‘Such an amazing, small country school with wonderful enthusiastic and passionate teachers’.

St Joseph’s College

St Joseph’s College produces great food using 90% of fresh produce. Pupils enjoy making a variety of dishes including soups, breads, and an array of delicious desserts. St Josephs’ strive to make great tasting food for the students to enjoy and are constantly thinking of new ideas to come up with fresh ideas to keep children interested in food.

Find out the rest of the winners at the EADT Suffolk magazine Food and Drink awards.


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