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Smaller portions with too many carbs and increasing free school meal numbers is worrying teachers. Jamie’s call for new academies to follow the same compulsory nutritional standards as other schools has been supported by a vast majority of educational staff. Having surveyed over 500 members, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers found that 82 per Read the full article…

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Ready Steady Grow was first set up in primary schools in Holyhead, Llangefni and Amlwch in 2010, the brainchild of the Environmental Team Manager and Co-Ordinator of Plas Cybi Partnership – a Communities First Group based in Holyhead. Through this most valuable of projects the young people who take part are inspired to look at Read the full article…

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Story by Juliane Caillouette Noble Save Our School food standards Jamie stepped back in the ring on the school food fight last November. During an interview on BBC Breakfast, he made his thoughts clear on the government’s decision to make new academies and free schools exempt from the nutritional standards for school food across England. Read the full article…

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Story by Juliane Caillouette Noble Zac Goldsmith MP joined forces with Jamie and other school food campaigners today by tabling a motion in parliament that calls for his fellow MP’s to expresses its concern that academies and free schools opened since September 2010 are no longer required to meet the mandatory standards for school food; Read the full article…

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Story by BBC A project set up by TV chef Jamie Oliver has been given £80,000 to help people in Rotherham learn how to cook. The town's Ministry of Food, which opened in 2008, has been given the money by Coalfields Regeneration Trust to help 480 people by 2013. Oliver visited the town when filming Read the full article…