Jamie Oliver

Chef, cookbook writer and food campaigner who has encouraged millions of people to enjoy cooking fresh, delicious food from scratch over his 20-year+ career.

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill

2012 Olympic gold-winning heptathlete and three-time World Athletic Champion, who is now a BBC commentator and runs Jennis, an app specialising in women’s health.

Loyle Carner

The London-based hip hop star also set up and runs a cooking school for children with ADHD called Chilli Con Carner.

Mary Berry

Mary Berry

Legendary food writer, chef, baker and television presenter, who has decades of culinary expertise under her belt.

Greg James

The Radio 1 breakfast DJ is also co-author of the children’s book series Kid Normal, and co-presents the award-winning cricket podcast Tailenders.

Big Has

This Fifteen graduate has gone on to have his own culinary success on YouTube and released his book Big Has Home in 2022.

Jimi Famurewa

Jimi Famurewa

Journalist and The Evening Standard’s chief restaurant critic, who recently published his first book Settlers: Journeys Through The Food, Faith & Culture Of Black African London.

Luke Hall

The 17-year-old chair of the National Youth Board at Bite Back 2030, who works hard to promote better child health as an activist and an elected Member of Youth Parliament.

Seema Pankhania

Seema Pankhania (aka @seemagetsbaked) is a superstar food creator, with over 1.2M followers and 25.6M Likes on TikTok. Her food is joyful and exuberant, packed with flavour and fuelled by her appetites for travel and adventure.

George Webster

George Webster

The CBeebies presenter, actor and dancer has Down’s Syndrome, and wants to show the world that people with a learning disability can dream big and be employed.

Joe Wicks with a water bottle

Joe Wicks

The fitness coach, TV presenter and social media star is on a mission to make the world fitter, healthier and happier.

Demi Stokes, an England Lioness

Demi Stokes

Manchester City star and left-back Lioness Demi Stokes can often be found cooking for her teammates, and we’re thrilled to now have her on The Good School Food Awards team.


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