By signing up to the School Food Standards you are demonstrating your continued commitment to the health and wellbeing of your pupils. The new food-based standards are much easier to use and provide much more flexibility for caterers. They provide a nutritional safety net for children and an assurance to parents (find out more about them here).
David Laws MP and Lord Nash have written to academies to encourage them to sign up to these standards. Have a look at their letter here.
You can see those academies and free schools that have already signed up here.
So far, all the large Multi-Academy Trusts have been eager to do this. These include: Ark, Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), School Partnership Trust (SPTA), E-ACT, David Ross Education Trust (DRET), REAch2 Academy Trust, Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT), Harris Federation, Greenwood Dale Foundation Trust (GDFT), Oasis Community Learning and United Learning Trust.
Add your name to the list to demonstrate your commitment to the heath and well-being of your pupils by signing up today.
*If you are unable to access the outlook link then please copy and paste the following text in to an email and send to: email@example.com
My academy (INSERT NAME) agrees that school food standards provide an important nutritional safety net. We agree that all food and drink provided by or on behalf of the academy shall comply with the school food standards legislation. This includes any food and drink provided through outlets such as tuck shops and vending machines.