This collection brings together publications by PHE relating to schools and school food.
This collection brings together publications by Public Health England (PHE) relating to schools and school food.
It is anticipated that schools and caterers use the Government Buying Standards for Food & Catering Services Nutrition Criteria (GBSF) alongside the School Food Standards to help reduce salt, saturated fat and sugar in children’s diets.
PHE and the Children’s Food Trust worked to pilot and publish a guide and checklist tool for school caterers to help them to meet the GBSF mandatory nutrition criteria.
The trust also published:
The School Food Plan has developed guidance to help school leaders adopt a whole school approach to food and create a culture and ethos of healthy eating.
PHE has worked with the School Food Plan to produce the What Works Well Recipe Hub. This resource shows over 100 recipes across the school day that meet the school food standards whilst also meeting the required nutrition criteria of the GBSF.
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