Bite Back 2030’s School Food Champions Programme Opens for Applications

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Applications have opened for Bite Back 2030’s School Food Champions (SFC) programme. There are fully funded spaces for 50 schools to begin delivering the programme in September 2023.

The SFC programme equips KS3 students with the tools to lead on social action projects to improve the food environment in their schools. Students have the opportunity to:

  • Deep-dive into interesting topics such as food injustice and inequality
  • Learn to use their voice to make positive changes in their community
  • Develop their public speaking, negotiation, and project planning skills
  • Take part in citizen science, mapping their school and community
  • Transform school food to be more nutritious, delicious, and appealing
  • Make a change and have fun while doing so!

Through participating, schools will receive funding, resources, training, support, and access to a network of like minded schools.

Bite Back 2030 is a national charity which seeks to build a movement of young people to campaign for food justice and better access to healthy food.

Further details of the School Food Champions programme, including applications and nominations, can be found on the Bite Back 2030 website.