Register your school for a special, free assembly from our friends at Cool Milk
Our friends at Cool Milk are offering schools the chance to host a free assembly - to give children at Key Stage 1 a greater understanding of where milk comes from and why it's good for us.
Their Cool Milk Show includes:
- entertaining and interactive video
- lesson plan written by the Children’s Food Trust
- storybook written by award winning author Caryl Hart, for each child to take home
- educational quiz and stickers to take home
- milk on the day for every child participating
- dedicated Account Manager to coordinate and ensure the smooth running of your event.
Availability is limited so reserve your place now.
- Birds Eye has 65 years of expertise in growing and nurturing vegetables and making them the best quality choice for family meals.
- To celebrate its 65th year, Birds Eye is going back to their roots and giving every child in the UK the chance to give growing a go.
- Birds Eye is running a free pea seeds on-pack promotion which is being extended to schools and supported by the NSP, to engage the nation's teachers and pupils.
- Birds Eye wants to see children and families gaining a better understanding of the journey their food goes on before arriving on their plates.
- In celebration of Birds Eye’s 65th anniversary, National Schools Partnership has helped develop ‘The Great Food Journey’ – a brand-new, hands-on project which teaches pupils about the journey food takes from farm to plate.
- The programme, designed for primary schools (pupils aged 4-11), is packed with vibrant resources and great teaching ideas for your whole school.
- We are offering up to 150 free packets of pea seeds so pupils in your school can start to grow their own pea plants at school or at home.
- Registering is easy! Visit for more information: www.nationalschoolspartnership.com/thegreatfoodjourney
With the introduction of Free School Meals, and the introduction of the New School Food Plan Standards, School caterers are facing increasing challenges to meet the demands created by hungry school pupils. McCain Foods have developed a range of One Pot Meals, which as the name suggests can be prepared in one pot, providing solutions to the issues around staff levels, kitchen space and increased queuing.
For more information, please contact your McCain representative.
Do you have a creative culinary genius in your team?
Here at McCain Foods we have launched a One Pot Meal Competition, which is open to all catering staff working in Local Authority School.
The winner will be given a course at Hugh Fernley-Whitingstall’s River Cottage, have their recipe published and be invited to attend LACA 2015 as a guest of McCain Foods.
All the entry forms can be found at:
Or for more information, please contact your McCain representative.
Nationwide Retail Systems provide its Trust-e Cashless System to schools across the UK and its Central Council solution has been purchased by both Croydon Council (74 Secondary and Primary Schools) and Enfield Council (86 Secondary and Primary Schools).
The Trust-e Cashless System is the market leading cashless product and its innovations are the talk of councils up and down the country. Given each school has there own individual requirements we are more than happy to provide extensive free consultation to ensure that you purchase the solution that best meets your needs.
Please quote reference LACAOFFER2009 when ordering your Trust-e Cashless System which will entitle you to an exclusive member offer.
This offer is open to all LACA members
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01226 732200 and ask for the sales department quoting the above reference.