In January and November, we hold breakfast workshops with local school children to learn all about healthy eating and where our breakfast foods come from!
For a whole week, school children from across the county are given the opportunity to get really hands-on with lots of fun farm-to-fork interactive activities focused on the most important meal of the day - breakfast!
The workshops are suitable for the primary age range and include a morning of activities for classes of up to 30 pupils.
Want to get involved in 2019? Contact Rosie by emailing email@example.com to book a breakfast workshop.
Some quotes from children who have experienced Breakfast Week with us...
'I loved the breakfast day and it encouraged me to eat healthier. I’ve never had a bacon sandwich before with real bacon in it!'
'The positive effect it had on me is that before it happened I was eating coco-pops and now I am eating healthier things for breakfast.'
'It made me think so much about my breakfast and where it comes from.'
'My favourite part was when we weighed the eggs and I got the heaviest egg! It weighed 106 grams and it was a double yoke!!'
'I loved sitting on the tractor, I’ve never been on one before.'
'My favourite part was making the smoothies. Now I have one for breakfast.'
We set schools the challenge of creating their own smoothie recipe, congratulations to pupils from North Scarle Primary School, Hannah Puller won the best Smoothie Design and Bonnie Giles won Best Recipe! Read more here.