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Enterprise Den

The Food Education Companies pioneering creative learning resource, Enterprise Den gives you at least a half term of curriculum planning, based around enterprise, using food as the stimuli and has health and wellbeing at its core.

What are the benefits?

  • Promotes the development of successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens.
  • Encourages positive attitudes towards future well-being and healthy lifestyles.
  • Provides a range of innovative curriculum resources that place an emphasis on skill development through real world issues.
  • Contributes to the coverage of the underpinning values of the National Curriculum and the National Curriculum learning objectives.
  • Through engaging, structured activities these resources utilise interactive teaching methods to support the development of personalised learning.
  • Provides a range of clearly identifiable assessment opportunities.
  • Supports links between the school, home and wider community (community cohesion).
  • Strongly supports the development of essential life skills identified within the Excellence and Enjoyment Strategy.
  • Provides evidence as it has been mapped against the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.
  • Provides sustainable outcomes for schools.
  • Includes an evaluation tool to assess improvements and changes as a result of the project

Enterprise Den can be used as a standalone resource or you can engage The Food Education Company to present and facilitate the programme. Contact us to find out more about the various options. 

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"His (The Food Education Company chef John) rapport with children and staff was outstanding allowing the important messages he was trying to get across, to be delivered with ease and in a fun context. To say that all children, and staff, enjoyed today is an understatement. He has achieved today what many teachers would find difficult, even after many years of experience. He is a credit to your organisation."

Linda Cumming, Headteacher, Sugar Hill Primary School