The third annual Food Revolution Day was held on Friday 16 May and this year the focus was inspiring kids all over the world to get excited about food and cooking from scratch. As a major part of the day, Jamie Oliver was broadcasting a cooking class to school children across the globe, streamed via the combined channels of TES in the UK; TES Connect in the USA (through its ‘Share My Lesson’ site); TES Australia and Jamie’s own FoodTube channel. He hopes to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(tm) attempt for the most participants in a cookery lesson in 24 hours (multiple venues).
Jamie quote : ”It’s time to take action! We need every child to understand where food comes from, how to cook it, and how it affects their body. This is about setting kids up with the knowledge they need to make better food choices for life.”
18 students and 8 staff took part in Food Revolution Day.
Food Revolution Day
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