One year on from the launch of the Free Infant School Meals, Education Business revisits how effective the School Food Plan has been in improving the quality of food in English schools. However, with the free school meals now under apparent threat, has it been effective enough?

Catering in schools is improving the quality of its food by meeting standard of nutrition, freshness and sustainability. The Food For Life Catering Mark is an initiative to tackle food in education and raise the standards even higher

Despite his fame and fortune, forged from a fanatical fancy for food, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver continues in his quest to improve nutrition and cooking skills in schools across the UK. Food Revolution Day, which took place in May, highlights the need for food education in the curriculum

Support is now available to help your school build on the foundations provided by new school food standards. Dr Patricia Mucavele from the Children’s Food Trust explains more

Welcoming dining areas are as important to school meal success as delicious and nutritious food. Jeremy Boardman of the Children’s Food Trust offers tips for making your canteen a lunchtime magnet for pupils

In 2005, Jamie Oliver caught the nations attention with his documentary series Jamie’s School Dinners, emphasising the harsh reality of food in many schools throughout the UK. Ten years on, the conversation that won’t go away is once again causing controversy up and down schools throughout the country

Dr Patricia Mucavele of the Children’s Food Trust shares the expert support and advice available to schools implementing the new school food standards which come into force in January

Simon Frost of the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association explores the steps that schools should take to ensure that dining areas help catering teams deliver a great service to pupils

The Food for Life Partnership aims to help children understand the link between growing and cooking, and in doing so, to revolutionise school meals. Jo Wild reports

The new school food standards, which will be mandatory from January 2015, are designed to make it easier for school cooks to create imaginative, flexible and nutritious menus. Education Business reports on the new standards and how the changes have been received by the industry

The kitchen is one of a school’s biggest consumers of power and water, so it’s vital to get purchasing decisions right. There are significant changes in legislation coming up, which will have a direct impact on buying choices. Nick Oryino of the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association gives an update 

With the creation of the School Food Plan and the announcement of Universal Infant Free School Meals, now is the time to make  positive and long-lasting change to school food, writes school food advisor Jayne Greatorex from the Children’s Food Trust

The Children’s Food Trust shares advice on how primary schools can overcome obstacles to implementing the new rules on free meals in the Children and Families Bill in September

Anne Bull of the Local Authority Caterers Association (LACA) describes how new government guidelines can help school caterers deliver meals of a high nutritional standard

All meals served in schools must meet strict nutritional standards, and lunchboxes
should be no exception, says nutritionist Sarah West