Author name: Myles Bremner

The School Food Plan ten years on – what lessons can we learn?

Ten years ago today, the Government published John Vincent and Henry Dimbleby’s School Food Plan.  Welcomed by all political parties, the Guardian journalist Patrick Butler said “The School Food Plan is that rare thing in the age of cuts and austerity: a passionate, unequivocal defence of universal public service provision”. With a clear plan laying out 16 actions (and one recommendation for […]

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School gardens and the school food plan: contributing to a culture of healthy eating

Page, A, Bremner, M. and Passy, R. (2017) School gardens and the school food plan: contributing to a culture of healthy eating:  Children Learning Outside the Classroom: From Birth To Eleven https://www.amazon.co.uk/Children-Learning-Outside-Classroom-Eleven/dp/085702048XMyles Bremner 

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 The capability approach and school food education and culture in England: ‘gingerbread men ain’t gonna get me very far’

Hart, C.S. and Page, A. (2020) The capability approach and school food education and culture in England: ‘gingerbread men ain’t gonna get me very far’. Cambridge Journal of Education, Cambridge Journal of Education, 50(6), 673–693.  https://doi.org/10.1080/0305764X.2020.1764498  Myles Bremner

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