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Competition on food issues with a prize worth £1000 - enter by March 25th

Discussion in 'Geography' started by film_ed, Mar 11, 2011.












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    This
    competition linked to the documentary feature film Food, Inc., students are invited to devise a campaign on a food
    issue they feel strongly about. The campaign might be to:




    <ul style="margin-top:0cm;"><li class="MsoNormal" style="margin-top:0.1pt;margin-bottom:0.1pt;">publicise
    information about food production<li class="MsoNormal" style="margin-top:0.1pt;margin-bottom:0.1pt;">promote
    positive action on healthy eating, or<li class="MsoNormal" style="margin-top:0.1pt;margin-bottom:0.1pt;">encourage
    direct action to grow, cook and serve organic produce in school meals.[/LIST]



    Entries should be made up of three original campaign
    resources &ndash; for example, a poster, a letter and a leaflet created by the
    students.




    The winning
    entrant will receive &pound;1000 for their school to spend on an organic vegetable
    garden, a trip to an organic farm or equipment for food technology
    lessons. Winning schools will also receive a day&rsquo;s free consultancy with
    Jeanette Orrey, the Soil Association school meals&rsquo; expert and the inspiration
    for Jamie Oliver&rsquo;s campaign to improve school meals.




    ENTER BY MARCH 25th




    See www.filmeducation.org/foodinc/competition
    for further details.


    To request a
    free disc of resources linked to the film Food, Inc. , contact secondary@filmeducation.org




    Best wishes,


    Film Education team
     

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