Eat Smart Sheffield

Eat Smart Sheffield

Training & Events

Eat Smart Sheffield Briefing
Briefing Overview Session Information

If you’re interested to learn more about the Eat Smart Sheffield programme, please come along to this informal briefing session.

Focusing on a whole school and settings approach to food and nutrition, the programme aims to provide tools for changes to food culture and the curriculum, as well as ways to improve confidence, skills, knowledge and understanding of food and healthy behaviours.

This one hour session will provide an overview of the programme and look at what Eat Smart Sheffield can offer your school.

Date 6 Februry 2020
Time 4.30-5.30pm
Venue Learn Sheffield Training & Development Hub
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Eat Smart Sheffield Briefing
Briefing Overview Session Information

If you’re interested to learn more about the Eat Smart Sheffield programme, please come along to this informal briefing session.

Focusing on a whole school and settings approach to food and nutrition, the programme aims to provide tools for changes to food culture and the curriculum, as well as ways to improve confidence, skills, knowledge and understanding of food and healthy behaviours.

This one hour session will provide an overview of the programme and look at what Eat Smart Sheffield can offer your school.

Date 4 December 2019
Time 4.30-5.30pm
Venue Learn Sheffield Training & Development Hub
Eat Smart Sheffield Conference
Conference Overview Event Information

Save the date for our first Eat Smart Sheffield Conference - showcasing some of the excellent work that has been achieved since our launch in September 2019 plus the latest healthy food related initiatives, research and good practice.

With a focus on a whole school and settings approach to food and nutrition, this is open to anyone working with children, families and the wider community who have an interest in their health and wellbeing, including Head Teachers, teaching staff, school and health specialists, and public health team members.

Date 21 May 2020
Time 9.00-3.30pm
Venue Sheffield Hallam University

Keynote Speaker: Greg Fell

Greg Fell, Director of Public Health, Sheffield City Council Greg graduated from Nottingham University with a degree in Biochemistry & Physiology in 1993. Since then, he has worked in a number of roles in Health Promotion and Public Health before joining the Public Health Training Scheme. Greg then worked as a consultant in Public Health in the PCT, Bradford, then Bradford City Council. Since February 2016 he has worked for Sheffield City Council as the Director of Public Health

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