A huge shout out to our partners
Linda McCartney’s Foods
Linda McCartney’s Foods, pioneers of delicious vegetarian and vegan food since 1991 are excited to have joined forces with Cook School. When we saw Cook School’s approach to educating children across the country to learn about food and how to cook, we knew we had to join them on their journey. We’re looking forward to helping them spread the word about healthy eating, including vegetarian and vegan dishes we know children will love.
Electrolux Food Foundation
World Cancer Research Fund
WCRF is the UK’s only charity solely dedicated to cancer prevention and survival. Over the last 30 years, WCRF has worked tirelessly to understand the links between a person’s weight, diet and physical activity levels and their cancer risk.
Junior Cooks Club is a collaboration between Cook School and World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF). The partnership was developed through a shared belief that it’s never too early to develop healthy habits, and that good food and nutrition play a vital role in enhancing life-chances of the nations children.
Opinel was launched in France in 1890 and we are proud to have over 130 years of heritage and experience making top-quality knives for the kitchen and outdoors. We are excited to partner with Cook School to help deliver our ‘garden to table’ ethos early on with children, through helping them learn to cook delicious vegetarian recipes. We also believe knives are a critical tool which can and should be used responsibly and safely, by teaching children young to handle knives correctly we passionately feel this will set them up to have a respect for these tools and use them safely throughout life.
Meet our supporters
The Savoy Educational Trust
Savoy Educational Trust is an independent, grant giving charitable trust, whose main aim is to advance and develop education, training and qualifications within the hospitality industry.