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  1. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Education Programme

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    Last week at Lord’s Cricket Ground, the Cricket World Cup 2019 launched its Schools Programme, designed to engage one million young people in primary schools throughout England and Wales in the lead up to -and duration of -the tournament.
  2. Aldi launches competition to highlight healthy eating education in schools

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    The Get Set to Eat Fresh programme, which has been shortlisted for the ‘Community Programme of the Year’ award at the forthcoming BT Sport Industry Awards 2018, is committed to improving the healthy eating habits of 1.2 million children by 2020. Aldi interviewed 1,000 children aged 7–14 in the UK to find out about their healthy eating habits, in a bid to understand how education can play a part in developing children’s understanding of the value of nutritious food.
  3. Testing The Slopes in Austria – A School Ski Inspection Visit

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    This winter, I had the privilege of being invited to Austria to meet the team at IBT Travel, a specialist provider of ski tours for groups and schools across the United Kingdom. I was asked to share my experience of the trip, so I hope that it provides an honest and complimentary review that will challenge the status quo for planners when selecting providers for an upcoming school ski trip. Although IBT Travel customise trips to cater for the individual needs of groups and budgets of all sizes, my journey began with a short Easyjet flight from Manchester to Munich, followed by a 2 hour drive to the quaint village of Bischofshofen, Austria, where I was to stay for 3 days at the Gasthaus Schützenhof (www.schuetzen-hof.com), a warm and rustic family-run Austrian hotel, offering excellent food and comfortable, modern accommodation (with free wi-fi), a large ski and boot room and...
  4. Celebration of Food Week

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    Get Set to Eat Fresh, the healthy eating education programme for 5-14 year-olds from Team GB and Aldi, is set to support schools during Celebration of Food Week (June 12th-16th) with new resources and special prizes.
  5. Get Set to Eat Fresh

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    Olympic athletes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have joined forces with Aldi to pledge their support for Get Set to Eat Fresh, an ambitious educational programme set to improve the eating habits of 1.2 million young people in the UK by 2020.