Share practice

We’d love to hear how you are planning to celebrate the fifth International School Meals Day on Thursday 9th March 2017.

The success of the day depends on as many people as possible getting involved so please plan in some activities and then share what is achieved with us – we want to have a wide range of interesting things on our website and on twitter.  As soon as you have something to contribute (you don’t have to wait until the actual day!) please send it through to us.

In previous years a number of schools in the USA and Scotland were linked through “Connecting Classrooms” in our respective countries.  The first ‘meeting’ of the schools took place on the Day itself and the topic of discussion was school food related. As the relationship develops a broader range of subjects and interests will be covered as our schools learn about the similarities and differences between our two countries.

Depending on what you want to submit, there are a number of ways including:

 

Follow us on Twitter

If you use Twitter, you can share your ideas, and discuss your activity with others by following us on Twitter @IntSchoolMeals, using #ISMD2017 for related posts.

Your pictures and stories will be posted here on the website in the run up to, and following, the day.


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  • Shared practice from previous years