supporting young people
At Warburtons, our values are at the heart of everything we do. Working alongside teachers and experts, we’re creating quality classroom experiences that share these values with the next generation. Our curriculum-linked resources celebrate family and community, develop skills and ambition, empower children to take shared responsibility for their health and wellbeing and encourage young people to care for themselves and others.
The Eatwell Lunchbox module has been created to help 7 to 11-year-olds appreciate the important role nutrition and food plays in their life. In the lesson, pupils identify how bread can be combined with other foods to create a balanced diet. They are invited to investigate the appearance, texture, taste of bread before creating their own original healthy lunch box containing all the nutrients a human body needs for a day of activity.
Our World of Bread module has been created to help 5–7-year-olds with science, geography, health, and wellbeing. These classroom resources include a custom-made interactive map of the world, that uses facts and storytelling to teach and inspire children.
Our Grain to Plate module has been created to support 7 to 11-year-olds with science, geography, health, and wellbeing. This module has been designed to help children increase their understanding of where food comes from, whilst also encouraging them to appreciate and explore the benefits of a healthy, varied diet.
Our Mix of Skills module has been created to help 11-14-year-olds develop their career understanding and employability skills. It supports the Gatsby Career Benchmarks and is linked to the Design and Technology curriculum. In this module, students are supported to develop a range of transferrable skills, such as teamwork, speaking, listening and problem solving, by taking part in our real-world challenges.