Project ID - TIS001384
Ready Steady Cook Challenge - To support and guide Y13 pupils in preparing a healthy meal.

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Project offered at

Ulster University Coleraine
BT52 1SA


Darryl McCullagh

Student Skills

Special Schools Outreach Project. Nutrition Students

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Healthy eating Food preparation

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Experience of working with school pupils within local schools. Enhanced communication and transferable skills. Experience of supporting a cooking challenge event and promoting civic engagement.

Extra Information

Ulster University Nutrition students will go to local schools to help facilitate this cookery challenge. They will work alongside School Yr13 pupils to create a meal based on ingredients provided. UU students will support and guide local students to prepare a healthy meal.

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