The Scottish School Food Awards 2022

in partnership with

Yummy Jobs

Recognising and Rewarding Excellence in Education Foodservice

Claymore Events is proud to launch the inaugural Scottish School Food Awards to reward excellence in education foodservice across the country. Celebrating the schools that prioritise the provision of high quality food, nutrition and well-being programmes, the awards were founded with dual aims in mind: To recognise the institutions, initiatives, people and policies that promote better health and productivity, and to encourage others to follow suit.

Providing a mark of distinction and a unique marketing advantage for finalists and winners in each of the 10 categories, the awards highlight the commitment of schools that are helping to improve the lives of their students and staff.

Open to state-run, private and public schools throughout the country the Scottish School Food Awards are judged by a panel of leading independent experts from across the education sector.

Showcasing the highest levels of achievement in nutrition, sustainability, innovation, care, community cooperation and development of the young, the awards aim to help the Scottish education sector to reach new benchmarks in nutritional excellence.

The Scottish School Food Awards 2022 ceremony takes place on Friday 27th May at Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh (pictured above).

The black-tie dinner presents an ideal opportunity to network with fellow industry leaders and to entertain colleagues, friends and associates in the exquisite surroundings of one of the country’s most remarkable venues.

Claymore Events is proud to launch the inaugural Scottish School Food Awards to reward excellence in education foodservice across the country. Celebrating the schools that prioritise the provision of high quality food, nutrition and well-being programmes, the awards were founded with dual aims in mind: To recognise the institutions, initiatives, people and policies that promote better health and productivity, and to encourage others to follow suit.

Providing a mark of distinction and a unique marketing advantage for finalists and winners in each of the 10 categories, the awards highlight the commitment of schools that are helping to improve the lives of their students and staff.

Open to state-run, private and public schools throughout the country the Scottish School Food Awards are judged by a panel of leading independent experts from across the education sector.

Showcasing the highest levels of achievement in nutrition, sustainability, innovation, care, community cooperation and development of the young, the awards aim to help the Scottish education sector to reach new benchmarks in nutritional excellence.

The Scottish School Food Awards 2022 ceremony takes place on Thursday 27th October at Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh (pictured above). The black-tie dinner presents an ideal opportunity to network with fellow industry leaders and to entertain colleagues, friends and associates in the exquisite surroundings of one of the country’s most remarkable venues.
Nominations close at midnight on Friday 25th March 2022.

Award Categories

There are 10 categories across the spectrum of foodservice, from nutrition, well-being and innovation, to technology, sustainability, community interaction and employee achievement. Nominations are simple, straightforward and free of charge, and will be judged by an independent panel of experts from the education, foodservice and technology sectors. Please click on the award categories below to access the criteria, entry guides and online forms. 
 

PLEASE NOTE: Entries for the Scottish School Food Awards have closed for 2022 and will reopen in March 2023. The shortlist for this year’s awards is viewable here.

The awards ceremony takes place on Thursday 27th October at Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh. Click here to book tickets.

Award Sponsors

The Scottish School Food Awards 2022, in partnership with Swiss Education Group and Yummy Jobs

Nominations are simple, straightforward and free of charge, and will be judged by an independent panel of experts from the education, foodservice and technology sectors. Please click on the button below to access the criteria, entry guides and online forms.

Supporting Sponsors