The nine regional winners and the two wildcard entrants will cook over the course of the two days at the LACA Main Event, which is taking place at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole.
The campaign encourages schools to sign up to a School Food Charter, which is a commitment to serving freshly made and high-quality school meals.
British Food Fortnight is the national food celebration organised by Love British Food. The event happens every Autumn to celebrate the ‘diverse and delicious’ food produced in this country.
Returning to the Hilton Birmingham Metropole next month, the School Food Show is the UK's only national event dedicated to the school food sector.
Brad Pearce has taken up the position of national vice chair and will be working closely with Blake over the next 12 months with Anita Brown announced as the new national vice chair elect of LACA.
Over 50 items including posters, letters, activities and banners have been released. All the resources are free to use and can be edited for your own use.
The Soil Association is a ‘key partner’ in the new project ‘Cool Food Pro’ and through their Food for Life Served Here
The winners were Lucy Gouge, aged 9, from Five Ways Primary School in Cannock, Staffordshire, and Sophie Taylor Keates, aged 10, from Glenthorne Community Primary School in Walsall, Staffordshire.
Being nominated for a LACA award gives a sense of prestige and honour at a personal level and raises the professional reputation of the organisation or school employing award winners.
The duo will also talk about the school year ahead as Stephen will be passing the baton to Jacquie who will become the chair of LACA.