It's not every day that our education minister is seen wearing a smart yellow pinny. But when the Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus went on the road for the first time in June, Fiona Hyslop dressed domestic. "Once the bus has been to a school, resources will be left behind, so that teachers can make sure the lessons learnt won't just be for one day, but for the rest of young people's lives."
The Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus, which takes pupils 16 at a time, from the age of 4 upwards, and teaches them how to cook healthy, nutritious food, grown locally, will be parked for two days at the Scottish Learning Festival, SECC, Glasgow, September 24-25.
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