Free Chef School half day educational trip for schools at Toby Carvery including free carvery lunch + photograph momento
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Free Chef School half day educational trip for schools at Toby Carvery including free carvery lunch + photograph momento

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Found 23rd May 2015
Toby's Chef School – learning about healthy eating

Toby Chef School is a fun, free, educational trip out for school groups – and a very tasty experience, too.

At their local Toby Carvery, young roast-lovers discover more about the huge range of vegetables we prepare for our carvery dinners. We show that it's not only healthy to eat at least five portions of fruit and veg per day, but also makes meals much more interesting.

They'll then see us carve our slow-roasted, juicy joints of meat – with help from a teacher or two – before helping themselves to a nutritious, balanced meal from our carvery deck. Sound good?

It's simple to book a Toby Chef School visit. Simply find your school's nearest Toby, using the button below, and submit a booking enquiry to your chosen restaurant.

A member of the team will respond to your enquiry within 48 hours.

See 1st post for the Chef School Timetable.

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Original Poster

Toby's Chef School timetable
We've got a packed timetable in store for pupils of Toby's Chef School, combining demonstrations, discussions and all-important tasting to help children learn more about healthy eating.

This is how we do it:

10:00am Children arrive at their local Toby Carvery
A member of our team will be waiting to greet the teacher and their class.
10:05am Welcome
Introducing Toby Carvery and its famous roast dinners.
10:10am Vegetable workshop
A practical session for children to learn all about our veg in its raw form, before it's freshly prepared for our guests to eat.
11:10am Photographs
An opportunity to pose for a memento of the day.
11:30am Carvery demonstration
A Toby Master Carver reveals their skills in serving our freshly roasted joints – and teachers are invited to have a go.
11:45am Time to eat
Chef School pupils can help themselves from the carvery deck, enjoying a nutritious lunch filled with the delicious ingredients they've learned so much about.
12:15pm Goodbye – until your next visit...
Everyone heads back to school.

Link to timetable

Link to T's & C's
Edited by: "vics219" 23rd May 2015

I want to learn more about roast dinners and vegetables ...

heat added - great freebie

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Chanchi32

I want to learn more about roast dinners and vegetables ...heat added - … I want to learn more about roast dinners and vegetables ...heat added - great freebie



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Thank you chompy

Nice deal vics, heat added as school meals are rubbish

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summerof76

Nice deal vics, heat added as school meals are rubbish



Thanks summer. I agree, school meals are pretty pants. It's nice to see a big company doing something like this to educate kids and hopefully encourage them to eat healthily.
Edited by: "vics219" 24th May 2015

Get the UKIP British school children there to try out the work ethics and to outperform EU workers.

Fantastic find, vics. Can see a lot of the teaching staff offering to chaperone the kids on this 'educational' visit;p

Not sure if I caught the cold, stupid fingers on phone...hot though

Banned

The words "chef and "toby carvery" should never be mentioned in the same sentence.
Edited by: "flimbo73" 24th May 2015

Fab idea heat added

heat for you daisy x

What a great idea dunno if my son's school would do this

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cheznconrad123

What a great idea dunno if my son's school would do this



It's definitely worth asking I think any school would be silly to pass up this offer

Ok, Toby may not be up there with the healthiest of eateries (but a damn sight better than CrapDonalds, Unlucky Fried Kitten or BuggerKing), and will obviously be doing this purely as a marketing stunt, but this is a good step in the right direction for getting kids to try eating veg and so on.. So heat added and mild applause to Toby Carvery for at least trying it.

Have I missed the bit where it says what age this is for? (I probably have) I just want to make sure I forward this to the right people :o) Thanks

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toomanychoices

Have I missed the bit where it says what age this is for? (I probably … Have I missed the bit where it says what age this is for? (I probably have) I just want to make sure I forward this to the right people :o) Thanks



I can't find an age, but I think it's for primary school children.

vics219

I can't find an age, but I think it's for primary school children.




Thanks, my Sister-in-Law is a teacher's assistant at that sort of age so I'll pass it on to her :o)
Edited by: "toomanychoices" 31st May 2015
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