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Win £2,000 of cooking appliances for your school

Does your school struggle to offer regular practical cookery lessons? Would you like to give your pupils the chance to build their cookery skills?

As an initiative to support primary schools and enable them to provide practical cookery classes for children we have launched ‘Belling Cookery Club’.

Belling Cookery Club

We are offering you the chance to win £2,000 of Belling cooking appliances for your school and to become a Belling Cookery Club. Two winning schools will receive the appliances of their choice direct from Belling, along with some fun cooking accessories for the children to use.

With cooking and nutrition now forming part of the curriculum across the UK but only an estimated 25% of primary schools having a teaching kitchen, it is believed that the majority of Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils don’t receive practical cookery experiences.

Now Belling, which has been at the heart of British cooking for more than a century, is hoping to change that and to help the next generation embrace a love of cooking.

Enter your school today

As part of a cooking and nutrition lesson, schools are asked to get pupils to produce a picture of their favourite nutritionally balanced meal, along with a description of why they like it so much and why it’s good for them.

Pupils can work on the entry individually or as a class, and each school will be asked to select a single entry to be sent to Belling alongside a brief explanation from a member of teaching staff about the school’s existing facilities and what winning the prize would enable them to do.

The Belling Cookery Club competition is open to all primary schools.

A shortlist of ten schools will be selected. A public vote on the Belling website will then take place with winners announced in January 2018.

Entry is now closed. Come back soon for details on our shortlisted schools and the chance to vote.

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Belling Cookery Club – Terms & Conditions

  1. This competition is open to UK primary schools only.
  2. The prize is Belling cooking appliances to the retail value of £2,000. There is no cash alternative or brand alternative.
  3. Installation of the products is not included in the prize.
  4. To enter, a school representative must complete the entry form either online or by downloading it and posting, along with a picture created by school pupil(s).
  5. Entry closes on Friday November 3rd 2017.
  6. A shortlist of ten schools will be selected. A public vote on the Belling website will then take place with winners announced in January 2018.
  7. There will be two winners.
  8. The winners will be contacted using the email address supplied and must reply to accept their prize within ten working days. If a response is not received, the organisers reserve the right to allocate the prize to a runner up.
  9. The winning schools will then be required to choose their products within ten working days of accepting the prize. Delivery of the products must be accepted within a month (subject to availability).
    1. Schools are responsible for choosing products that are suitable for the space/facility in which they will be used.
    2. Schools are responsible for the installation of the products by a Gas Safe qualified engineer or NICEIC registered electrician and for carrying out full health and safety assessments.
  10. Belling products are designed for domestic use, therefore, schools in receipt of products through Belling Cookery Club will only receive a one year manufacturer’s warranty.
    1. The products supplied will be registered for the warranty by GDHA before installation and details supplied to the school.
    2. Accidental or malicious damage is not covered.
    3. A fault that is not covered by the warranty is fully chargeable.
    4. A point of contact for the school must be nominated for payment and invoicing, in the event that an engineer is called out during the warranty period and deems that the fault is not covered by the warranty.
    5. GDHA’s decision is final as to whether a fault is chargeable or covered under warranty.
  11. By entering the competition, the school is confirming it is happy to take part in publicity. This may take the form of a press release and photography at the shortlisting and winning stages. These materials would be used to promote the competition on social media and in local and trade publications during and after the competition. Winning schools must co-operate with Belling’s PR team to produce these materials within one month of receiving their products.
  12. Winning schools are responsible for securing parental permission for the inclusion of any pupils in publicity materials.
  13. Entrants found to be gaming the competition in any way will be disqualified.