CALLING ALL KIDS, FAMILIES AND GROWN-UPS
As part of our target to get one million children cooking on one day, we also want to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD™ attempt for the ‘Most participants in a cookery lesson in 24 hours (multiple venues)’. The current GUINNESS WORLD RECORD is 2,012 and we know we can beat that with Jamie’s Rainbow Salad Wrap cooking lesson. If you simply want to get kids cooking on the day, there’s no pressure to join in. However, if you want to be part of our record, just be aware that it can be a lengthy, rigorous process to verify all locations.
There are a number of ways you can join in the record attempt. This year we’ve teamed up with TES, the world’s largest network of teachers and teaching resources, who will be streaming Jamie’s LIVE cooking lesson into schools. Anyone can sign up to watch Jamie’s lesson via TES, and you can also tune in to watch the lesson via Jamie’s Food Tube channel.
HERE’S A SUMMARY OF HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD: register and join in Jamie’s LIVE cooking lesson at 14:00 BST. If you miss it you can watch the lesson from 14:30 BST
SCHOOLS IN AUSTRALIA: watch Jamie’s cooking lesson, available from 09:00 on Friday 16 May – 09:00 Saturday 17 May AEST.
HOMES, WORKPLACES, COMMUNITIES AND EVERYONE ELSE AROUND THE WORLD: watch Jamie’s cooking lesson live at 14:00 BST, via You Tube. If you miss it you can watch the lesson from 14:30 BST
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN JOIN IN THE RECORD ATTEMPT:
It’s optional to join in Jamie’s record attempt for the “most participants in a cookery lesson in 24 hours (multiple venues)’. Participants have two options for being part of the record attempt: join in Jamie’s lesson or host your own.
If you’d like to take part, all you have to do is download the RAINBOW SALAD WRAP recipe and the LESSON PLAN below. You’ll also need to download the ‘SPECIFIC GUIDELINES PACK’ and the ‘EVIDENCE REQUIRED’ provided in the links below. You will be required to submit evidence of your record attempt to the organisers, the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, who will collate the information and submit to the Guinness World Records team. Please ensure you read this information thoroughly.
If you have any questions, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The Food Revolution Day team