Healthy eating is set to be promoted in the UK thanks to National School Meals Week.
Running from November 5th to the 9th, it is the biggest national healthy eating awareness programme in the country.
It seeks to encourage more pupils to eat school dinners and create a general interest in the consumption of nutritious produce.
According to research carried out by the Local Authorities Caters Association, 95.9 per cent of parents think their kids should learn how to cook while in school.
This is why a number of workshops will be held to offer children the opportunity to prepare time and cost-effective, nutritionally-balanced food together.
Warwickshire County Council is backing the initiative and it will use a series of daily-themed activities to incentivise youngsters to take part.
County Caterers' head of catering Sandra Russell said: "We hope children will enjoy the menus we've created. As well as getting a nutritious hot meal we hope the themed food will get pupils interested in history and different cultures."