Ballyclare High School students are safefood for life

Five students from Ballyclare High School recently passed a certified food safety exam after completing the hugely successful safefood for life programme. safefood for Life is a free, interactive food safety teaching programme currently being used by over 15,000 key stage 3 and 4 Home Economics students in more than 700 schools across the island of Ireland. In Northern Ireland the programme allows students to sit an online food hygiene exam certified by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. Successful students receive a Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering. This industry recognised qualification enables students to work in food handling businesses, for example restaurants, sandwich bars and delis. Pictured from Ballyclare High School is Alexander Boyd and Jane Randall Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

Pictured from Ballyclare High School is Alexander Boyd and Jane Randall
Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

Five students from Ballyclare High School recently passed a certified food safety exam after completing the hugely successful safefood for life programme.  safefood for Life is a free, interactive food safety teaching programme currently being used by over 15,000 key stage 3 and 4 Home Economics students in more than 700 schools across the island of Ireland. In Northern Ireland the programme allows students to sit an online food hygiene exam certified by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. Successful students receive a Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering.  This industry recognised qualification enables students to work in food handling businesses, for example restaurants, sandwich bars and delis. Pictured from Ballyclare High School is Alexander Boyd and Jane Randall Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.
Pictured from Ballyclare High School is Alexander Boyd and Jane Randall
Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

Five students from Ballyclare High School recently passed a certified food safety exam after completing the hugely successful safefood for life programme.

safefood for Life is a free, interactive food safety teaching programme currently being used by over 15,000 key stage 3 and 4 Home Economics students in more than 700 schools across the island of Ireland.

In Northern Ireland the programme allows students to sit an online food hygiene exam certified by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. Successful students receive a Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering.

This industry recognised qualification enables students to work in food handling businesses, for example restaurants, sandwich bars and delis.

Five students from Ballyclare High School recently passed a certified food safety exam after completing the hugely successful safefood for life programme.  safefood for Life is a free, interactive food safety teaching programme currently being used by over 15,000 key stage 3 and 4 Home Economics students in more than 700 schools across the island of Ireland. In Northern Ireland the programme allows students to sit an online food hygiene exam certified by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. Successful students receive a Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering.  This industry recognised qualification enables students to work in food handling businesses, for example restaurants, sandwich bars and delis. Pictured from Ballyclare High School is Alexander Boyd and Jane Randall Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye.

Pictured from Ballyclare High School is Alexander Boyd and Jane Randall.