Watch the activity and challenge videos
Bring Get Set to Go Green activities and challenges to life with these resource linked videos from top Team GB athletes and support staff!
Win cooking class with a Team GB athlete!
This term, Team GB nutritionist Vicky Newbold, is challenging your students to design a delicious and nutritious plant-based burger for a Team GB athlete! Plus, we’re giving one lucky class the chance to bring their recipes to life, in an exclusive cookery lesson with a professional chef and a Team GB athlete.
Use our Go Green Challenge resource with your class and share your pupils’ finished recipes online using the hashtag #GetSetGoGreen or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2024 to be entered into the exclusive prize draw.
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Get Curious: What’s in my ecosystem? Woodland
Woodland Explore a woodland ecosystem with Team GB rugby sevens captain Tom Mitchell.
Get Curious: What’s in my ecosystem? Water
Explore a river ecosystem with Team GB rugby sevens captain Tom Mitchell.
Get Curious: How can plant-based foods help the planet (and us)?
Learn how plant-based foods can help athletes perform at their best from Team GB nutritionist Vicky Newbold.
Go Green Challenge: Educate others on the power of plants!
Team GB rugby sevens player Celia Quansah challenges pupils to create a poster promoting green, healthy habits. Share pupils’ designs by 26 November to be entered into a prize draw!
Go Green Challenge: Design a plant-based burger
Team GB nutritionist Vicky Newbold needs your pupils’ help to design a plant-based burger to help a Team GB athlete perform at their best! Share pupils’ designs by 31 March to be entered into a prize draw!
Official programme partner
A recent Birds Eye Green Paper Report found that 92% of the children agree that it’s everyone’s responsibility to look after the planet. To help children understand how to play their part in this important work, Green Cuisine has teamed up with Team GB ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games to create Get Set to Go Green.
Created with teachers, Get Set to Go Green’s activities and challenges work to empower curious primary aged children aged 7–11 to explore biodiversity and the power of plants to advocate green, healthy habits.
The programme provides short, fun enquiry-based activities to allow children aged 7–11 to:
• understand biodiversity and its importance
• build love and respect for and the knowledge to protect our ecosystems
• advocate for green, healthy habits.