Image of teacher delivering a lesson about MFM
Climate change, global poverty and increasing rates of obesity – these are all issues that students can address right now.

By going meat free once a week at lunchtime, and participating in lessons which address the issues behind MFM, students will learn what it means to be more responsible global citizens and will better understand how the choices they make today will affect them and future generations.

We have just launched our very own collection of lesson plans and accompanying materials which can be used to help engage students in Meat Free Monday:

  • Primary

    Cute pupils pointing to globe in classroom at the elementary school

  • Secondary

    Secondary school students in a classroom answering questions

Check out how a group of students from Preston Manor All-Through Foundation School in Wembley got on when they were shown how to make three totally meat-free meals with chef and food writer Maria Elia! Watch the video >

And see how the staff and children of Great Missenden Church of England Combined School got on when award-winning chef Rachel Demuth ran some MFM workshops! Watch the video >