Giving free bread classes and kits to schools, Prisons, food banks and Community groups in all their different shapes and sizes.
Baking bread is great for our brains, our bank, our bodies and I mean who doesn't love fresh bread?
6 in 12
of us want to make bread
1 in 12
of us ever will
Because baking bread feels intimidating and although so many of us want to try, we just don't know how or where to start.
That's where Breaducation comes in....
Free kits, support and tools, to different organisations wanting to teach and share the skills of bread making with their community.
Through either online or physical workshops or meetings, individuals from different organisations can become Breaducators. Breaducators then have a free supply of Kitty's kits to use to teach their community be that school, prison, social enterprise etc.
Kits donated so far 5000, end of year target 10000!
Watlington Primary School have the yr 5 students using Kitty's Kits to make focaccia every Friday for their whole school!
Daisy Davies uses Kitty's Kits to make 'breadhogs' with her primary school classes.
Feed the Mass are an amazing food hub/bank and teach Kitty's Kits miracle overnight focaccia to their communities.
Pakeman is an awesome primary school in the Islington borough, they're breaducating kids from all across their whole school.
Inn Churches Offer Welfare support and cooking classes to over 100 different organisations across their 70 food hubs in Bradford. They are incredible- and also make amazing garlic butter rolls withtheir kittys kits
Mrs Allen at Wesley Pre school, Leigh on sea, makes bread rolls with her little students. Cause they're never to young to be breaducated.
Egerton rothesay school is using kitty's kits to breaducate their years 7-9 students.
Uplands primary school are teaching breaducation to all their ELSA students.
Miss Lamb at New Marston primary school is teaching breaducation to her little students.
Preston Lodge high school is our first breaducation hub in Scotland! They're sharing breaducation with both their cook club and enhanced learning provision students.
St Mary's Primary school, is teaching breaducation across key stage two and soon key stage one.
Chefs in schools are distributing 480 ki over 9 of their schools. The Chefs teac their students breaducation and will giv a free kit to every kid to take home.
Oak lodge school is teaching breaducation to their students across the years
Tetsworth primary is teaching breaducation to their little ones
Clements primary is teaching breaducation to their little ones
Long Crendon School is teaching breaducation to their students across the years
Knighton nippers teach breaducation to their 120 little nippers
(AKA our magnificent millers)
When I first came up with the idea of the kits, I made 200 by hand all for free, it took me 4 days and the kits disappeared in just one hour of posting about them.... exciting but not sustainable!
After going from manufacturer to manufacturer asking if they could help make these kits I had pretty much given up on the idea. Until I met James and his Dad, David Wright. They showed me and my Dad, yes it was a family affair, around their factory.
Not only did they agree to make the kits they also agreed to help cover the costs of free kits by sponsoring Breaducation...these dudes are actually coolest.
Wrights you Rock!