The school competition has been organized for 15 years by the Promotion Committee. Each year, the competition focuses on a regional theme to help children discover regional gastronomy and agriculture. For the 2020/2021 edition.

The competition is open to all schools in the region for kindergartens, elementary schools, colleges hosting classes of 6th and 5th SEGPA – ULIS but also to extracurricular groups.

The competition is open to all and the projects expected, on the set theme, vary according to the level of the class :

  • For cycle 1 : animated book or game
  • For cycles 2 and ULIS : playful placemat or poster
  • For cycles 3, 6e and 5e SEGPA and ULIS Collège : video report of 2 min. maximum or comic strip
  • For extracurricular services : fun placemat or game

In order to help the participants in their achievements, the Promotion Committee provides them with tools to present the sectors and products :

– a card game on the sectors : This educational card game aims to discover an agriculture, from upstream to downstream, and to allow children to reconstruct the different stages of the sectors in a collaborative way according to a chronological order.

– a booklet of games and recipes : Alice and Theo take the children to discover the emblematic products of the region

– a giant poster : which allows the youngest to visualize our regional division and the various cultures and products of the region.

– a game of goose : to discover the seasonal products of our region Hauts-de-France while having fun.

The winners are offered a visit to an educational farm in the Bienvenue à la ferme or Savoir-vert network.

For the 2020/2021 edition, 61 classes participated and 65 extracurricular groups.

What are the targets?

Schools: cycles 1, cycles 2, cycles 3, 6e and 5e SEGPA and ULIS Collège

Extracurricular groups.

How will your project help promote the gastronomy of the Hauts-de-France region?

Allowing children to discover the products (how they are made, by whom, …) and the regional gastronomy by creating their own support and by going to meet a producer or by making recipes themselves is a playful way to teach the youngest the richness of our gastronomic heritage and products from our land, as well as the agricultural professions.

Hauts-de-France Promotion Committee

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