WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE BUY TO EAT AND DRINK CLOSE TO THEIR SCHOOL
Research conducted by the University of Hertfordshire suggests many young people at secondary school buy food and drink from shops close to their school, rather than in the school cafeteria. This is for several reasons, including that local shops are friendly and don’t mind young people hanging out with their friends there; they provide cheap food and drink that appeals to young people and also that local shops are nicer places to spend the lunch break, compared with schools.
We are making a film to highlight these research findings and we need YOUNG PEOPLE to help us decide on a title for the film!
Some suggestions so far are:
Bargaining Chips: Why Young People Buy Food and Drink Outside School
Fry Days: Why Young People Buy Food and Drink Outside School
Come Fry with Me: Why Young People Buy Food and Drink Outside School