The magazine by Phorms Education
Sharing a meal has always established solidarity as well as hierarchies. This cultural history of eating teaches us why we eat what we eat and what it means to us
Sabina Pauen is a professor of developmental and biological psychology. Her current focus is on children’s ability to self-regulate and the role that parents play here
Looking to the wider world: Ilias, 9 years old, year 4, from Athens, Greece
Justus is 17 years old and in year 11 at the Phorms Campus Berlin Süd....
Do you need some ideas for choosing the next book to read? Be inspired...
A recipe for kids of all ages by food blogger Anna Fuchs
Dr Mattea Dallacker investigates the social impact of family meals on children’s eating habits
Children in year 7 at the Phorms Campus Hamburg are transforming the...
An interview with Silke Restemeyer from the German Nutrition Society...
Turning the world as we know it on its head: students get teachers in shape for the Abitur exam during a project seminar