Build confidence, reduce reactions, respond in an emergency

When you sign up for School Membership to The Allergy Team, your whole school community will benefit:

  • State-of-the-art training
  • Expert webinars
  • Bespoke newsletter
  • Drop-in sessions online to ask questions and share best practice (dates below)

School Membership will equip your staff with the knowledge, resources and confidence to keep pupils with food allergies safer and to improve their well-being.


Video-based and using real-world experiences, our comprehensive coaching is delivered in units and completed online, at a speed to suit your staff.

  • CPD accredited
  • First-person testimony
  • Instructional videos
  • Written summaries to download
  • Checklists
  • Oversight via regular progress reports


Created by TV executives, our content is pacey and engaging. It is based on rigorous research and approved by allergy specialists. You will hear from allergy consultants, clinical psychologists, education lawyers, caterers, parents of children living with food allergies and pupils,


  • The impact of a food allergy on a pupil’s day-to-day life
  • How to spot the signs of an allergic reaction and how to respond
  • The medication students might be carrying and how to use it
  • Adrenaline pen training: EpiPen, Jext and Emerade
  • Developing a whole-school allergy management plan
  • Supporting pupil well-being through inclusion
  • Fostering a positive culture around managing food allergies
  • How to manage in-school activities like cooking lessons, science lessons or even bringing Easter chicks into the classroom
  • How to manage off-site activities like school trips and sports fixtures


Our expert webinars and Q&As for school staff are hugely popular – insightful and thought-provoking, they challenge you to really think about food allergy management and provide practical tips and advice to support you in school.

Drop-In sessions online

Staff from any of our Member Schools are welcome to drop-in during one of our online sessions to ask questions, chat about recent experiences or share best practice. The drop-ins are on Zoom and we run them every half term. Dates and links to register below.

Thursday 23rd March 2023 (12-1pm)

Wednesday 10th May 2023 (12-1pm)

Wednesday 21st June 2023 (12-1pm)


“It was exceptionally well designed and put-together. The summaries were well conceived and helpful documents were included throughout.  I thought the training was brilliant and I’ve certainly left feeling informed, inspired and confident with managing food allergies in school.”

Michael Speed

Deputy Headteacher, Primary School

“It’s brilliant – so comprehensive! The high number of professionals [you hear from] gives the training great validity. A sense that “we’re all in it together” and by working together can get the best for the child.” 

Karen Cragg

Nurse, Wilmslow High School

What an amazing resource. The level of detail, examples and experiences shared is outstanding. It really makes you think about current procedures but makes you feel it is all achievable as well… it should be compulsory for all staff!” 

Emma Champion,


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