http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/behaviourfood.html Looks like a school project, but amused me.
The photographs are copyright of Mandy Burrow, if she wants them removed all she has to do is ask.
How to eat with a knife and fork in England
The fork is held in the left hand and the knife in the right.
If you have a knife in one hand, it is wrong to have a fork in the other with the prongs (tines) pointed up.
Hold your knife with the handle in your palm and your folk in the other hand with the prongs pointing downwards.
How to hold a knife
How to hold a fork
When eating in formal situations, rest the fork and knife on the plate between mouthfuls, or for a break for conversation.
If you put your knife down, you can turn your fork over. It's correct to change hands when you do this, too, so if you are right handed you would switch and eat with the fork in your right hand.
If it is your sole eating instrument, the fork should be held with the handle between the index finger and the thumb and resting on the side of your middle finger.