Healthy eating is central to ensuring optimum physical and mental health and poor diet quality is contributing to the increase in childhood obesity, physical and mental ill-health, and tooth decay. In addition, there is an increasing weight of evidence that indicates health directly affects school performance and educational outcomes. The school is committed to the health and wellbeing of the children in our care and our recommendation for all children is that they are provided with nutritious food every day and are provided with a positive nutritional environment in which to learn. Wadebridge Primary Academy aims to educate our children with the skills, knowledge and understanding to enable them to make informed healthy lifestyle choices particularly at lunch time and snack time.
Please see the documents below for useful tips on healthy lunchboxes and portion sizes.
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