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A healthy school community involves all partners and sends children the same message in the home, school, and community.  Students learn about health behaviours not just from what they are taught in class, but also by observing what teachers say and do outside of the context of a health lesson. Children are quick to pick up any differences between words and actions. One barrier to students adopting healthy behaviours is inconsistency between what they are taught, the messages they receive, and...

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Are you that person at your school who wants to improve the health of students, but keeps hitting resistance? You’re not alone! Health programs and initiatives work better when the whole school community is on board, but that can be easier said than done. For example, you may be trying to improve healthy eating, sun protection, or staff health, but there can be opposition from school administration, parents or teachers, or all of the above! There is little argument that good health is important...

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Thanks to everyone who submitted an entry to the Fruit&Veg September Canteen Competition. We were thrilled to see the many ways that canteens promote healthy eating to students and staff at their schools. The winners of this year’s competition are: 1st prize – Churchlands Primary School Churchlands Primary School’s Canteen Manager Anna Prosper had a busy month this September! To encourage students to eat vegetables Anna linked in with the garden programme to host a garden cooking day (featuri...

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