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  1. Instructions on how to enter, prize details and other information contained within the promotional advertisement form part of these terms and conditions.
  2. This competition commences 13/8/2013 and closes on Friday 27/9/2013.
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19 October 2018 Great Vegie Crunch wrap up 2018

Clayton View Primary School cuties crunching on their vegies!  No it wasn't an earthquake during the first week of September, it was the sound of 27,000 kids from across Western Australia crunching on fresh vegetables while participating in The Great Vegie Crunch event. Funded by the Agricultural Produce Commision and coordinated by Cancer Council WA’s Crunch&Sip program - The event encouraged student's to send their ‘crunch-o-meters’ off the scale by crunching together with their classm...

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26 June 2018 Are you ‘that teacher’ or ‘that parent’, but too scared to speak up?

Lollies or ‘Pizza with the Principal’ as a reward for good behaviour. Class parties full of junk food. Chocolate fundraisers. Does your school contradict healthy eating habits that are taught in the classroom? Do you keep quiet about a nutrition issue for fear of rocking the boat? Other teachers and parents may be silently sharing your thoughts so imagine the difference you could make to your school environment if you worked together. Advocating for a healthy school environment Get educated - ...

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25 June 2018 The sweet truth

Sugar. It’s sweet, sticky and helps the medicine go down, but did you know that more than two-thirds of Aussie kids eat more of it than they should? Eating too many sugary foods provides a lot of energy that your body doesn’t need. This can cause weight gain, which increases the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some cancers. Sugar is also really bad for your teeth, causing cavities and visits to the dentist. While it’s great to see people becoming more aware of the problems associate...

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