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Making School Dinners Compulsory!

At London’s Vegetable Summit in London’s City Hall, children’s health became the topic of conversation as Food Poverty Campaigner, Kathleen Kerridge spoke about how school dinners should be compulsory for all students.
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Leeds Childhood Obesity Levels Fall While other Regions Rise

An article published in the Yorkshire evening post provides figures from NHS Digital regarding the changes in obesity amongst children in Reception classes and year 6. Both year groups have seen a reduction in obesity since last year, with year 6 dropping from ...
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Youth Sports Trust Active School Planner

The Active School Planner has recently been soft launched by Youth Sports Trust
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Public Health England – Keep Antibiotics working campaign

In October 2017 Public Health England (PHE) will launch a national campaign across England to support the government’s efforts to reduce inappropriate prescriptions for antibiotics by raising awareness of the issue of antibiotic resistance and reducing demand fr...
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National Recycling Week (25th Sept – 1st Oct 2017)

National Recycling Week runs from 25 Sept – 1 Oct 2017 and we’re supporting schools and young people across the city to get involved and think about waste, recycling and the environment. Why not watch this 1 min film (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA3yknpS5nA...
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Call to stop supersizing and large portion promotion

A recent article in the Guardian looks at a report by the Royal society of public health which found that the sales tactic of “up selling” where the customer is offered a larger portion for a relatively small price is common place throughout the UK and is most ...
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Staff get cooking on first day back!

On Monday 4th September staff at Meadowfield primary school attended an afternoon of cooking in the curriculum training.
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Have you seen this fantastic FREE resource - E Bug!

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has endorsed Public Health England’s e-Bug resource and recommends that all schools use e-Bug to teach children about hygiene, infections and antibiotics.
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FREE Oral Health Training and Resources

The Oral Health improvement team are commissioned by Leeds City Council to provide oral health services to schools in Leeds. They are offering free resource boxes for schools to borrow alongside free oral health champions training.
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PSHE & Healthy schools Network Meeting - June 2017

PSHE & Healthy schools Network Meeting - June 2017
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