Nov 16

Partnership with Feel Good Family

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We are pleased to announce our strategic partnership with Feel Good Family to offer an evidence based programme for Primary Schools to help support an understanding of the food journey, healthy eating and activity and why looking after our health is important.

Finding cost effective, easy to deliver, fun and successful programmes to support healthy eating and physical activity in school can be challenging, especially given all the other tasks teachers are faced with. The majority of school leaders and teachers already recognise that eating a balanced diet and physical activity are vital to children’s health, wellbeing and academic achievement and that that they make broader positive contributions to school culture.

Available from January 2017 - Through our exciting partnership with Feel Good Family, Kiddy Cook is able to offer an evidence based programme for Primary Schools to help support an understanding of the food journey, healthy eating and activity and why looking after our health is important. This whole school Feel Good Culture programme has been designed to be delivered at the school's pace, is enjoyable for children and importantly embeds into the curriculum as opposed to being an extra thing to deliver.

Find out more at www.feelgoodfamily.co.uk

 

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