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Rewards at Halloween

Let’s face it, Halloween is the one night of the year where our children are surrounded by so many treats and the whole holiday is based around sugary rewards. But, have you really thought about how much sugar your children are consuming in such a short space of time? Supermarkets are packed full of Halloween […]

School breakfasts, lunches, snacks and drinks

Breakfast, lunch and drinks – The results are in… With so many different choices nowadays, it can be hard to keep up with what your children are eating for their breakfasts and lunches in school or nursery. Not only this, but the variety of drinks and snacks offered too can prove to have more added […]

Snacks, Sports Days and Fundraising

Snacks, sports and fundraising days When it comes to snacks in schools, it can prove tricky to monitor what children are bringing in, especially if these are secondary school students who may visit local supermarkets on the way to school. In some schools, there are no guidelines to what pupils can have as snacks. As […]

Birthdays at School

Birthdays at School When it comes to birthdays at schools, children can be surrounded by sweet treats and of course, birthday cake. In this day and age, it is almost instinct for children to associate birthdays with sugar. However, we want children to think beyond sugar and know that there are plenty of alternatives when […]

Rewarding Children

Rewarding children for good behaviour sounds simple. Yet in doing so parents face three problems that are doing more harm than good both physically and psychologically to their children.

Rewards: what are alternative rewards?

We all like to be appreciated. But when we reward our children we really need to think carefully about what we use as rewards. All too often, the default reward for children is unhealthy food

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