Schools and nurseries                                           10 June 2019
It's BNF Healthy Eating Week!
Did you have a healthy breakfast?
Today's challenge was to Have a healthy breakfast! What did you do? Did it include wholegrain or high fibre foods, a drink and at least one of your 5 A DAY? Remember, have a healthy breakfast everyday ... here are some quick links to the breakfast resources for different age groups:
    Cook-along with BNF!
    We've two online cooking sessions this week - why not join in? It's a great way for pupils to learn new food skills, as well as taste a different recipe!
    Tuesday 11 June - 9:15am - Primary schools
    We will be making a Crunchy chickpea sandwich!
    Use this link to join us: 
    Thursday 13 June - 9:15am - Secondary schools
    We will be making Mexican pockets!
    Use this link to join us: 
      Have 5 A DAY!
      The challenge tomorrow is to have 5 A DAY - what do you have planned? We've lots of ideas and support for you online, just follow the links below!
      National Sleep Survey results!
      The results of the BNF National Sleep Survey, conducted in May, are now online!
      To see the primary school results, click here.
      To see the secondary school results, click here.
      Your pupils could undertake their own sleep surveys in school and compare their results with the BNF National Sleep Survey! The survey questions are available for primary and secondary pupils.
        Free, downloadable resources!
        Visit the main BNF Healthy Eating Week page in the Whole school area of the Food - a fact of life website.
        Here you will find links to all the resources for different ages and all the previous email updates.
          Keep us posted! Tweet, tweet!
          We have been hearing about lots of great activities happening during BNF Healthy Eating Week! 
          Remember to keep sharing your plans by tweeting us @Foodafactoflife using #BNFHEW19
            BNF Healthy Eating Week is developed by the British Nutrition Foundation and supported by the Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), Danone UK, Garfield Weston Foundation, Greggs, innocent drinks, Quorn Foods and Waitrose.