Schools and nurseries                                           5 June 2019
 
 
Less than a week to go! 
 
Time to make your final preparations!
  • What are we doing poster - display this poster in the main entrance to tell everyone what your nursery or school will be doing during BNF Healthy Eating Week.
  • Social media/messaging guide - plan your communications to your nursery or school community with this prepared text that supports the five BNF Healthy Eating Week challenges.
  • Parent/carer letter - send this letter to your pupils' parents/carers to give them ideas of how they can support the Week's themes!

 
 
Can't find what you're looking for?
 
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.
 
 
 
Links to the live Cook-a-longs now available!
 
Crunchy chickpea sandwich (primary), 09.15 - 09.45 - Tuesday 11 June 2019. Link for the live event: https://zoom.us/j/976222190  
 
Mexican pockets (secondary), 09.15 - 09.45 - Thursday 13 June 2019. Link for the live event: https://zoom.us/j/976222190 
 
 
 
Secondary resources

Visit the challenge areas to download the secondary school resources.

 
Take a look at this selection of presentations, worksheets and quizzes about healthy eating, where food comes from and cooking. These can be used as tutor time activities to support BNF Healthy Eating Week. 

 
 
Primary resources
 
Explore the primary school resources in each of the challenge areas.
 
 
Nursery resources

Take a look at our nursery information guides and activity ideas. Visit the challenge areas to download the resources:
Have you seen BNF's free booklet containing practical tips for encouraging preschool children to eat vegetables?
 
 
Keep us posted!
 
We hope you have a fantastic week planned!
 
Remember to let us know what you will be doing 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.