Information for Parents
St Cronan's Healthy Eating Policy
This policy was formulated after a survey carried out among the staff in St Cronan's B.N.S.
The focus of this policy is to support parents and pupils in relation to healthy eating habits from an early age. Practical suggestions are included, alternative snacks and treats as well as possible nutritious lunches.
This policy is linked to
Lots of Great & Tasty Ideas
Try ... whole-meal muffins, raisins, scones, flapjacks, raw vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, fruit yoghurts, crackers, fromage frais or bread
Gulp Down ... water, unsweetened fruit juices, yoghurt drinks, vegetable drinks, or smoothies
What About ... whole-grain breads, rolls, bagels, wraps, oatcakes, crackers, pasta, rice or rice cakes.
Fillings could include: cheese, tuna, hummus, cold meats, lettuce, cucumber, tomato, onion, peppars, coleslaw, salad or jam.
Chop On ... apple, orange, banana, grape, pear, plum, kiwi, melon, grapefruit, pineapple and many more ...