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Crunch & Sip

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Lauren Arentsen

on 14 October 2014

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Crunch & Sip
Beechwood Public School
What is Crunch & Sip
'Crunch and Sip' is a set time in the classroom for students to crunch on some vegetables or fruit and to sip on water throughout the day.
This gives students the chance to re-fuel, a bit like putting petrol in a car.
Why Crunch and Sip?
Increases fruit and vegetable consumption and prevents students from going hungry during long session times. This assists in student’s physical and mental performance as well as helping their concentration.

Crunch and Sip
’ has been implemented by all teachers at Beechwood Public School for many years and now we would like to make it official. We are incorporating the ‘
Crunch and Sip
’ program into our daily routines as classroom teachers and we are asking for your continued support.
Each teacher will have different methods of incorporating this program but the expectations are the same. Students are to bring fresh fruit or vegetables, dried fruits (in small amounts), tinned fruit in water or juice and plain water.
Teacher Expectations
If any parents or community members wish to donate fruit or vegetables, this would be greatly appreciated.
How can you help?
Crunch & Sip Launch
Wednesday 22nd October
Bin weighing competition to promote 'nude' food. Reducing pre-packaged foods.
Crunchy Creature design- create, share and eat.
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