Project ID - TIS001410
Nutrition / Healthy Eating - For pupils to understand the benefits and different ways on how to maintain healthy eating.


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Project offered at

Ballycraigy Primary School
ANTRIM
BT41 1PU

Contact

Hazel Edwards

Student Skills

Food / Nutrition Degree Discipline

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will gain knowledge in health eating and wellbeing. Pupils will be able to understand the benefits and the different sources of fruit and vegetables whilst learning the different ways and benefits of consuming them.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student will gain an insight into the current knowledge of children regarding nutrition and healthy eating. The student will be able to see the improvements with regards to knowledge of healthy eating over the course of the programme.

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