Project ID - TIS000334
Healthy Eating To raise awareness of the importance of healthy eating and healthy lifestyle with key stage 1 and 2 pupils


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Project offered at

Ballytober Primary School
BUSHMILLS
BT57 8UR

Contact

Elaine Anderson

Student Skills

Comsumer studies

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Develop an awareness and understanding of healthy foods and lifestyle choices, in a fun way

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

This placement will provide an opportunity to communicate with a variety of target audiences at key stage 1 and 2 as well as teaching staff and parents - it provides great scope to develop a programme of healthy eating in the local community

Extra Information

Ballytober Primary School is a friendly school ten minutes (by car) from Coleraine campus. We are keen to encourage pupils to understand why adopting a healthy lifestyle is so important

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