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Healthy Choices in Early Learning

Healthy Snacks and Lunches at School

  • To promote active learning and healthy development, the students are requested to bring in slices of fruit and vegetables for snack everyday.
  • Students have lunch in their classroom. Children have access to water at all times.
  • We recommend sending in a healthy lunch from home which includes a piece of fruit, a sandwich or a rice dish. Please ensure that we limit waste by sending in apporpriate portion sizes with your child. Another option for parents is to  purchase school lunches.
  • Please do not send in canned drinks, sugary snacks, crisps or cakes for lunch as students will not be allowed to eat/drink them at school.

 

Birthdays

  • Birthdays are a significant milestone in any child’s life especially at this early stage. To ensure that they feel special, we will sing songs for them, make a hat and a card and generally make a big fuss of them.
  • We love celebrating birthdays and welcome parents to join us in the class. We encourage parents to bring in a small cupcake for every student in the class with no frosting or anything fancy on it. Other option could be a small cake with limited decorations or frosting. 
  • If the parents prefer not to bring any cakes, we would love to bake cookies or cakes with the class and make a special treat for the birthday child. Parents can opt to provide the ingredients and this could be a learning experience that the class can participate in. Please talk to your class teacher for more information about this.