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This week in the Primary School - Ms. Rosy Clark - 24/03/2017

24 March 2017

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This term the Primary Student Council have been working with Ms Tram on the very important topic of Healthy Eating. They have been busy carrying out research and preparing materials for their campaign which was launched in assembly last Friday.

The Student Council and BVIS teachers are very concerned that some of our children are overweight and many don’t eat balanced meals to stay healthy.

So this week F3 – Y3 children have been awarded a token for eating all the food in their lunchtime tray which is prepared for them as a balanced meal.




Y4 – Y6 children have received a token for choosing a balanced tray of food: one half should be vegetables and fruit, one quarter should be carbohydrate and one quarter should be protein. Any child choosing an extra portion of fruit / vegetables was awarded an additional token. At the end of lunchtime, all tokens were exchanged for buttons which the children enjoyed posting in their house boxes.



Congratulations to Tuan Minh in F3B who was the first child in the school to earn a button to post in his house box!


Thank you to our student councillors and their volunteers who are working very hard at lunchtimes to run their campaign.