Food Council promoting Healthy Eating at Break times!
Promoting Healthy Eating at break times
At Woodlea we pride ourselves in being a healthy school. Our school council members have been very busy creating fantastic posters to encourage the children of our school to eat fruit and vegetables at break times and at lunch time. Each member from each class has spoken about the importance of eating five a day and explained how they are going to be spotting children eating healthily.At break time, food council members will be spotting children eating healthily and they will receive a raffle ticket and this will enter them into a prize draw at the end of the half term.
Make a difference this Christmas!
Dear Parents or Guardians,
Christmas is a fundamentally food-focused occasion, however with so many people going hungry and struggling to make ends meet in the UK, some celebrations may not be as merry as others. The food council members have proposed a fabulous suggestion to help those who are going hungry this festive season. They have decided to create some food parcels from each of the classes and then deliver these to the local food bank in Leyland. The more food received from each class, the bigger the parcel! Here’s what you can do to help. Before Tuesday 18th December 2018, please send into school any food donations – packaged or tinned only.
We would really value any contributions.
Thank you for your support.
Mrs Younis and Miss Bell
We are very fortunate at Woodlea Junior School to have a food council group. The food council members are always working very closely with the kitchen staff to ensure that the food prepared for the children is tasty, enjoyable and pleasing. The food council members for this year 2018-2019 are:
Max Nicholson (3G)
Hannah Stott (3P)
Andrea Yates (4T)
Elise Murphy (4R)
Maddie Leigh (5E)
Lois Kenny (5L)
Emily Wade (6C)
Jessica Marshall (6O)