Friday 22nd January 2016
Following on from the overwhelming supportive response from parents to ban sweets, cakes and biscuits from school snack time, the children met in their family groups.
All of the family groups agreed to support the initiative and not bring foods high in sugar content into school.  The children, as part of a launch in school, produced work to feature in school displays.
They received a booklet from ‘Change 4 Life’ helping to identify changes that could be made with regards to food choices. Everyone was also given a pack from ‘Colgate’ with a toothbrush, toothpaste and a brushing chart. Rewards and further prizes will be given to anyone who completes and returns their brushing chart to school.
Well done to everyone for expressing their commitment to our ‘Whole School New Year’s Resolution’ to adopt a lower sugar lifestyle in 2016.
Mr Reader

If you would like to learn more about healthy teeth, visit these websites:

Making brushing fun with your favourite friends: Minions, Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob Squarepants… Kids Corner and Parents Place – click her to go to Colgate Kids.

Healthy Teeth, Healthy Me…Caring for young children’s teeth is an important part of keeping their bodies healthy—and it’s never too early to get started! Strong first or baby teeth set the stage for strong permanent teeth, and help children play, learn, and grow. These tips and tools were designed to help you and your child care for her teeth together.  Click here to visit Sesame Street.

Whether it’s you child’s first tooth, or their first visit to the dentist, a child’s early experiences of oral health care can impact on the rest of their life… click her to visit Dental Buddy.

Healthy Teeth is an America oral education database built upon the science of oral health and designed for elementary grades 3 – 6. It features animated graphics, easy-to-understand text, simple classroom experiments and much more. Click here to visit Healthy Teeth.



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