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Pupils aged 5-11
Most children are still failing to eat five pieces of fruit and vegetables a day, though their levels of physical activity do meet current government guidelines
Smoke Rings (from Tacade) is an interesting, interactive and fun way for children (aged 9+) to learn about smoking issues.'
Angela Balding>OFSTED Self-Evaluation Form - SHEU survey results used for SEF. An Assistant Headteacher says, 'We are keen to re-do the Health-Related Behaviour Questionnaire with our Year 2s and 6s The results were so useful for our SEF.'
New Govt. funding to provide exciting safe places for all young people to go to and where young people can take part in a wide range of positive activities such as sport, dance and music
Which types of classroom-based interventions improved the educational achievement of pupils identified as gifted and talented?
In the U.S. - Children and adults living with adult smokers appear less likely to have daily access to enough healthy food
The online game [Dead link at mypyramid.gov]
see http://www.choosemyplate.gov/ 
Sex and relationships education for 6-7 year olds - from the fpa
Parenting practices and support for parents in Scotland
Does eating a good US school lunch make pupils smarter?
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