Schools and colleges
In addition to the support we offer parents with nutrition and meal ideas to ensure children grow fit, strong and bursting with health, we also design and run a number of programmes in different types of educational environments.
Many schools and colleges include healthy eating as part of their curriculum or pastoral care responsibilities. Here at Positive Nutrition we work with the organisers to design and run events to raise awareness of the value of choosing good food to boost brainpower, increase energy and fitness levels and strengthen the immune system.
Our events can include:
- Hands-on healthy cookery demonstrations
- Interactive classroom-based talks, appropriate for the age groups involved
- Healthy eating presentations to parents and / or teachers
If your school or college is looking for a new or different way to raise awareness of the value of choosing good foods to eat, and giving fun, interesting and practical advice to pupils or students, call us on 01 402 0777, or email email@example.com
St. Catherine’s National School, Dublin 8 – Food Week
Interactive talk on food and cooking session for every child, included:
- Classroom talks to
- introduce food types
- explain what our bodies need for good health,
- explain what’s in your food (hidden sugar, salt , fats etc)
- underline the importance of regular meals and a balanced diet
Age appropriate games & activities to support the talks, including tasting and naming games, create your favourite meals
Hands on cooking session, making healthy cookies, smoothies and dips
Help with clearing up and washing up too! Products of their labour and recipes to take home to share with the family
Rathmines College Fresher Week
Lunchtime talks on healthy eating, focusing on:
- The typical ‘pitfalls’ of a student diet and practical advice on how to eat better.
- How to make quick, easy meals out of fresh, affordable ingredients
- Food demonstrations and tasting – how to prepare quick, easy, nutritious and affordable food with minimal cooking equipment
St.Patrick’s College, Maynooth
A day’s event, working with new seminarians making the transition to community life.
- Included group exercises, tastings and practical information & recipes
- Focus on making the right food choices for fitness and energy, studying, dealing with stress and staying healthy.
References available on request.