Here are some photos of when PhunkyFoods Halifax Community Support Worker, Helena, visited the Reception children at the Greetland Academy to talk about how much sugar there is in drinks that we buy from shops. The children ordered different drinks according to their sugar content and then they looked at how many cubes of sugar were in each. Finally they made a fruit smoothie and tasted it.
The Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme has been funding PhunkyFoods Community Support Workers in Halifax, West Yorkshire, for three years. Their key role is to train school staff to use the PhunkyFoods Programme and to support local schools in creating supportive learning environments for health.