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Home-made ‘½ pounder’ turkey burger with crunchy curly fries and equally crunchy salad.

Is this a healthy plate? A balanced diet is important because your organs and tissues need proper nutrition to work effectively. Without good nutrition, your body is more prone to disease, infection, fatigue, and poor performance. Children with a poor diet run the risk of growth and developmental problems and poor academic performance.

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Black pepper oven-baked mackerel and mixed-pepper salad.

base meals on starchy foods like potatoes, bread, rice or pasta. have some dairy or dairy alternatives (such as soya drinks) eat some beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other protein. choose unsaturated oils and spreads and eat in small amounts.

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Mash potatoes, broccoli and homemade chicken pie.

balanced diet definition. A diet that contains the proper proportions of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water necessary to maintain good health.

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Is this a healthy meal?

Chicken broth soup noodles, poached eggs, tomatoes and spring onions. The crucial part of healthy eating is a balanced diet. A balanced diet – or a good diet – means consuming from all the different good groups in the right quantities. Nutritionists say there are five main food groups – whole grains, fruit and vegetables, protein, diary, and fat & sugar.

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Fish and chips (and salad).

Recommended daily intake for children: Children should eat meat or chicken three to four times a week and two or more portions of fish each week, one of whichshould be an oily variety like tuna, sardines or salmon. Protein foods like cheese or eggs are a good source for breakfast.

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Is this a healthy plate?

Mash potatoes, turkey mince, and your entire 5-a-day: carrots, onions, garlic, tomatoes and green pepper. There are seven building blocks for a healthy diet, including carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals and fibre. Add water to the mix and you’re shaping up nicely! We take energy from food in the form of kilojoules.

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Which one of these is the healthiest plate?

Which one of these is the healthiest plate? Sweet chilli, lamb kebab, barbecue chicken and ribs on a bed of white rice. Stir fried noodles with barbeque pork, cabbage, carrots, and coriander. Boiled potatoes, a chicken wing and fried eggs.

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Year 5 are thinking about…

Where they get information and how opinions are formed. How believing in false information can hurt us and others. What we can do to treat others fairly.

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In R.E, Year 5 children are thinking about the difference between humans and animals.

The essential difference between animals and humans is the ability to self-reflect. A chimpanzee, our closest genetic relative (around 99% similar in DNA), can be taught to do basically everything a human can, though of course at a more generally primitive level. No chimp can self-reflect, that is, take that mental and spiritual leap of […]

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Healthy Schools Award – Gold
Healthy Schools London school's celebration event. City Hall, London with Mrs L Buckle Yr 2 second from the right. Thank you Mrs Buckle for all your fantastic work getting the school up to the Gold Standard.
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