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Healthy Eating

A resource aimed to introduce children to healthy eating which is designed for use on interactive whiteboards.

Teachers, Pupils

Flash

5-7 year olds
Eat Well

A site packed with information on how to keep well through healthy eating.

Teachers, Parents

Not Flash

11-18 year olds
Healthy Schools

Healthy Schools offers support to schools to help their children and young people to grow healthily, safely and responsibly. The Healthy Schools toolkit builds on the underlying principles of the English National Healthy School Programme.

Teachers

Not Flash

3-18 year olds
A Healthy Lunchbox

Select items for a healthy lunchbox by dragging and dropping the various foods.

Pupils

Flash

5-11 year olds
Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut

Train Like an Astronaut is an international challenge for 8 to 12 year olds which focuses on health, science, fitness and nutrition.There are lots of free resources to help educators teach the principles of health and exercise, using a space context.

Teachers

Not Flash

8-12 year olds
Lunch Box Maker

Drag 5 items into your lunch box and find out just how healthy your lunch box is.

Pupils

Flash

7-11 year olds
Healthy Living

Information to help you become more healthy. Advice on the risks associated with alcohol, smoking, poor diet and lack of exercise and how you can have a healthier lifestyle.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Not Flash

14-16 year olds
Food

A website which gets the pupils to think about the importance of food, find out about the different food groups, follow a choice of recipes and then evaluate these. Suitable for use on interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils

Flash

3-7 year olds
The Tomato Zone

A colourful interactive site with information about how tomatoes are grown and details of their nutritional value. There are lots of activities and useful simulations, particularly of photosynthesis.

Teachers, Pupils

Flash

7-16 year olds
Malnutrition

Learn about malnutrition and some of the diseases caused by malnutrition.

Pupils

Flash

11-14 year olds
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