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Eat Move Learn teaches 7–11-year-olds about healthy eating and being active in a fun way. There are tips on growing things you can eat, on what we need to stay healthy and on activities to get you moving. Find out how to cook healthy meals and snacks.Eat Well
A site packed with information on how to keep well through healthy eating.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.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.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.Food for Life
The Food for Life Partnership is a network of schools and communities across England committed to transforming food culture.Family Lives
Family Lives is a UK charity offering advice and support on all aspects of family life including parenting and bullying.A Balanced Diet
An excellent explanation of the names and sources of food types needed in a balanced diet and their different uses in the body.Teeth and Eating
A fantastic, interactive website all about teeth, their uses and structure, how you should look after them, the different types of teeth. You can build a mouth in a drag and drop activity. Great on an interactive whiteboard in full-screen mode.Cookit
A colourful, inviting site with all sorts of healthy recipes where you can send in your own if you want. Super ideas to go with a healthy food topic.