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Developing a holistic view of health in schools

We all know that eating more healthily helps children and young people to feel more alert, concentrate better and enjoy self-esteem and emotional wellbeing – and that learning to cook, being active and able to express emotions are an essential part in long term healthy lifestyles, but what about the wider impact of these choices on parents, families, teachers and the wider school community?

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