What's this for?
This assembly PowerPoint presentation is a quick way to help pupils find out what's in their food and encourage them to make healthier swaps so they eat less sugar, saturated fat and salt.
After the assembly, pupils will be able to:
The Be Food Smart assembly film is a quick, easy way to deliver an important healthy eating message to pupils.
The PowerPoint presentation links to a Be Food Smart assembly film, featuring two children acting as investigative reporters to find out how they can eat a healthier breakfast. The assembly can stand alone, or be used before delivering a lesson using the Be Food Smart: KS1 toolkit or the Be Food Smart: KS2 toolkit.
"The assembly is very appealing. It's interactive and engaging, and provides you will the information you need."
Aimee Steedman, KS1 teacher
Supports the PSHE, and science curricula
Prepare two measured amounts of sugar to show pupils or to pass around.
Show the maximum daily sugar amount for a child aged 7 to 10 (6 cubes, or 24 grams), a child aged 4 to 6 (5 cubes, or 19 grams), and how much children consume in practice (13 cubes, or 52 grams)