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Healthier snacks, drinks and meals at Castlemaine Football Netball Club Juniors
Monday 28 November 2022
Castlemaine Football Netball Club Juniors has joined the Vic Kids Eat Well movement and has been awarded for providing kids healthier snacks, drinks and meals.
Toorloo Arm Primary School kids are happy with healthy lunch orders
Thursday 8 September 2022
Toorloo Arm Primary School is in Lake Tyers Beach in Victoria’s Gippsland region. The school has 175 students and has embraced the new Vic Kids Eat Well movement with support from Gippsland Lakes Complete Health (GLCH).
Castlemaine Goldfields Footy Club kicking fruit & veg goals
Friday 29 July 2022
Castlemaine Goldfields Football Club, as part of the Vic Kids Eat Well, has recently been recognised for providing healthier food options to fuel happy, active kids.
Ballarat’s Mount Rowan Secondary College is on a canteen refresh journey
Monday 20 June 2022
Mount Rowan Secondary College is making positive changes to its canteen by offering more fruit, veggies and homecooked meals to students.
Mildura Specialist School leads the way with healthy food and drink options for students
Monday 23 May 2022
Mildura Specialist School is now part of Vic Kids Eat Well – a new healthy eating movement.
Rowville Primary School aims to instil healthy eating values early
Rowville Primary School is taking huge steps to make healthy eating a priority for its students by changing up its canteen menu and providing a kitchen garden.
Dandenong West Primary School makes healthy eating and wellbeing a top priority
Thursday 20 January 2022
Dandenong West Primary School has already made key changes to promoting healthy eating by engaging students and parents alike.
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