If you are a teacher, we think you’ll find the Classroom Learning action area useful because it provides plenty of information to deliver nutrition education to your students. When they learn about good nutrition from an early age, it makes a lasting contribution to good health throughout life.
See how Fadden Primary School use the Food&ME teaching resources.
The Classroom Learning
- TQI accredited professional development for preschool and kindergarten - year 6 educators
- Curriculum-linked teaching resources
- Student classoom or home learning activities
- Performances from Fresh Tastes partners based on the concepts in Food&ME to reinforce student learning
Kids who eat well are more likely to be engaged in their learning, achieve success and attend school.
- Helps students understand the importance of good nutrition, and develop positive attitudes towards healthy food and drinks, and healthy lifestyle behaviours
- Supports schools to implement their relevant School Food and Drink Policy
- Resources are mapped to The Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education
- Food&ME™ professional learning is accredited by the ACT Teacher Quality Institute (TQI)
Your Fresh Tastes school can access support, resources and discounts provided by our partners. You’ll find more information in the Fresh Tastes Action Planning Guides provided to participating schools. If your school isn’t yet involved in Fresh Tastes, contact us today. We’ve put together some success stories about how some of our Fresh Tastes schools have approached this action area and achieved great results!
Food&ME is a nutrition-focused education resource that helps schools to deliver the Classroom Learning action area of Fresh Tastes – it’s practical, convenient and ready for the classroom.
This resource uses a series of evidence-based nutrition education units linked to parts of the Australian Curriculum, and it aligns with the Australian Dietary Guidelines (2013). The units have been developed by Nutrition Australia ACT in consultation with teachers from ACT schools and ACT Health.
More nutrition education activities
On this page you’ll find classroom ideas and links to useful websites and resources offering nutrition education activities.