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  1. 1. I played about with colour for the background and thought a plain with a little colour was best. - Good Idea!! Looks clear and nicely presented What is the Eatwell Plate? I wanted the video to play in screen but to no avail! any suggestions? ????!!!! I looked into video and it looks too difficult to learn how to do it in the time scale that we have. We need to take out the text that says made by BNF (the EatWell Plate is copyrighted to the Food Standards Agency) Can we just have the link on the second page instead? Just had a quick look, its coming together!! As you will see Jo has made comments so if we adhere to them should be ok. I loved this image of old BOGH plate, is there too much text? - Yes A little The Eat well plate is a great way to explain healthier eating, I think the stuff about the BOGH is probably not relevant - but we could put especially to children and young people. It is clear, simple and the link in here with some text saying click heer for a good explanation of can be used with anyone, of any age from any background. the EatWell plate could we say - the Eatwell plate is a great way to explain to healthier eating, especially to children and young people. It is clear, simple and can be used with anyone, of any age from any background. The eat well plate helps you get the balance right. It shows how much of what you eat should come from each food group. Click to watch The Eatwell Plate video. I liked the facts, so I thought 'Did you know facts' might be good. On the Eatwell Plate there are 5 different food groups The Eatwell Plate consists of 1. Bread Cereals Potatoes Rice and other starchy foods 2. Fruit and vegetables 5 different food groups. 3. Milk and dairy foods 4. Meat, Fish, Eggs and other non dairy sources of protein, 5. Food and drinks that are high in fat and/or sugar 1. Bread Cereals Potatoes Rice and other I love the facts - but might be better to move these to the page that has the starchy foods. F&V on it. what do you think? Jo, what does F&V mean? 2. Fruit and vegetables. Changed the colour od No1 as not good on the eyes, hope you agree. :-) Thats fine wendy just choose yellow because it went with the slice of plate 3. Milk and dairy foods. it corresponds with. Shame the darker grey not at the top, still looks good though. 4. Meat, Fish, Eggs and other non dairy sources of protein. 5. Food and drinks that are high in fat and/or sugar.
  2. 2. Do we keep the explanations in, as the video explains them but then I felt What do visual was good as well, what do you think? I like the image but it has items from other food groups in it!! Not sure if these they're beans or nuts but they don't go in this food group. I know it's picky 5 food but nutritionists will be on this in a second!! The text needs to say Bread, Cereals, potatoes etc rather than carbs. groups (can't remember the exact order this goes in but will check and get back to you! consist of? so bread cereals etc... provide us with energy and contain many important vitamins and minerals. Wholemeal versions are good sources of fibre and help to provide energy over a sustained period 1. Bread, rice, potatoes, pasta provide Changed to this like Jo wished. us with energy and ok I was not sure what she meant contain many important We need to eat LOTS of this group - done. vitamins and We can find a fact about how little fibre we eat!! minerals. Wholemeal NEXT SLIDE SHOULD BE FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Yes I noticed it was versions are good missing. Wendy do you want to add it because you know where you got sources of fibre and help your info for the other slides? to provide energy over a Completed. We need to eat LOTS of this group sustained period. All ready for the images. Wendy I got up to here. Just off to church. Be Fruit and Vegetables back soon. Lynn x Hi Lynn, hope you dont mind but not sure of the layout ... cant pin point it We should all but to me, just does not look right.. be eating more fruit and vegetables. But most of us aren’t eating enough. We should be eating at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day. You can choose from fresh, frozen, tinned, dried or juiced. But remember potatoes do not count. We need to eat LOTS of this group As this presentation is for adults felt real images were more appropriate. 3. Milk & Dairy Foods Yes good idea - but eggs and butter are not part of this group!! contains calcium Milk and dairy foods contain calcium which is needed to keep teeth and which is needed bones strong and healthy. It is really important that children get enough to keep teeth and calcium when they are growing up in order for their bones to develop bones strong and properly. We need to eat a little of this group healthy. It is really important that Again entered text above, not sure about some of the images ... maybe this children get enough is just me I don't like skeletons!! Ha! dem bones, dem bones, dem dry calcium when they bones. are growing up in Ha! Mmmm I like not looking at it ... but it did look better with it ... up to order for their bones you. to develop properly. Ahhh! he's back ... does look better :-) We need to eat a LITTLE of this group
  3. 3. I need to change this image I think ... looks a little bland. 4. Protein Yeah! and lots of people don't like fish!! Meat fish, eggs and other non dairy sources of protein. Meat fish, eggs and other non dairy sources of this group is essential for our growth and development. Vegetarian protein. This group is essential for our growth and alternatives are included in this group, for example, tofu, nuts and development. Vegetarian alternatives are included in this lentils. Oily fish is a great source of essential fatty acids such as omega -3 group, for example, tofu, nuts and lentils. Oily fish is a We need to eat A LITTLE of this group great source of essential fatty acids such as omega 3. Again should we put what Jo has entered above Lynn? Sure I was busy looking for images. We need to eat a LITTLE of this group I liked this image, maybe add some nuts/oils? However, it is important that we limit the I like it too - it looks delicious!! but the food group is amount we eat. An healthier option could be to Food and drinks that are high in fat and/or sugar select from unsaturated fat types such as oily the text should read - fish, nuts and vegetable oils. This is the group that we need to EAT ONLY OCCASIONALLY It includes foods such as cakes and biscuits, crisps, oils and butter. Eating Fats are too much of this group can lead to high intakes of fat and sugar which can important lead to excess weight gain. because they Changed the image in the slide what do you two think? help the I need to Skype you body to absorb vitamins. We need to eat OCCASIONALLY from this group Maybe we could add the other facts as I do like the Did you know bits. Yes this is nice! Jo, can you get us some more interesting facts for us to add to more No food is completely healthy or slides? I would like to add where the info comes from eg: quot;BNF 2008quot; completely unhealthy, but there are some foods that we should try to eat more of and others that we should only eat occasionaly. Healthy eating The 'Eatwell Plate' is about can assist us getting a to get this balance of message over. different foods. Did you know? The recommended daily requirements of 5 glasses of water is only drunk by 2 out of 5 children.
  4. 4. ooh - that's the adult recommended salt intake- in fact it's much less for children depending on age Let's make our children aware! How about a myth buster here - By using the eatwell plate, we can promote healthy eating It's fairly common for people to assume that eggs go in the dairy section for throughout a whole school approach. example, or that potatoes go in the fruit and veg section - probably because that's where they are int he supermarket. People also assume that butter will go in the dairy section because it's made of milk - but actually, it's only the fat part of the milk - so all fat!! Did you know? The recommended daily requirements of salt are 3 grams and children's average is 15 grams. Add/remove some? We can promote by: Should we stick with this one Lynn instead of the two? I have changed the EATWELL font to 26 so stands out more, what do you think? Establishing a healthy Snack Club Activity days with food Incase you did not get it down, P - promote parents & governors inclusion Target planners L - learn from others(role models) A - act through newsletters We promote with displays T - teach as we mean to go on? Encourage Sow and Grow Groups E - up to you ... I've lost it now. Ha Ha! Link up with role models Lunch time taster plates Provide quot;Did you Knowquot; facts about healthy lunches in the dining hall Did you know? The recommended daily requirements of sugar are 20 grams and children's average is 80 grams. Add/remove some? Should we stick with this one Lynn instead of the two? I have changed the EATWELL font to 26 so stands out more, what do you think? We can promote by: Incase you did not get it down, P - promote parents & governors inclusion Print school newsletters. L - learn from others(role models) A - act through newsletters Listen to childrens' own ideas. T - teach as we mean to go on? Approach Parents and Governors. E - up to you ... I've lost it now. Ha Ha! Take part in curriculum activities. Encourage whole of school Ok thats good too! involvement. Did you know? The recommended daily requirements of sugar are 20 grams and children's average is 80 grams.
  5. 5. This is to give Teachers (when finished) an example of what they could do. YEp The Eatwell Plate Yep Eight tips for eating well could be? Let's not use the word government here! people tend to switch off with this words - Done. Eating more healthily is pretty easy really if we try to follow these simple 1. Base your meals on bread, potatoes or  tips Base your meals on the bread potatoes rice food group - we need to keep     rice food group. using the same words over and over 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Eat lots of different kinds of fruit and vegetables Love it! she is soo cute! 2.Eat lots of fruit and vegetables
  6. 6. including oily fish such as mackerel, sardines, salmon and tuna 3. Eat more fish 4. Cut down on saturated fat and sugar Let me check this!! 5. Try to eat less salt – no more than 6g a day
  7. 7. 6. Get active and try to be a healthy weight 7. Drink plenty of water I'd make this the last slide really - it's a nice finish!! Okay. 8. Don’t skip breakfast Active Kids get Cooking
  8. 8. We can leave this till later - when we come on to more of a how to guide Ways to promote healthy foods in the canteen Need to leave this for later. Only take up incentives or sponsorships by companies offering healthy food choices. Only display advertising materials from companies if they depict healthy food choices. Ask students to design colourful posters of healthy foods to display in the canteen. Present healthy foods attractively and at eye level at the front of the canteen. Advertise and promote healthy food items and healthy ‘meal deals’ in the school newsletter. Quite like this one. I did this in a couple of hours last night so obviously it will need A healthy child is a happy child. adjusting. Just thought it gave us a start and some ideas. Not sure if Jo wants these last 2 slides on Lynn as way I read it, happy to end after the PP last slide, what do you think? That fine for me :-) But I like this one ... just seems apt! A happy child is a healthy school These are cool ... but what we doing with them? Don't know, I added them to these slides and then I copied them to the earlier slides. We can deleted them later if we dont use them again. You are funny!! Leave them for now Lynn may use again.
  9. 9. Add/remove some? We can promote by; We need to think where we are putting 'Did you know' facts, if you want to healthy snack club keep them or not Jo. lunch time curriculum activities Do we keep this as well as the next slide ... or merge.... activity days target planners displays in school sow and grow school newsletters role models governors visits Provide quot;Did you Knowquot; facts about healthy lunches in the a cafeteria Did you know? The recommended daily requirements of sugar are 20 grams and children's average is 80 grams. I liked this image, maybe add some nuts/oils? 5. Fats I like it too - it looks delicious!! but the food group is Food and drinks that are high in fat and/or sugar This is the group that the text should read - we need to eat only This is the group that we need to EAT ONLY OCCASIONALLY occasionally. It includes foods such as cakes and biscuits, crisps, oils and butter. Eating too much of this group can lead to high intakes of fat and sugar which can lead to excess weight gain. It includes foods such as If you are still searching for images Lynn, fancy looking for one to go in cakes, biscuits, here? Cakes biscuits etc as above. Shall I plot on with the text. crisps, oils and butter. Eating too I have tried Skyping you but says you are offline, will try again in a mo. much of this group can lead to high intakes of fat and sugar which can lead to excess weight gain. We need to eat OCCASIONALLY of this group
  10. 10. Not sure this one either. Display and promote! Did you know? The recommended daily requirements of fibre is one third and childrens average is one eighth. Its missing something I feel we need to put different materials & formats in Cross Curriculum Links but limited if a PDF!!! Science at KS3 - Unit 8A - Food & Digestion Food a fact of life- provides a progressive approach to teaching about healthy eating, cooking, food and farming from 3 to 16 years. 5 a day - National Health Service

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