It’s your pick—each school sets the direction
Pick of the Crop empowers schools to choose locally agreed actions, based on five components.
The whole school environment supports learning through its food supply, gardens, events and fundraisers. This component supports schools to enhance supply of vegetables and fruit in tuckshops, to plan and create school gardens, as well as maximise opportunities through school events to increase vegetable and fruit consumption. It offers professional development opportunities for teachers to increase food and nutrition knowledge and is consistent with the Smart Choices Healthy Food and Drink Supply Strategy for Queensland Schools.Smart Choices - Healthy Food and Drink Supply Strategy for Queensland Schools
Last updated 17 September 2021
Looking after our health and wellbeing is always important, especially now with the COVID-19 pandemic. And while staying at home more often can make it challenging to be active and eat well, there’s still so much we can be doing. In fact, now could be the perfect time to try some fresh new ways to boost your daily dose of Healthy.