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Rockmount Primary School

All Can Achieve

Healthy School

Rockmount is a healthy school!

 

Welcome to our Healthy School's page. Here you will find a wealth of information on healthy living and how Rockmount  children are leading healthy lifestyles. 

 

News

Helen Carvall and Tracey Langridge attended a Food Flagship celebration at City Hall to celebrate our achievements over the last two years. A webpage has been set up which features two flagship films. There was also a presentation on the day which can be viewed below showing the impact of the Food Flagship work.

 

We have enjoyed planting in our Edible Playground. Reception planted lettuces and Zircon planted onion and chive seeds. We are looking forward to see what happens next!

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Food Flagship

Many of our parents attended our healthy food event this half term, where some of the school’s initiatives around the promotion of a healthy lifestyle were shared. Stalls included: curriculum information; healthy breakfasts; school lunches; healthy snack alternatives; information from Pabulum and lots more! Please find our school food policy at the top of this page.

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Healthy Schools - Going for Gold!

We are very proud to announce that we have achieved the Gold Award for Healthy Schools London. This is in recognition of the work we do to promote health and well being.  We have focused on increasing the school meal uptake and the quality of packed lunches. As part of this initiative, Pabulum are now providing a very healthy packed lunch option for children. (more information will follow in the new year) We will also be working closely with Wendy from Phunky Foods and we look forward to providing a range of workshops for parents and pupils. 

 

Shocking fact!

1 bag a day = 4 litres of oil  a year

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