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Food Revolution Day

27 May 2016

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unior School learned about the importance of healthy, balanced and sustainable eating habits as part of Food Revolution Day on Friday 27 May, 2016. 
 
With the help of parent volunteers, students joined the 'food revolution', creating healthy sandwiches for lunch. 
 
Jamie Oliver’s worldwide initiative aims to empower young people to make better food choices, understand the importance of access to good food, minimise food wastage and ultimately, cook and prepare nutritious food. 

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