Mr Crooks has been teaching a wellbeing unit at Bilton Grange and this week broached the subject of a healthy plate. Instead of sitting the children in a classroom and making them learn all about a healthy plate, he took them outside and made the children design their own healthy plates with our equipment.

In the picture above:

  • Yellow Cones: Plate
  • Red Cones: Fats
  • Blue Cones: Protein
  • Green Bibs: Fruit & Veg (vitamins, minerals & fibre)
  • Orange Bibs: Carbohydrates
  • Blue Bibs: Dairy

The more bibs/cones there are on a plate suggests more of that food type on the plate.


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Sporting Influence Activity Camps are a fun and safe environment for your children to learn and develop social skills during the school holidays. Our Camps are always inclusive and we love having a wide range of children from different backgrounds and children who enjoy a range of sports and activities.

Sporting Influence After School Clubs are a fun and exciting hour of games, sports and activities to engage children in disguised learning and exercise. Playing a wide range of games and sports (club dependant) the children will work on specific skills all underpinned by our five social skills.