Jo Parry, presenter and deputy head...
- Education Professionals
This programme explores how healthier, tastier food is making a big impact at secondary schools across the country.
At St Aidan's High School in Harrogate, the staff dietitian has come in to measure body fat and talk with pupils about how to eat right.
At Warley High in the West Midlands, the school's dance team get the lowdown on the best foods for an active life from a visiting nutritionist.
Olympic heptathlete Kelly Sotherton pops in to Shelfield Sports College in Walsall to tell pupils the right recipe for success if you want to be a sporting star.
Schools are bringing in a whole new approach to food. A healthy range of food will aim to suit all tastes and provide children with the energy they need for a fit and active life.
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Part of the series: Eat Better, Do Better