Students drawing

You may wonder why a fruit break already occuring at the school should be changed to Crunch&Sip®.Gundagai South Public School (PDF 281KB) provides a good example of how a school decided to change their fruit break to Crunch&Sip®.

Bossley Park Public School (PDF 661KB) describes how their school's Live Life Well @ School Committee helped drive and promote Crunch&Sip® initiatives across the school.

The successful implementation of  Crunch&Sip® at Coffs Harbour Public School (PDF 499KB) was made possible because the program was supported by and involved the whole school community including students, teachers and parents.​​​

Current as at: Thursday 17 October 2019
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