Healthy Eating in Schools

Several local schools have introduced, thanks to second bite Australia, student breakfast clubs

Baimbridge College have installed a water fountain in the schools most popular hang-out spot, the canteen. The canteen is also undergoing a menu review. 

Dunkeld Consolidated School is reviewing the school canteen policy in aim of decreasing the amount of red and orange category foods.

Outside School Hours Club has introduced healthy cooking classes and afternoon teas for for the children in their afterschool care program.

Branxholme Wallacedale Community School have stopped selling Icey poles.

Hamilton North Primary School have changed their lunch order menu in collaboration with Pitstop Café Hamilton.

Tarrington Lutheran School have improved the food choices at school events. 

Balmoral Community College have adopted a Lunchbox Blitz program and introduced Fresh Fruit Fridays 

South West TAFE Hamilton are undergoing a catering review, led by their VCAL student cohort 

St Mary's Primary School students participated in a 'Shake Off Sugar' Challenge, giving up sugary drinks for a month!

Six Southern Grampians primary schools have implemented kitchen garden programs into their curriculum's