Schools case studies

See how others have created healthy change in their school.

In Victoria

   

Maryborough Education Centre

 

This Prep-Year 12 school's successful two-year canteen transformation shows that making healthy changes doesn’t have to happen overnight. 

 

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Clonard College

 

Clonard College is putting student wellbeing first, by piloting 'Fit2Thrive' a program that aims to improve outcomes via healthy eating.

 

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St Brendan's Catholic Primary School

 

St Brendan's Catholic Primary School is supporting healthy eating messages by involving students, staff and the wider community in a kitchen garden program.

 

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Bruthen Primary School

 

Bruthen Primary School has created calmer classrooms, focused students and reduced behavioural problems, by improving the foods and drinks that children consume at school.

 

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Red Cliffs Bakery

 

Red Cliffs Bakery near Mildura has reformulated four popular savoury pastries to create healthier AMBER products that local schools can order wholesale.

 

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Marlborough Primary School

 

When the Marlborough Primary School council chose to focus on student health and wellbeing, they thought "How could we not look at the canteen?".

 

See their steps to success in this video.

 

 

Buckley Park College

When Buckley Park College canteen engaged staff, students and parents to provide healthier food and increase canteen sales.

 

Learn more about how they did it in this short video.

 

 

In other states

   

Canobolas Rural Technology High School (NSW)

Blackheath Public School canteen has overcome challenges of finding and keeping volunteers, to provide a healthy and inviting fresh food menu, whilst remaining financially sustainable.

 

Watch the video here.

 

 

 

Blackheath Public School (NSW)

See how Blackheath Public School has overcome challenges to provide a healthy and inviting fresh food menu.

 

Watch the video here.

 

 

 

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