8 ways to make school lunchtimes better
When we give Midday Supervisors an opportunity to have their say during our positive behavour training sessions they often tell us that lunchtimes are chaotic and children feel rushed so they throw most of their school lunch in the bin.
In secondary schools it seems to get even worse. Young people complain that the eating spaces are anti-social and the act of sharing food is a daily challenge to be negotiated rather than enjoyed.
This blog summarises our 8 ways to improve lunchtime provision, all of which have been adopted by some of the schools we work with so we know they are doable and effective.
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