Supermarket Visit Aims

 

Supermarket school visit

  • To enhance students interest in food and nutrition.
  • To introduce the relationship supermarkets have on food consumption and nutrition.
  • To develop knowledge of the costs associated with buying and preparing foods and the skills necessary to meet nutritional needs for themselves and others.
  • To further extend students learning and develop attitudes and values that encourages them to take responsibility for their own wellbeing and that of others.
  • To implement the theory gained in the classroom setting in the practical setting.


"The whole Food for Thought concept is important and essential for students to be aware of and more in control of what goes into their mouths...."

Random Quotes

"Firstly, thanks again for a great two lessons with the children. They were excellent.  They will be displayed as part of our wall display on "Food For Thought". The unit is generating lots of discussion and written follow up work.”

Barry Townrow, St Canice’s School, Westport.