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Activity for Older Children Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Move More > Activity for Older Children

whenever it is possible – to school, to the shops, or to a friend’s houses. You could use money saved. Don’t forget after school activity clubs and sports activities might be available for your child too. 5-16 in Norfolk. If your child is 4 years old but they are in school, they can take part. It helps. place during the Easter holidays. Children who are eligible for means-tested free school meals can

Outdoor Activities Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Move More > Outdoor Activities

an extra effort to walk to the park, shops, or school. Make sure children are not in buggies, car. child is 4 years old but they are in school, they can take part. It helps your child move lots, eat. the Easter holidays. Children who are eligible for means-tested free school meals can claim free spaces

Screen Time Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Move More > Screen Time

wait until their child is about to start secondary school. You might want to consider: Does my child

Indoor Activities Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Move More > Indoor Activities

and tweezers! Find more on our family cooking pages. Younger Children School Age Children Learn new.. The Scouts have instructions on how to play.  School Age Children Older Children and Teens  Here

Family Cooking Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Eat Better > Family Cooking

during the week. School will provide nutritious meals but here are a few ideas for lunches at home

Lunch Boxes Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Eat Better > Lunch Boxes

a drink, to defrost over the morning, to help keep the lunch box cool at school.   Food Safety Free School Meals  All children in Year Reception, 1 and 2 will receive free school meals.  From Year 3, children whose parents or carers get one or more of the following may also be able claim free school. To apply for free school meals you will need to fill out a form, this will be available at your child's school.  For support you can contact the Free School Meals Team on 01603 222518, via Norfolk

Food Poverty Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Eat Better > Food Poverty

arrive to see if they can help with this. What is in a Food Parcel? School holidays can be a worry. that support families during the holidays. Food and Fun in the School Holidays (FISH) is a service run by some foodbanks. It is for all children who get free school meals during term time. The scheme feeds and entertains children for free during school holidays. For more information you can email. in School Holidays (FISH) Community fridges are places in the local community that spare or leftover food

Fussy Eaters Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Eat Better > Fussy Eaters

years setting, school, your GP or call Just One Number to talk to a health professional if: You

Visiting the Dentist Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Teeth and Toothbrushing > Visiting the Dentist

from school or work. Healthy Teeth Habits Dental Check by One The 'Dental Check by One' campaign

Understanding Your Child's Behaviour Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Understanding Your Child's Behaviour

. You can call Just One Number to speak to a health professional or speak to your child's school. to your child's preschool setting or school, they will be happy to talk to you about how best