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“Diet, exercise and sleep have the potential to alter our brain health and mental function. We know that changes in diet are a viable strategy for enhancing cognitive abilities, protecting the brain from damage and counteracting the effects of ageing”

Our cafeteria diaries are based on research about the best nutrition for learning:

  • Eat foods low in refined carbohydrates
  • Avoid high sugar and high carbohydrates combination.
  • Eat carbohydrates with protein for a better nutrient balance to the brain
  • Drink pure and fresh water
  • Eat iron-rich foods like dark green vegetables, meat, beans and fish for improved attention, memory, perception and visual-motor coordination
  • Students on a diet of polyunsaturated fats learned 20% faster than those on a saturated fat diet. They also retained the information for longer

The leadership team monitors the quality of food served in the school on a daily basis to ensure the
quality is always high and that it meets nutritional guidelines