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Munch & Move Case Studies

Munch & Move is more than just a training program. If your service is participating in Munch & Move you will be provided with ongoing support from your Local Health District (LHD) Munch & Move Support Officer. The type of support varies across each LHD, however all LHDs make contact with services after the Munch & Move training to provide additional resources and advice that helps services to implement and maintain the program.

Munch & Move Support Officers have been very impressed by the fantastic physical activity and healthy eating activities that are taking place in Munch & Move services across NSW. Some of these have been captured in the case studies below.

Girl holds up piece of fruit and smiles

Fit Kidz Learning Centre

Since the implementation of the program the service has seen an increase in requests for fruit and vegetables from the children.

Young girl smiles while eating healthy lunch

St Stephen's Pre-school Bellevue Hill

Children assemble models to encourage them to eat healthily in a fun learning environment

Early childhood educators pose together with classes

Strauss Road Children's Centre

Families are encouraged to participate in activities at home and at the service.

Boy pointing to vegetable-faced man on book

Wattle Glen Children's Centre

Communicates to families by circulating a Munch & Move bag containing resources and suggested activities for families.

Early childhood educator does shared reading with children

Kieraview Children's Centre

Group reading time activity can be extended to incorporate the Munch & Move key message of “Eat more fruit and vegetables”.

Celebrating 10 Years of Munch & Move

More than 3,400 centre-based services and family day care service providers are participating.

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