Healthy students are better learners. Research shows that eating habits and healthy  behaviours  are connected to academic achievement. Student participation and discipline in the meal time at school is associated with better grades and standardized test scores, reduced absences, and improved memory. The school hosts a well-organized meal time while making provision to cater to students within the premises keeping up with their nutrition requirements. Nutrition  education is also a part of a well-rounded health education curriculum and it also conducted in an integrated manner. For example, students can count with pictures of fruits and vegetables, learn fractions by measuring ingredients for a recipe, grow vegetables at school and learn about cultural food traditions

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