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Food for Learning: Impact of the WA Healthy Food for All program in low SES schools

For some children, success at school is a difficult undertaking because of the disadvantaged circumstances and situations in which they find themselves. To support school age children from disadvantaged backgrounds, Foodbank WA has developed Healthy Food for All (HFFA) ‐ a comprehensive, state wide school and community based initiative comprising school breakfasts, nutrition education, and physical activity programs. This study will investigate the potential of HFFA to positively impact the school experience of students and generate positive attitudes to school and health. Research findings will inform the design of effective programs that target students from disadvantaged backgrounds.


Researchers

Dr Matt Byrne
Mr Graeme Gower
Dr Karen Anderson

Advisory panel

Professor Gary Partington
Professor Donna Cross
Associate Professor Juli Coffi

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