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  • Healthy Eating Poem Competition
    Healthy Eating Poem Competition

    North Yorkshire Catering is excited to announce our Healthy Eating Poem Competition! We want your pupils to get creative and write a poem about healthy eating.

    Brief

    We want pupils to set their creative minds free, and write a poem about healthy eating – you can be as adventurous with this task as you like (even a few drawings and handwritten would be lovely)! We hope this will be a great challenge to dig into whilst being at home, and maybe even inspire you to choose a healthy snack whilst writing your poem!

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