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Campaigning for Free Fruit in schools

Monday, June 13, 2005

A few weeks ago Sheffield Heeley MP Meg was contacted by three members of Woodseats School’s School council: Olivia Rawson-McCarthy, Emily Miremadi and Eden Fearn. The school councilors wanted to know why children in key stage 1 get free fruit but children in key stage 2 don't. They argued that as it is good for health it makes sense to give it to all children in primary schools. Meg wrote to the Government Health Minister and sent a copy of his reply to the school. He said that the free fruit scheme was new and that they wanted to try it out. It has been a success and the Government will be considering whether to extend it.

 

On her visit to the school council, Meg discussed with the children what they could do to campaign to get free fruit. The children will now decide what they want to do. Possibilities include getting people to sign a petition, and talking to the local Primary Care Trust and Council. The school council will keep Meg in touch with their campaign and she will help their efforts.

 

Pictured with Meg are members of the school council.


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