Thursday, July 9, 2009

Pupils' work improves after a healthy lunch



New research from the UK suggests that improving students' lunch experience can improve their behavior and classroom concentration by almost 20% in the afternoon.

A School Food Trust (SFT) study found that improving food and dining facilities had a positive effect on pupils' behavior and meant they were better at working on their own. This study was conducted in secondary schools across England and included a control group.

The study said: "These findings have important implications for classroom teaching in secondary schools.

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