Research Shows Healthy School Dinners Boost Results
Jamie Oliver's campaign for healthy school dinners has boosted pupils' test results in one London borough.
Children in Greenwich who took part in the Feed Me Better scheme, which saw primary schools ban junk food in favour of healthy school lunches, did better in English and science Sats tests than pupils in other boroughs, according to new research by Oxford and Essex Universities
They were also less likely to be off ill.
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