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Fruit at forefront of Ambrose State School's new initiative

Year 2/3 Ambrose State School students Jacob Creed, 7, Julia Adams, 7, and Tomas Long, 8, enjoying their fruit break.
Year 2/3 Ambrose State School students Jacob Creed, 7, Julia Adams, 7, and Tomas Long, 8, enjoying their fruit break. Luka Kauzlaric

AMBROSE State School is putting the crunch on unhealthy snacks.

The school's pupils bring their own fruit to eat each morning under the new program.

Watch the video to hear teacher's aide Kelly Chadburn discuss the initiative.

Topics:  ambrose, education, fruit




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