We are working with Cool Australia to create FREE teaching resources aligned with the Australian Curriculum.

These lessons raise awareness about added sugar, nutrition, and how our food systems and environments impact on health.

Explore our first release of lessons below and at our Cool Australia landing page. There’s more to come so sign up to our mailing list for updates on future releases.



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